Alter Vehicle Maintenance Facility - Ellington Field Joint Reserve Base, Houston, TX

Pond provided full A/E services (Type A and Type B) for renovations and alterations to an existing Vehicle Maintenance Facility. The design includes offices, classroom, break room, technical library, dispatch, and restrooms with lockers, along with specialized spaces for vehicle general maintenance and repair and a welding shop. Renovations and alterations were in accordance with Air National Guard (ANG) standard facility requirements ANGH 32-1084 Sustainable Design utilizing LEED.

  • ASTM and IBC 2009, as referenced by UFC 1-200-01, governed design

  • International Building Code used for material requirements

  • ADA accessibility throughout facility

  • Meets AFOSH standards

  • Specifications using UFGS and UFC requirements

  • Design and survey for asbestos abatement – flooring and glue

The final phase of the Holiday Inn Express and Suites, Phenix City, AL, guestroom and public space renovation wrapped up this summer, tallying yet another successful hotel project for the Pond Interiors team. Holiday Inn Express and Suites now offers a completely redesigned lobby, public space, breakfast area in compliance to the formula blue scheme and modernized guestrooms.

The public space portion of the project began with the complete demolition of the existing lobby and breakfast room. The reconfigured floor plan maximizes the usage of the space, and creates an open and welcoming communal setting for guests to enjoy. A renovated lobby, modern lounge areas, and a breakfast buffet were all strategically redesigned to flow with the lobby’s stylish new look. The existing casegoods were able to be reused in guestrooms, however, the guestrooms and guest bathrooms have received modem facelifts.

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