Recreation

Country Club of Virginia – Racquet and Fitness Center
Richmond, Virginia

The project included 32,200 SF of new space and 19,000
SF of renovated area. The project also included site utility work required to relocate and re-connect to existing services. This included relocation of the facility’s electrical service.
Our scope included HVAC, power, lighting, plumbing, fire alarm, and sprinkler
Electrical design included site lighting and emergency generator.

Longwood University – Willet Hall Renovation
Farmville, Virginia

Dunlap & Partners provided design for the renovation of an existing 77,000 SF athletic facility to upgrade it to NCAA Division I standards. In addition to the basketball arena, the facility contains a natatorium, locker rooms, weight rooms, dance studio, kinesiology lab, and various classrooms and office spaces.  

Wytheville Community Center
Wytheville, Virginia

Dunlap & Partners provided M/E/P/FP design for the Wytheville Community Center. The 100,000 SF facility contains a two-court gymnasium, an elevated running track, aerobics and fitness rooms, a large assembly room with partitioning for three smaller spaces, a pre-function lobby, three additional breakout meeting rooms, a catering kitchen, four adult activity rooms, one youth activity room with 2-story climbing wall, a child care center, a 6-lane, 25-meter swimming pool and a separate therapy pool.

St. Christopher’s School – New Kemper Athletic Center
Richmond, Virginia

Dunlap & Partners Engineers provided M/E/FP for this three-phase project. Phase I included a new 32,000 SF Athletic and Fitness Center, with 5,500 SF of administrative and public space, and approximately 26,500 SF of activity space including a weight and fitness room, wrestling room, a multipurpose room, and a training/wellness room. Phase II was the renovation of the 24,000 SF Scott Gymnasium. Phase III was the demolition of the existing field house and construction of a new 53,000 SF Field House, which hosts basketball, indoor track practice and competitions (200m track), and tennis.

Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) – Siegel Center Convocation Arena
Richmond, Virginia

M/E/P/FP design was provided for a 190,000 S.F., facility which included a 7,500 seat arena/convocation center, (site of the NCAA women’s east regional final basketball tournament), fitness center, auxiliary gymnasiums, aerobics studio, & locker facilities. The mechanical systems incorporate dynamic ice thermal storage.  This was the first phase of VCU’s Broad Street corridor development plan. […]