multi-unithousingw w w. k b e b u i l d i n g. c o mConnecticut | Northeast Region • Maryland | Mid-Atlantic RegionCora Harkins Bill HassonManager of Business Development Educational Facilities Services30 Batterson Park Road 7150 Columbia Gateway DriveFarmington, CT 06032 Columbia, MD 21046860.284.7622 email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org
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who we are a successful construction firm with integrity • 53-year-old construction services firm with projects throughout New England and Mid Atlantic, and more than $2.3 billion in construction volume over the last decade. • Highly experienced Design-Builder, CM at Risk, CM as Advisor, and General Contractor. • Committed to putting communities to work and exceeding our client’s SBE/MBE/WBE goals. • One of the region’s largest merit shop construction firms. KBE offers our clients access to an extensive pool of qualified trade contracting firms, regardless of union or non-union affiliation, providing our clients with the most competitive pricing from the best qualified firms. expert in-house staff • Staff of 120+ experienced construction professionals and support staff • Preconstruction and Estimating Groups with Certified Professional Estimators • KBE has 15 LEED Accredited Professionals • BIM (Building Information Modeling), Mechanical/Electrical, and Site Specialists annually recognized award winning firm for our... • Expertise in Partnering • Construction Management Delivery of high quality projects • Excellence in Construction proven management processes We initiate expansive communication throughout the Preconstruction and Construction process utilizing: • Leading-edge web-based communication subcontractor and online plan room portals providing access to all project team members. • Technology focus...we support our clients, staff and projects utilizing multiple software resources. unique badging program Through our mandatory “Badging” program, (used on all of our project sites), we: • Verify the U.S. work eligibility of trade contractors’ employees • Confirm the status as eligible employees; not independent contractors • Mandate every worker on our sites provide I-9’s and W-4’s, and other project required documentation such as OSHA 10-hour certificates prior to the start of work • Provide every worker with a badge that must be presented and verified each day in order to work on site safety alliances eliminate issues and project delays • KBE provided safety training for 600+ individual trade contractor staff to date including OSHA 10-and 30-Hour Safety Certifications, Lull, Scaffold, and Fall Protection Training courses and others. • Recognized every year since 2002 with our industry’s highest honor - the Platinum STEP (Safety Training and Evaluation Process) award from the national Association of Builders and Contractors. In previous years, the firm was recognized with the STEP Gold and Silver awards. • Our safety program extends to our subcontractors as well. Each trade contractor must submit a written safety program to KBE for review. If no program exists, we assist them in developing a formal written program and in training their staff in the required safety procedures
university of virginia design-buildkellogg house residence hallcharlottesville, va owner University of Virginia architect JSA Architects Silver Spring, MD size 54,000 sf cost $14.35 million services Design-Builder & Constructor Five-story residence hall provides 191 new student beds, and an additional 9 beds for resident assistants and staff. Structural steel and masonry construction.
st. mary’s college of maryland design-buildwaring commons residence complexst. mary’s city, mdowner St. Mary’s College of Marylandarchitect Newman Architects New Haven, CTsize/beds Phase 1 & 2: 67,000 sf | 252 beds Phase 3: 19,750 sf | 88 bedscost Phase 1 & 2: $10.5 million Phase 3: $4.2 millionservices Design-Builder & ConstructorSt. Mary’s College of Maryland called on the KBE/Newman design-build teamto complete its multi-phased residence complex. Phases 1 and 2 were complet-ed one full semester ahead of schedule, despite working in some of the worstwinter weather on record in Maryland. Phase 3 completed the nine-building,wood framed residence hall complex set on St. Mary’s historic waterfrontcampus.
western connecticut state university design-buildcentennial hall residence complex & parking garagedanbury, ctowner State of Connecticut Department of Public Worksarchitect Newman Architects New Haven, CTsize 128,000 sfcost $27.2 millionservices Design-Builder & ConstructorThe design-build residence hall provides 90 StudentSuites (338 student beds), 12 Resident Assistant Suites,and one Director Suite. The new parking garageprovides 450 spaces. This was the first public building inthe State of Connecticut University system to achieveLEED-NCv2 Certification.
university of maryland baltimore county design-buildpatapsco hallcatonsville, mdowner UMBC Facilities Managementarchitect Newman Architects New Haven, CTsize 52,000 sfcost $14.8 millionservices Design-Builder & ConstructorThe Patapsco Hall addition will include four stories and a limitedbasement. There will be 68 double rooms, eight triples, 24 singlesand three studio apartments for graduate resident staff that willinclude a kitchen and bathroom in each unit. The additions will beconnected to the west end of Patapsco Hall. This building will bethe first LEED certified residence facility at UMBC.
wesleyan university design-buildfauver field residence complexmiddletown, ctowner Wesleyan Universityarchitect Newman Architects New Haven, CTsize 44,027 sf (Freshmen) 42,642 sf (Upperclassmen)cost $17 millionservices Design-Builder & ConstructorDesign-Build of new residence hall housing both freshmen and upper classmen. The building is LEED certified.
university of connecticut design-buildhilltop residence hallstorrs, ct owner University of Connecticut architect Newman Architects New Haven, CT size 138,000 sf cost $18.3 million services Design-Builder & Constructor The KBE/Newman team designed and constructed this 450-bed dormitory in just 12 months, which included an unusually severe winter. The aggressive schedule was achieved without compromising quality or safety, delivering the project one full semester ahead of schedule.
sierra suites hotelparsippany, ny owner LodgeWorks, L.P. architect M/E/P Engineer/Architect/Law/ Kingdom, INC size 96,770 sf cost $11 million services Design - Builder & Constructor KBE was Design-Builder for the new Sierra Suites Hotel. The wood-frame hotel offers 140 studio and one-bedroom suites designed for extended-stay. Each suite is equipped with a high-speed Internet connection and a full kitchen. The facilty also includes the Sierra Breakfast Café, which serves gourmet coffee, seasonal fruit and signature breads. Additional amenities include an outdoor pool and spa, a Sport Court for tennis, basketball and volleyball, plus an exercise room, a business center and a conference room, guest laundry and a guest store.
wingate innlinthicum heights, mdowner Neema Equities Co., LLC Passadena, MDarchitect Ronald Schmidt & Assoc. Englewood, NJsize 67,000 sfcost $5.2 millionservices General ContractorThis full-service, mid-priced, 5-story hotel is conveniently located nearBWI Airport. The hotel provides 129 guest rooms, meeting facilities, boardroom, pool, fitness center and whirlpool.Other amenities include high-speed Internet access, 24-hour businesscenter, complimentary deluxe continental breakfast, free local calls,microfridges, coffee maker, iron, ironing board and in-room safe.
sheraton hotelwindsor locks, ct owner RK Bradley Associates LP architect Stephen S. Cohen Architects size 240 rooms with 300-car parking garage cost $28 million services Construction Manager The Sheraton Hotel is set between Terminals A and B of Bradley Internation- al Airport. KBE built this 240-room, full-service hotel with 300-car parking garage below grade, and the elevated connector, which runs through the hotel, linking the two passenger terminals.candlewood suitesmiami, fl | syracuse, ny | richmond, vaowner Candlewood Hotel Co, Incsize 50,240 sf, 105 rooms (average)cost 4 million (average)services General Contractor / Construction ManagerKBE has constructed three Candlewood Suites. The average hotel is 50,240sf, with 105 suites in a three-story wood-frame building with an EIFSfacade. The hotel offers studio, one-bedroom and studio double suites. Each suite includes a full kitchen with dishwasher, full size refrigerator, andstovetop, living area with television/DVD player, and a spacious, well-litwork area.
microtel inn & suiteschantilly, va owner Gateway Hotel I at Dulles LLC architect Dewberry & Davis Richmond, VA aize 43,885 sf cost $2.9 million services General Contractor KBE constructed this 43,885 sf Microtel Inn & Suites located near the Dulles International Airport in Chantilly, Virginia. This $2.9 million, 105-guest room facility was completed 30 days ahead of schedule. This extended-stay hotel has in-room kitchens and work zones with data ports and phone.
whitney centerhamden, ctowner Whitney Center, Inc, Hamden, CTarchitect SFCS, Inc., Roanoke, VAsize 195,000 sf renovation and additionscost $50 millionservices Construction Manager at RiskKBE Building Corporation has worked with Whitney Center and the Project Team since 2005,providing preconstruction planning and construction services for the major expansion of thisContinuing Care Retirement Community. The Whitney Center “Renaissance Project” encompassesthe construction of a 7 story, 195,000 sf independent living facility, which will provide 87 additionalIndependent Living units ranging from 1,400 sf to 1,800 sf. The project also includes a new parkinggarage (2 levels), new maintenance garage and shop and extensive building renovations. Renovationsinclude modifications to two stairwells, renovations to the existing kitchen and dining areas aswell as renovations to the existing living room. There is a one-story addition called “Main Street”which is essentially a communicating corridor between the existing facility and new facility. This“Main Street” consists of all of the support functions for the community, including a bank, offices,a community center, performing arts room, library, conference rooms, salon/message area, publicrestrooms and a Bistro/Market area. This area provides the everyday living for the 100 residents thatwill occupy the 1st through 7th floors. This very complex project included extensive planning andimplementation of construction on an active campus for seniors.
ingleside at king farmrockville, mdowner Westminster Ingleside Foundationarchitect CSD People Architecturesize 650,000 sfcost $103 millionservices Construction Manager at RiskThis 7 story, 650,000 sf high-end Continuing Care Retirement Communitycalls for 250 units of Independent Living, 43 Assisted Living units, and26 Skilled Nursing units, set above an under-ground garage. The facilityis located within the residential community at King Farm. The project iscurrently under review by the US Green Building Council for LEED Silvercertification.
tower one | tower eastnew haven, ctowner Tower One |Tower East Tower One |Tower East is a 21-story senior living complex in downtown New Haven, Connecticut.architect Arbonies King Vlock The $12.8 million renovation project, started in 2003, has focused on converting more than 80 Architects & Planners existing Senior apartments to Assisted Living apartments. During this highly phased renovation,size 50,000 sf the apartments have been updated and reconfigured to include handicapped-accessible kitchens,cost $12.8 million bathrooms, doorways, and hallways. Each features new flooring, walls, paint, and fixtures. Eachservices General Contractor new residential floor has a common lounge area equipped with clothes washers and dryers, and a common kitchen. The building has remained fully occupied throughout construction. Over the course of the multi-phase projects, a new dining facility and administrative space have been added and upgrades completed for the parking and entrance lobby. The major renovation effort is funded by one of the largest HUD grants ever awarded. Other work includes the addition of an outside elevator and related renovations to improve access, including emergency access, throughout the building.
the retreat assisted livinghartford, ctowner Community Renewal Team, Incarchitect MBH Architecture, LLCsize 80,000 sfcost $11 millionservices Construction Manager at RiskThe Retreat Assisted Living community is an 80,000 sf facility set on a 1.2-acre site across from Hartford Hospital. The six-story, 100 unit complex wasconstructed in 2004 for $11 million. The facility offers studio and one-bedroom apartments for 97 low-income residents and three caregivers. On-siteamenities include a wellness center, commercial kitchen, dining rooms, coffee shop, and beauty salon, as well as common rooms on every floor.This project was sponsored by the Community Renewal Team (CRT), a Hartford-based not-for-profit organization. MBH Architects and KBE teamedwith CRT to provide design and construction management services. The facility was developed under a pilot program established by the State of Con-necticut, which required teams to compete for funding. The Retreat was one of four projects awarded financing and is the largest test site in the pilotprogram.
bridges at crossroadwaterford, ct owner Bridges Communities architect Klett Organization, Architects, P.C. size 91,000 sf cost $83 million services General Contractor Set on 32 acres, this Assisted Living Retirement Community project was completed in 11 months for $83 million in 2000. The 91,000 sf facility includes 54 one-bedroom apartments, 5 two-bedroom apartments and 32 studio apartments. The restaurant-style dining room and private dining room are supported by a commercial kitchen and food prep areas. High-end public areas include a wellness center, fitness room, country kitchen, library, salon, lounge, cafe, whirlpool spa, as well as offices and meeting spaces. A special self-contained unit called Safe Harbor provides 22 studio apartments for people with Alzheimer’s disease or related memory disorders, and space for an adult day care program. KBE and the owner participated in the overall plan for the continuing care campus, and provided the entry and road system for the balance of the campus. Forty age-restricted detached cottages were subsequently constructed to complete the campus.
homestead at newtown • newton, ctmiddlewoods of farmington • farmington, ct owner The Homesteads of Connecticut, LLC architect Stein/Troost LLC Architects size 94,500 sf cost $11.7 million services General Contractor This $11.7 million, 94,500 sf facility is situated on a beautifully wooded 60-acre site, and includes both Assisted Living and Independent Living cottages. The 100-unit Assisted Living facility, includes a separate Alzheimer’s/dementia care unit to accommodate 25 residents, along with studios, and one-and two-bedroom apartments on three floors. The fully sprinklered build- ing offers a 24-hour emergency call system, individually controlled heating and cooling, and a sophisticated fire detection system. owner Middlewoods of Farmington & United Methodist Homes of CT architect Associated Architects size 70,000 sf cost $7.2 million services General Contractor KBE built this Assisted Living facility on a site near the University of Connecticut Health Center in Farming- ton, Connecticut. The 70,000 sf HUD-funded project, provides 84 residential units and all required amenities. The not-for-profit operator has developed a unique Re- spite and Teaching program made possible by the close proximity of the hospital and medical school. The $7.2 million project was completed in ten months.
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