Due to an oversight, the architectural projects of Esterly, Schneider & Associates Inc. AIA were omitted from last week's special focus on Architects & Engineers. They appear below.
Burger King Play Area Addition. This project, an addition to the Burger King Restaurant at Battlefield and Campbell, houses a new dining area, as well as a large recreational equipment area for kids. This also creates exterior dining areas between the new and existing buildings. In addition, the interior dining areas are being refurbished. Owned by the Swisshelm Group, this project is slated for completion this month. Craig Schneider, AIA, and Mark Chaloupecky are the architects on the project, and MECO Systems Inc. is the contractor.
Bond Clinic. Located in Rolla, this project, for Drs. Cathy and Joe Bond and Drs. Mary and Ed Bruns, is a new, 24,000-square-foot medical clinic. Constructed of brick and large bands of glass, the clinic offers a view of Blue's Lake. The structure will have two levels, an elevator and separate waiting areas on each level. Five "pods" for the physicians, for a total of 40 examination rooms, have been designed into the structure. Ancillary spaces surround the "pods" for maximum efficiency for the doctors. The design provides for both primary and specialty care practices. An oncology area will provide for the needs of patients and their families. Support spaces will complement the design and provide staff with optimum resources. Craig Schneider, AIA, and Melissa Higbie are the architects on the project, slated for completion in January 1999, and Hogan Construction Inc. is the contractor.
Ozark Bank Branch Facility. Located on Highway 14 in Ozark, this project is the expansion of an existing branch office to accommodate increased business. The expansion provides new offices and conference space. Additional renovations include a new teller line and new, stainless steel fascia banding around the entire facade. Craig Schneider, AIA, and Thomas Lundberg are the project architects, and MECO Systems Inc. is the contractor. Owned by Ozark Bank, the project is slated for completion this month.
Gibbs Care Center. Located in Steelville, the Gibbs residential care and skilled nursing facility is undergoing many renovations. The dining room, sitting rooms and other public areas are being renovated and redecorated. There will be new carpet, wall coverings and windows for the residential care portion of the facility. Exterior renovations are under way as well, including new sidewalks, railings, exterior lighting and facility signage. There will also be new additions. The residential care facility will add 2,100 square feet for six new bedrooms. The skilled nursing facility will have a new 4,500-square-foot wing addition. The new wing will provide a 10-bed expansion, large sitting area with fireplace and all the required support functions. Owned by Steelville Community Services, the contract has yet to be awarded for this project. Craig Schneider, AIA, and Mark Chaloupecky are the architects on the project.
South Side Senior Citizens Center. In response to the growing number of people coming to the Southwest Missouri Office on Aging's Senior Center for dining and recreation, the Office on Aging is adding to its existing building in Ray Kelly Park. The additional space will create more dining areas and will expand the facility's recreational space by adding more room for billiards tables. Craig Schneider, AIA, and Thomas Lundberg are the architects on the project. The contractor has yet to be chosen.
Forest City Medical Clinic. Located in St. James, this project, for the Phelps County Regional Medical Center is a new, 9,400-square-foot medical clinic. It will house four doctors and 16 examination rooms, four of which are set up for special procedures. The central core of the building serves the two nurse's stations and connecting laboratory. The exterior of the building will set the image for the medical center with dark red brick accented by banding of tan soldier coursing. The clinic will have two canopies, one serving the main entrance and the other serving the urgent care ambulance entrance.
Craig Schneider, AIA, and Melissa Higbie are the architects on the project, and Hogan Construction Inc. is the contractor. The estimated completion date is March 1999.
Gassville Medical Clinic. Located in Gassville, Ark., this project, for Baxter County Regional Hospital, is a new medical clinic, of wood construction with a brick veneer and split-face block banding, for Drs. Burnett, Croom, Lincoln and Paden. The clinic will be wrapped with dark gray glass separating the coppercote roof and brick base. The clinic will house two doctors and nine examination rooms, laboratory amenities, X-ray and a trauma room. The clinic will function around a central core nurses' station and receptionist/payment area. Craig Schneider, AIA, and Melissa Higbie are the architects.
First National Bank Branch Facility. Located at Lake Ozark, this project, for First National Bank, is a new, two-story branch facility. Large areas of glass will offer views from high above the Lake of the Ozarks. Amenities include a community room with separate access from the main office area to allow for public or private functions after regular banking hours. Craig Schneider, AIA, is the architect, and MECO Systems Inc. is the contractor.
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