ECSI has a portfolio of hundreds of successfully completed door, hardware, and detention equipment projects spanning all categories of construction.
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628,000 SF | $ 375 million.
Features: Two L-shaped volumes connect to form a grand atrium in this eight-story LEED certified building located in downtown Buffalo. Features include Metro Station access, 400-seat auditorium, classrooms, collaborative spaces, state-of-the-art laboratory spaces, expanded learning facilities and conference rooms.
Photo: HOK Architects
182,000 SF | $ 100 million.
Features: Called the most inventive public-school design in the country, the five-story building appears to fan out from a central pivot. Each of the five classroom floors lead out to a different terrace creating a single story feel whilst taking advantage of the vertical efficiencies required in a dense urban setting.
Photo: Leo A Daly Architects
175,000 SF | $ 117 million.
Features: This three-story LEED certified building features nineteen biology labs, twenty health science labs as well as classrooms, study and meeting rooms, computer labs and a greenhouse.
Photo: SmithGroup Architects
505,000 SF | $ 187 million.
Features: Renovations and redesign to update all services, offices, teaching and collaborative spaces in both research facilities.
COMMERCIAL/ RETAIL/ HOSPITALITY
13 million SF | $ 254 billion.
Features: The largest private real estate development in U.S. history, Hudson Yards offers Class A office space, residential, hotel, retail, parking and cultural spaces. The Edge, a suspended observation deck with glass walls and floor, is the highest in the Western Hemisphere giving one of a kind views of New York City.
Photo: KPF Architects
250,000 SF | $ 64 million.
Features: This 278-room luxury hotel is part of the $2 billion Wharf mixed-use development along D.C.’s Southwest Waterfront. The 12-story LEED certified building includes a rooftop pool and bar, fitness center, restaurants and retail space, eleven meeting rooms and underground parking.
Photo: BBGM Architects
265,000 SF | $ Unavailable.
Features: This trophy-class office building is part of the $2 billion Wharf mixed-use development along D.C.’s Southwest Waterfront. This LEED Gold certified building includes rooftop gardens, two-story retail space and lobby. The ten-foot floor-to-ceiling ultra-clear glass curtainwall system maximizes natural light and views of the D.C. waterfront.
Photo: FOX Architects
3.1 million SF | $ Unavailable.
Features: Spanning a full city block in the vibrant NoMa neighborhood of the Nation’s Capital, this mixed-use development offers a pedestrian-friendly mix of office, residential and retail space. The Class A office spaces accommodate public sector tenants as well as the new location for the Department of Justice.
Saracen Casino Resort – Pine Bluff, AR
540,000 SF | $ 350 million.
Features: 80,000 SF gaming floor, restaurants & lounges, 300 room hotel, entertainment venue, conference center, spa & cultural center. The venue also features a child learning center & daycare, Fire/EMS facilities and a health clinic.
Photo: HBG Design
147,000 SF | $ Unavailable.
Features: Located on a key downtown corner lot this 14-story 175 room hotel has more than 5,000 SF of meeting space, a lounge and rooftop terrace, underground parking and ground floor retail.
Photo: BBGM Architects
150,000 SF | $ 60 million.
Features: Visually riveting and evocative this LEED Platinum certified six-story building is also sustainable and efficient. Designed to incorporate an existing pump station, which will provide power to heat and cool the building, the curving glass façade improves daylighting, reduces energy use and provides stunning views of the Anacostia River in Southeast DC. Photo: SmithGroup Architects
140,000 SF | $ 70 million.
Features: Complementing the office space the eight above grade floors also provide numerous meeting, conference and classroom spaces as well as a full-service broadcast studio. There are two levels of underground parking, outdoor gathering spaces and a rooftop terrace. Photo: Hartman-Cox Architects
51,000 SF | $ 30 million.
Features: Holistic restoration of the historic 1903 Beaux-Arts building to a “town square” style space providing, retail, skylight central Forum area as well as a grand staircase leading to the Historical Society of Washington, DC which remains in the building. Photo: Nigel Young/Foster+Partners
125,000 SF | $ Unavailable.
Features: State -of-the-art multi-purpose event center including a 1,500 seat performing-arts venue, a 300 seat black-box theater, conference rooms and a foyer designed for corporate use and civic events.
Photo: HGA Architects
400,000 SF | $ 40 million.
Features: Tenant Improvements in an eleven-story mixed-use development located in the heart of Mt. Vernon Square also specified by ECSI. Tenant space provides a high-performance LEED Gold workplace, conference center, cafeteria, daycare center and stunning two-story event room opening to the roof terrace.. Photo: Duda/Paine Architects
31,800 SF | $ Unavailable.
Features: Interior and exterior renovation of two annex buildings to provide offices, classrooms, conference facilities, collaborative spaces as well as housing the PeaceTech Lab. Glass walled pedestrian bridges link to the main building and the creation of an exterior plaza provides outdoor program space. Photo: CG+S Architects
274,000 SF | $ 142 million.
Features: Consolidating police and fire operations in a state-of-the-art LEED Gold facility that also includes recruiting, testing, training, health clinic, media center and parking garage. Photo: HOK Architects
2.4 million SF | $ 450 million.
Features: Prototype Design for NCDOC resulting in the construction of six separate 1000 Cell Close-Security Detention Facilities across North Carolina; each facility includes General Housing Cells, Segregation Cells, Medical Cells, Dayrooms, Control Rooms, Central Energy Plant and Recreation Facilities. Photo: NPCA
280,000 SF | $ 195 million.
Features: Six-story courthouse includes a central entry rotunda, eight courtrooms, eleven judicial chambers, jury suites, offices and underground parking. Photo: Fentress Architects
324,000 SF | $ 80 million.
Features: 888-bed multi building facility includes medium/minimum and maximum security housing, gymnasium, classrooms, counseling suites, library, food services and healthcare center. Photo: STV Architects
240,000 SF | $ Unavailable.
Features: This design-build, public-private partnership complex features a four-story atrium, courtrooms for six judges, jury assembly area, fitness center, cafeteria, as well as spaces for the State’s Attorney, Sheriff, Bar Association, Public Defender, Clerk of Courts and an adjacent parking garage. Photo: HOK Architects
577,000 SF | $150 million.
Features: Eleven-stories above ground, 19 Courtrooms, and associated Support Spaces, Public Meeting Spaces, Administrative Spaces and Parking. Photo: Wake County
3.7 million SF | $362 million.
Features: Mixed Use Facilities, Government Offices, Private Businesses, Public Amenities, Atrium, Retail and Exhibit Areas, Conference Center, U.S. Center for Word Trade and below-grade Parking. Photo: Pei Cobb Freed
580,000 SF | $621 million.
Features: Three level multi-function underground expansion of the United States Capital Building, including Visitor Screening and Orientation, Exhibition Hall, Theaters, Dining Facilities, and House and Senate Office Space. Photo: Architect of the Capitol
461,000 SF | $192 million.
Features: Maximum Security Level Chancery, Seven-story Consular Addition, State Department and U.S. Federal Agency Spaces, Auditorium and Residential Space. Photo: HOK
2.1 million SF | $600 million.
Features: Secure multi-story Office Complex spanning two city blocks, including Atria, Pedestrian Court and Underground Parking. Photo: Michael Graves & Associates
2.65 million SF | $800 million.
Features: Five Building eleven-story Complex, thirteen-story Enclosed Atrium, Office and Joint-Use Space, Auditorium, Data Centers, Catering/Cafeteria Services, Two Residential Buildings and Parking Facilities. Photo: Turner Construction
285,000 SF | $325 million.
Features: Fourteen stories above grade, 100 Exam Rooms, 150 Infusion Spaces, Consultation Rooms, Clinical Research Center, Public Services and Retail, and seven levels of Below-Grade Parking. Photo: Dana Farber
1.6 million SF | $1.1 billion.
Features: Two twelve-story Patient Towers, an eight-story Base Building, 560 Private Patient Rooms, new Adult and Pediatric Emergency Departments, 33 Operating Rooms, Clinical and Diagnostic Spaces, Offices and a Commercial Arcade. Photo: Perkins + Will
1.5 million SF | $1 billion.
Features: 600 Bed Inpatient Tower, 430,000 SF Diagnostic and Treatment Building and a 335,000 SF Outpatient Building. Photo: HOK
750,000 SF | $700 million.
Features: 337 Bed Community/Teaching Hospital, Outpatient Clinics, Operating Suites, Diagnostic and Treatment Pavilion, Conference Center, Central Plant, Parking Structures and Helipad. Photo: Lee, Burkhart, Liu
Middleburg Heights, OH
277,000 SF | $128 million.
Features: Five-story Tower with Emergency Department, Critical Care Unit, three new Patient Floors, new Main Entrance, Below-Grade Parking Garage and Helipad. Photo: Southwest General
707,750 SF | $298 million.
Features: Joint Command and Operations Headquarters, SCIF Areas, Central Utility Plant and Support Buildings. Photo: Hensel Phelps
600,000 SF | $93 million.
Features: 27 Facilities, Officer and Enlisted Billeting, Distinguished Visitors Billeting, Dining Facilities, Fitness Center, Fire Station, Medical Center and Community Mall. Photo: HOK
600,000 SF | $ N/A.
Features: Integrated Command Center, Office of Naval Intelligence, U.S. Coast Guard Intelligence Coordination Center and National Maritime Intelligence-Integration Office. Photo: NMIC
526,000 SF | $251 million.
Features: Medical Chemical Defense Research Laboratories and Support Spaces, Command Headquarters, Offices and Training Facilities. Photo: Flad Architects
6.5 million SF | $5.4 billion.
Features: Largest Office Renovation and Modernization Project in the United States, National Historic Landmark, Office and Meeting Spaces, SCIF, Emergency Operations Center and two-story Dining Atrium. Photo: Hensel Phelps
950,000 SF | $230 million.
Features: Ten-story Exhibition Spaces, Restoration Hanger, Collections Processing Center, Collections Storage Facility, Conservation Laboratory, IMAX Theater, Archives, Observation Tower, Office Space, Retail and Dining Facilities. Photo: Hensel Phelps
702,000 SF | $160 million.
Features: Hall of Fame Museum and twenty-story Office Building, Exhibit Spaces, Visitor Services and Great Hall.
Photo: Pei Cobb Freed
344,000 SF | $ N/A.
Features: Three Exhibit Halls, Multi-Story Lobby, Meeting Rooms, Pre-Function Areas and two Ballrooms. Photo: HOK
313,000 SF | $500 million.
Features: Five above-grade Exhibition Levels, below-grade Exhibition Levels, Mechanical Level, Services and Support Spaces. Photo: Freelon Group
643,000 SF | $456 million.
Features: Mixed-Use Development, including the Museum with 15 Theaters, 15 Galleries, 2 Television Studios, Auditorium, and an Atrium, Office Building, Retail Spaces, Restaurants, Residential Units and Below Grade Parking. Photo: Turner Construction
100,000 SF | $58 million.
Features: Rotunda, Chapel, Atrium, Museum/Exhibition Spaces, Theaters and Office Spaces.
Photo: Leo A Daley
10,000 SF | $ N/A.
Features: Two Sanctuaries, Prayer/Study Spaces, Group Counselling Rooms, Administrative Spaces and Offices.
40,000 SF | $ N/A.
Features: Renovation of Landmark Building, Prayer Hall, Gathering Area, Classrooms, Offices and Library.
Photo: Islamic Da’wah Center
30,000 SF | $6.3 million.
Features: Preservation of Historic Sanctuaries, New Fellowship Hall, Kitchen Facilities, Campus Ministry, Library, Multi-use Classrooms, Meeting Rooms, Offices and Support Spaces.
RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT
351,000 SF | $220 million.
Features: Six-story LEED Certified Building, BSL-3 Laboratory, Forensic Biology (DNA Analysis) Laboratory, Firing Range, Morgue, Autopsy Suites, Support Spaces, Offices, Conference Facilities and Fitness Center. Photo: HOK
463,000 SF | $150 million.
Features: Three adjoining five-story Towers, Forensics Laboratory Facilities, Training and Conference Center, Dining and Parking Deck. Photo: FBI
100,000 SF | $64 million.
Features: Laboratory/Research Facilities, Auditorium, Administrative Offices, Atrium and Conference Facilities. Photo: PGAL
1.2 million SF | $ N/A.
Features: Three and four-story Inpatient/Outpatient Research Hospital with a seven-story Science Court. Photo: Balfour Beatty
400,000 SF | $167 million.
Features: Twelve-story building with BSL-2, 3 and 4 Laboratories, Office Space, Analytical Equipment Labs, Molecular Biology Suites and Central Utility Plant. Photo: CDC
315,000 SF | $ N/A.
Features: Fifteen-story structure with 92 Luxury Residential Units, Offices, Retail and Underground Parking. Photo: Turner Construction
365,000 SF | $45 million.
Features: Sixteen-story tower with 173 Luxury Residential Units, Clubhouse, Amenity Level and Underground Parking. Photo: Cooper Carry
690,000 SF | $250 million.
Features: Two Mixed-Use Buildings, Office, Residential, Retail and Parking. Photo: Western Development
808,000 SF | $100 million.
Features: Eleven-story Mixed-Use Complex, New Construction with Rehabilitation of Historic Buildings, 428 Apartments, Retail, Theater and Below-Grade Parking. Photo: Esocoff & Associates
348,000 SF | $55 million.
Features: Sixteen-story building with 244 One-, Two- and Three-Bedroom Residences, Conference Center, Theater and three-story Parking Facility. Photo: Austin Structural
7.6 million SF | $2.94 billion.
Features: X-shaped Airport Terminal, Retail, Food and Beverage Outlets, Support Spaces and Parking. Photo: KFP
125,000 SF | $80 million.
Features: Passenger Terminal and Concourse, Retail and Dining facilities, Air Rescue Fire Fighting Facility and Parking Structure. Photo: HNTB
560,000 SF | $350 million.
Features: Terminal and Concourse, Twenty Two Aircraft Gates, Retail and Restaurants. Photo: BNP Associates
6.46 million SF | $5.5 billion.
Features: Passenger Terminal and Concourse, Retail Gallery, Mosque, Plaza, Control Tower, Cargo Terminal, Maintenance Facilities and Parking Structure. Photo: HOK
3 million SF | $1 billion.
Features: Terminal Concourse, Airline Operation Space, Airline Clubs, International Arrivals, Automated People Mover and Federal Inspection Services Facilities. Photo: KPF