This commercial construction project required tight scheduling, coordination between the BSI project manager, BSI superintendent and the SFCS team as SFCS occupied the building throughout the project.
The 4500 SF steel frame and brick facade building required a complete renovation.
Building Specialists was awarded the project to up-fit an existing structure on the corner of 419 and Brambleton Avenue that would turn into a new branch for Bank of Botetourt. The building was a mix of several retail businesses and required complete interior demolition.
A multiple year effort to save the Boones Mill train depot had accomplished moving the station to its new location but left it surrounded by dirt and lacking proper site drainage.
A popular and consistently expanding church in Bedford Virginia was in need of a reliable facility to house their weekly services. In the middle of town, a large building originally designed as a grocery store was abandoned and in need of a new purpose.
With five months until the first planned conference, Building Specialists, Inc was hired to transform former college campus dorms, into a comfortable modern retreat for pastors of all faiths. This existing facility contained traditional dorm construction with jack-and-jill baths and no spaces for casual gatherings.
The large call center building in Roanoke has been utilized and expanded by many owners throughout its history. Its aging heating and air conditioning systems were due for a major update.
The 475-seat historic theater in downtown Galax is known worldwide for its weekly broadcast of live old-time and bluegrass music. Through its privately-owned past, unrepaired leaks in the roof caused damage to the original plaster ceiling.
Due to innovations in technology and student demand, Virginia Tech’s main library required renovations to reduce the quantity of paper books and increase the availability of laptop charging stations.
BSI was contacted by former client Trinity United Methodist Church in Buchanan to update their facility to meet current ADA standards allowing all patrons easier access to the church.
The Presidents Home at Roanoke College was in need of an update. The kitchen, powder room, laundry room, and back entrance had not been renovated since the 1960’s. The home needed a modern kitchen that would not only accommodate the President’s family, but also operate as a catering facility for college functions held at the home.
Warm Hearth Village founder, Wybe Kroontje envisioned a Village Center that would be the heart of the campus plan. A facility that would enhance both physical and social wellness through three main areas: the welcome center, the fitness center and community gathering spaces.