Williamsburg Municipal Building
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USACE Tomb of Remembrance

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The Tomb of Remembrance shall be a functional memorial, designed and constructed as an ossuary for repositing comingled cremated remains of unidentified and unclaimed U.S. service members. In additional to a memorial, the project will include a fully accessible pedestrian path between Patton Drive and the existing Niche Wall, and shall incorporate appropriate site work, such as landscaping and any necessary stormwater treatment features.

Fort Lee Air Force/ Navy Dining Facility

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This LEED Gold Certified dining facility is designed to blend with the brick and stone banded architecture of the rest of Fort Lee. The scale of this 19,200 square foot single-story building is broken up with multiple gables and hipped metal roofs. A curved wall with large glazed openings fronts the dining area, while the large supporting kitchen is planned to feed 800 personnel, three times a day, 365 days per year.

Fort Lee Air Force/Navy Dining Facility
Hampton Armistead Pointe Master Plan

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Update an existing,outdated master plan and provide a feasibility study, including cost estimates for destination recreational facilities on the site.

Williamsburg Municipal Center

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As an addition to an existing city government facility, this building was designed to compliment the critical architectural elements of the existing 1980’s structure through a traditional reinterpretation more fitting with the City of Williamsburg. Entry through the cast stone and brick façade into the foyer features a domed ceiling and curved stair that provide the user with a grand public space. As a renovation to the existing facility, this LEED Silver designed project allowed for phasing that enabled operations to continue throughout construction.

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American Revolution Museum Outdoor Interpretive Area

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With the construction of the new American Revolution Museum and the ultimate removal of the existing museum, Jamestown Yorktown Foundation was presented with the opportunity to reorganize, reorient, and expand their existing Outdoor Interpretive Area. The outdoor interpretive area is broken down into four main areas: the transitional pavilion, the military encampment, the amphitheater, and the living farm.

JYF Outdoor Interpretive Area
Fort Lee 508th Transportation Company Operations Facility

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The Company Operations Facility/Organizational Storage Facility is a LEED Gold certified building and is designed to efficiently house the Army Transportation School's administration offices and to store and move supplies. The building and its associated parking and hardstand area is constructed on a 7.5 acre site. The hardstand and loading dock area, along with the outdoor weapons cleaning area is enclosed with security fencing and controlled access.

Fort Lee 217th Military Police Company Operations Facility

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As part of the design build team, GuernseyTingle designed the facility to meet LEED Gold standards and blend with the architecture on the rest of Fort Lee. This 20,000 square foot building provides administrative, training, and storage areas.

Fort Lee 217th Military Police Company Operations Facility
Newport News Campsite Office

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A 4,200 square foot campsite facilities building at Newport News Park Campground, this building maintains a rustic aesthetic similar to other buildings within the park, while offering needed space for a campsite store, check-in, offices, restrooms, and laundry.

James City County Fire Administration and Training Facility

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This project is designed to achieve LEED Silver certification through the renovation of the existing interior space and exterior architectural enhancements. Interior office, training and support spaces were added to meet the needs of the new tenant, James City County Fire Administration. Exterior renovations such as re-roofing and window modifications enhance the existing building envelope.

James City County Fire Administration and Training Facility
Virginia Beach Animal Care and Adoption Center

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This 38,000 square foot building is a state-of-the-art facility designed to enhance the lives of the animals it houses, the workers and volunteers that service them, and the visiting public. Adoption friendly spaces, a learning center, animal run areas, and a vet clinic with surgery suite are all housed within this building, located in the oceanfront resort city. As the building is designed to achieve LEED Silver, rainwater harvesting, solar panels, and a geothermal HVAC system are also incorporated.

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Langley Air Force Base Hangar

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As an addition to the existing aircraft facility, architectural detailing and composition of the new hangar and support spaces will blend with the existing structure through the use of masonry and metal clad exterior skin and a standing seam metal roof.

Confederate Hills Recreation & Golf Facility

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The adaptive re-use of this 1925 Tudor style Locomotive Club breathed new life into the rundown structure. The removal of various additions which had been added to the building over the years allowed the building’s distinctive gables to direct the design of the renovated community center.

Henrico Theater

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This restoration of a 1938 Art Deco Theater transformed the movie theater into a multi-use cultural arts facility, with state-of-the-art theater, sound, and projection systems.

Jamestown Settlement Riverfront Support

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This project provides a new shipwright's building, a new amphitheater, and a new "enclave" containing visitor amenities adjacent to the waterfront at Jamestown Settlement.

Quarterpath Recreation Center

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The 10,000 SF recreation center addition and renovation was constructed over a 12-month period, while the facility remained open and utilized by both staff and the public.

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Williamsburg Transportation Center

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This train station was built in 1938 to bring tourists to the newly restored Colonial Williamsburg. The City purchased the building and wanted to transform it into a multi-modal transportation center. The project reorganized the site to accommodate the various needs, provided satellite parking, and renovated the building by reorganizing the users into an interior expanded into the unused former freight areas.

Williamsburg Transportation Center (Photo by Rob Park)
Williamsburg Transportation Center (Photo by Rob Park)
Hampton Roads Sanitation District - North Shore Administration & Maintenance Facility

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As part of the design build team for HRSD's new administration and maintenance building, GuernseyTingle designed the facility to meet LEED Silver standards. The building is divided into distinct sections that include a two-story brick administration wing at the front, and a one-story vehicle storage, service, and parts area at the rear.

Fort Benning Training Aid Support Center (TASC)

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The Fort Benning TASC project is a refit of a former new troop processing center into a facility that fabricates training materials including mock weapons and munitions, training publications, and audio/visual training aids.

2007 Legacy Hall

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The 5,000 SF community building, used for meetings, educational, civic, social, and cultural events, was erected to commemorate the 400th anniversary of the landing at Jamestown.

2007 Legacy Hall
2007 Legacy Hall


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