Callahan & Freeman’s schematic design for a new one-story, assisted living center wraps 44 apartments around a central courtyard containing small gardens. The kitchen/dining and social activity spaces are located at the front of the facility adjacent to a covered drive. A nursing station and resident laundry are more centrally located within the wood siding and stone clad building.
Callahan & Freeman’s proposed solution for a new wellness center blends physical therapy, cardio rehab, aerobics and an aquatic therapy pool into a compact floor plan. The main weight room is oriented to capture views of an adjacent park complete with a walking trail, stage, and several outdoor fitness equipment stations. A screened garden on the opposing side of the building provides a quiet and shaded spot for employees. Metal and wood panels compose the exterior materials with the metal garden trellis covered in vines, providing shade.
Callahan & Freeman’s design for an enhanced primary entrance at an existing medical office building consists of a vestibule addition with accessible concrete landings, ramp and stairs. The intent of the design compliments and matches the existing brick veneer and storefront composing the front of the 6,130 SF building. The new metal framed entry element utilizes brick veneer, EIFS, and storefront to emphasize the main entrance.
Callahan & Freeman’s design for an office business park consists of five buildings located on a 4.5 acre site. The similar, multi-tenant buildings each contain a variety of office space configurations and sizes. Articulation, stone and stucco facades add residential character and create a common thread throughout the entire site. The buildings each average 3,980 SF.
Callahan & Freeman’s design for a multi-tenant building places a dental practice in the core of the main suite. A central reception and business office supports waiting rooms while semi-circular circulation accesses hygiene rooms, treatment rooms and the lab. Two additional tenant office spaces flank each side of the dental practice. Stone, wood and stucco wrap the exterior with a defined covered entry element.
Callahan & Freeman’s design for converting a small, metal industrial building into a boutique floral design studio provides a lobby and conference area up front with the studio, office, storage and cooler making up the balance. The building’s front exterior received a stucco finish, new storefront, a new wing wall/canopy entry element along with a screen wall.
Callahan & Freeman’s design for an asphalt/concrete paving company corporate office provides an angled circulation corridor serving production, sales and management spaces. A taller volume occurs at the training room which overlooks an elevated, partially covered deck. The angled covered entry canopies mimic the angled corridor, and this angle was generated in response to existing trees on the heavily wooded site.
Callahan & Freeman assisted with renovations to a 19,000 SF office building. The front portion of the building including the lobby, work area, restrooms, conference and multiple offices were remodeled. Corrugated metal panel ceiling clouds were suspended throughout the lobby ceiling. A new entry element was designed at the main entrance vestibule with composite wood cladding accents and signage applied to the exterior.
Callahan & Freeman’s renovation project provides an interior remodel and exterior facelift for two, adjacent, existing office/warehouse buildings. Both office/warehouses total 8,420 SF and the facades are updated with aluminum composite material panels, manufactured stone, stucco, and wood plastic composite cladding. Painted concrete / overhead doors, LED down lights and pre-manufactured metal canopies assist in the new aesthetic.
Callahan & Freeman’s solution for a long term planning office at a funeral home received a TEXO 2020 Distinguished Building Award. The building utilizes precast concrete with stone veneer to develop space for nine employees, kitchen, conference, training and storage functions. A consultation space for their clients orbits directly off of the lobby, while a central corridor provides circulation for the remainder of the small building. The ledgestone pattern exterior is accented with wood trellis components which provide shading elements as well as platforms for climbing plants.
Callahan & Freeman’s solution for an office/warehouse business park consists of six buildings located on a 10.5 acre site. The similar, multi-tenant buildings each contain two functions. The office portions are located towards the front of the tenant spaces while warehouse portions can be accessed from the rear of the buildings. Articulation, stone and concrete facades add character to the exterior of the buildings while black fabric canopies create a common thread throughout the entire site. The buildings each average 12,250 SF.
Callahan & Freeman’s design for a multi-tenant lease space shell on a 1.25 acre lot consists of a concrete and stone structure with a depth of 76 feet, enabling up to four tenants to occupy the facility. The larger anchor store space contains a vestibule and a drive through window with canopy providing flexibility for different retail businesses. Metal canopies and a limestone wainscot frame the tinted storefront on the front and sides of this 9,531 SF retail building.
Callahan & Freeman’s solution for this Six & Mango Kabota dealership includes a main 16,800 SF building housing sales and display for construction equipment, parts storage and multiple work bays. Separate structures for the 4 acre site include a covered inventory canopy and a storage building with fueling island. Standing seam metal roofs on two corner elements provide visibility to this retail building from the interstate.
Callahan & Freeman’s design for a 15,400 SF hangar/ terminal building provides a concrete structure accentuated with clerestory lighting in a double volume lobby space. A helicopter flight services, sales and pilot training company needed a new facility to conduct their flight business located at a heliport. The solution provides an office/terminal building containing a photo studio, lobby and simulator room. The adjacent hangar structure is visually connected by an arched canopy covering a concrete patio.
Callahan & Freeman’s solution for the Davis Crane Offices consists of offices, bookkeeping and conference room functions on the lower level of a two-story concrete and stone veneer structure. The estimating department is located on the second floor which is placed to overlook the actual yard containing the company’s cranes. A tall wing wall serves as a signage element providing highway visibility for the 12,992 square foot office.