• The Granville Inn

    Project Overview Robertson served as the design-builder on the restoration of the historic Granville Inn located in downtown Granville, Ohio. The landmark facility was purchased by Denison University with the intent to modernize the building infrastructure and increase the number guest rooms by fifty percent. The primary building facades were restored within historic preservation guidelines and the u-shaped building plan facilitated significant upgrades to the inward facing courtyard. The total restoration addressed thirty-nine rooms, forty-five beds, and increased the ballroom and conference...

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    The Michael D. Eisner Center for Performing Arts

      “The Michael D. Eisner Center for Performing Arts will be home to the departments of music, dance and theatre, creating a dynamic, interactive space where students can collaborate across disciplines.”Notices: Please do not park in front of the gates on College Street. We are starting the excavation of the basement on Monday, April 17th. You can expect heavy truck traffic leaving the site from both the Broadway entrance as well as the College Street entrance. (20) additional limited parking spaces for Denison Faculty have been established at the New Hope Lutheran church for ...

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    Reese Ampitheatre

    This 5,000 square feet concrete outdoor amphitheater overlooks The Ohio State University Newark Campus’ commons area. The amphitheater is covered by a funnel style tent system. The fabric for this tent is from Ireland and was sent to Hungary for its final fabrication.owner The Ohio State University/COTC Newarkarchitect JBA Architects

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    Warner Library

    Within this state-of-the-art facility, students can grab a cup of coffee, relax with friends over a dish of pasta, play a game of foosball, browse the latest periodicals, conduct research at the computer stations, cozy up with a book next to the three-story stone fireplace or find solitude inside ten specially designed study rooms.description  84,000 square feet, $20,000,000 library and student center owner The Ohio State University/COTC Newarkarchitect The Collaborative

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    Hocking College Energy Institute

    The Hocking College Energy Institute will be the first higher education building in Ohio to earn LEED Platinum certification from the USGBC. An alternative energy laboratory, the building is heated and cooled by 26 geothermal wells and includes a fuel cell, natural gas compressor and refueling station, vegetative roof, 21kw photovoltaic array, plug-in vehicular recharge stations and a wind generator.description 12,200 square foot, $3.2 million educational energy laboratory.architect DesignGroup

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