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Louisville, Kentucky (LEED Certified Silver)
The office is a two-story building containing 17,420 rentable square feet designed to mimic the window fenestration and rhythm of the nearby US Federal Courthouse. The scale of the projects is different; however, the materials, color and texture are iterated in the design.
The site is located in the downtown core. Developer, architect and city staff created a design solution that allows Department of Homeland Security to provide its critical security setback and standoff. The design solution consists of a street wall/colonnade fronting the 7th Street entrance. The features of the building represent design solutions for federal agency tenants. The building is required to comply with blast requirements and utilizes a modular metal frame storefront and window system. The facility includes sally port, detention, hearing room, general office and special purpose space.
♦ Site Acquisition, Financing, Design, Project Management, Construction Management, Property Management
♦ Two Story Class “A” Facility
♦ 17,420 Rentable Square Feet
♦ 57 Surface Parking Spaces
♦ Precast Concrete Panels
♦ LEED Silver Certified Building
♦ Completed May 2011