Nutec Group provided design-build solutions for a 66,000 sq. ft. renovation and modernization of an office building and a 6,000 sq. ft. addition to a high-tech tour center. The new tour center serves over 100,000 visitors a year while enhancing the company brand. Services provided by our firms included construction management, programming, interior design.
Working with the "facelift committee" of an internationally-recognized manufacturer of building products, Nutec provided design-build services, including architecture, interior design, and engineering, to modernize the corporate administrative facility – public areas, open and private offices, and employee cafeteria and serving area.
Working with a county-wide school district, Nutec provided integrated architecture and engineering to design an attractive cafeteria and multi-purpose room, which was accomplished by modernizing the outdated serving and dining areas, and constructing a new multi-story atrium to allow daylight deep into the interior spaces.
In this Internet-driven Information Age, libraries still play an integral role, and are often anchors for the communities they serve. Like this project, a new 10,000 sq. ft. library designed for a municipality, which was necessitated by both the need to provide modern amenities as well as expanded space for the library's holdings.
Interior aesthetics have become an important component of healthcare design, and Nutec was commissioned to design this fit-out within a medical office building for an oral surgery practice relocating to the new building.
Nutec staff volunteered countless hours to create an Underground Railroad museum in the home of a former slave who gained his freedom and eventually become a conductor on the Underground Railroad. Through the process, Nutec was commissioned to provide architecture and engineering design for the museum.
After acquiring a competitor radio station, the owners of this building commissioned Nutec to provide integrated design and construction services to expand the facility and add several new studios.
Nutec has gained a reputation for creative adaptive reuse projects, like this re-purposing of an existing, vacant warehouse into a new community college building with classrooms, offices, labs, library, bookstore, and common areas.
Throughout our history, Nutec has been involved with many banking projects, including development of a new prototype branch for a regional bank. Subsequently, Nutec was retained to site-adapt this bank in the inaugural application of the new prototype.
The original Nutec project at this 105,000 sq. ft. building was to convert a historic department store into a county government building. Subsequently, Nutec was commissioned by the same client to upgrade the facility and evolve it to become a human services center for county residents.
Nutec has completed several projects for a major federal government contractor, including two employee cafeteria upgrades to create inviting, aesthetic spaces that encourage staff to interact while playing a role in staff recruitment and retention.
When a nonprofit organization moved forward with their vision to revitalize an urban area, they commissioned Nutec to design a creative reuse of a former tobacco warehouse into a high-tech office statement, yet maintain its historic core. The multiple award-winning project also obtained LEED Silver certification.
Nutec was commissioned to design this new 11,500 sq. ft. police facility for a Maryland municipality. Spaces include offices, armory, processing, evidence lock-up, holding, and storage rooms as well as a three-bay sallyport.
As hospitals have moved from centralized care to hub-spoke delivery approaches, medical office buildings have become popular. Nutec teamed with a developer to create this new building, which houses a Veterans Administration clinic and oral surgery practice.
Today, corporate America is realizing the importance of aesthetics on attracting and retaining staff. This major pharmaceutical company commissioned Nutec to design upgrades to their common areas, creating a professional yet playful environment for staff.
The winner of national awards from the American Public Works Association and Associated Builders and Contractors, this unique project entailed adaptive reuse of a 128,000 sq. ft. former courthouse and conversion into a LEED Certified county government office building.
This project entailed creative design for a proposed new 43,000 sq. ft. natatorium with Olympic pool, seating for 500 spectators, and outdoor "sprayground." To meet the owner's sustainability goals, the facility was designed to LEED Platinum standards.
Full engineering and interior design services, as well as owner's representative throughout construction, for a major new 107,000 sq. ft. sanctuary building with seating for 2,700 people. Essentially a "performing arts church," known for its theatrical programs, the building contains a one-million watt Broadway-grade sound system and one-million watt theatrical lighting system.