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  1. 1. 1100 Queensborough Blvd., Suite 202 ! Mt Pleasant, SC 29464ph. 843-284-0400 www.brittpeters.com fax 843-284-0401
  2. 2. F I R M P R O F I L E A History of Engineering Excellence Britt, Peters and Associates (BPA) has been a leader in structural and civil engineering for over 40 years. With an extensive portfolio of private and public sector projects, our multidisciplinary team displays a unique business savvy in how we take projects from concept to competition. Along the way, we do so with innovation, efficiency, and a passion for service and responsiveness. We’ve helped plan, design and project-manage thousands of challenging projects for clients with stringent budget, schedule and quality requirements. Our multidisciplinary staff works collaboratively with clients on a local, regional, and national basis across a variety of industries. Who We Serve Over four decades, Britt Peters and its principals have provided structural and civil engineering services to leading architects, contractors and developers, as well as many of America’s top companies. These include McDonald’s USA, Darden Restaurants, Clemson University, TD Bank, Charter Communications, ALDI USA and dozens of others. National License Registration Licensed in 46 states, we serve clients from our three office locations, Greenville (headquarters), South Carolina, Charleston, South Carolina and Norfolk, Virginia. Our Team Britt Peters’ registered professional engineers and support team are responsible for designing structures and site work for a wide range of building types and physical infrastructure networks. Our highly credentialed staff is affiliated with professional organizations including the American Society for Civil Engineers (ASCE), American Concrete Institute (ACI), American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC), National Council of Examiners for Engineering & Surveying (NCEES), Precast Concrete Institute (PCI) and American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC). Company Leadership The firm is owned and operated by five principals – Mark Peters, Jason McDonald, John Connelly, Steven Dover, and David Impson – all professional engineers, and all sharing the same philosophy. We take a business perspective to engineering solutions, treating every dollar as if it were our own. And we do so with a service ethic that clients often tell us is distinctive, enjoyable and refreshing. Mark B. Peters, P.E., President and Principal C. Jason McDonald, P.E., S.E., Vice President and Principal John Connelly, P.E., LEED® AP, Vice President and Principal Steven Dover, P.E., Vice President and Principal David Impson, P.E., S.E., C.E. Vice President and Principal For more information on how Britt Peters can serve you, visit www.brittpeters.com
  3. 3. P R O J E C T S P O T L I G H TOWNERRiv erwalk LLC Riverwalk at RiverplaceSERVICES RENDERED Greenville, SCStructural EngineeringSTRUCTURE TYPE Britt, Peters prov ided structural serv ices to the dev eloper for their continuing dev elopmentDiv ersakore/Steel Frame and of the Riv erwalk multi-use location in the rev amped West End of Greenv ille.Hollow Core PlankCHALLENGE BPA worked in a ‘fluid’ manner to coordinate with the design changes throughout theDesigning while being built, project. The location on a small lot in downtown Greenv ille prov ided a set of challengesaggressiv e schedule, tight site leading to the building being within inches of the property line.conditions, and designchanges. This multi-use establishment is Greenv ille’s first structure to be constructed with Div ersakoreSIZEGround Floor – 10,671 SF beams and columns. The project, on a shallow foundation, consists of Div ersakoreApartments (2nd-5th) – 55,951 SF composite framing system with hollow core plank, and hollow structural sections (HSS)Office (6th-7th) – 20,078 SF which cantilev er off of the building to structure the ‘fin’ feature.Total – 86,700 SFCONSTRUCTION AMOUNT$9,470,000ARCHITECTMcMillan Pazdan SmithCONTRACTORTriangle ConstructionCOMPLETION YEAR2012 For more informat ion on how Britt Peters can serve you, visit www.brittpeters.com
  4. 4. P R O J E C T S P O T L I G H TOWNERDHD Ventures Hilton Garden Inn – Historical RenovationSERVICES RENDERED Rochester, NYStructural Design. Britt, Peters and Associates provided structural design services for the renovation of thisSTRUCTURE TYPE historic building. Due to the change of occupancy, the existing structural elements hadExisting 6-story multi-wythe brickbuilding built in 1924 off Main to be rehabilitated to meet the requirements of the current building code. In addition, aStreet. Included in the scope four story, steel framed structure was added at the rear of the property.was a 4-story steel-framedaddition and a new atrium cut The primary challenge for this project was the understanding the existing structuralinto the existing building. system. Fortunately we had existing drawings that identified the Bethlehem steel shapesSIZE and the Carnegie steel shapes. We incorporated this information into our building100,000 SF model, allowing us to modify the building as required.ARCHITECTThe RBA Group Another challenge was rehabilitating the existing stability system. Interior concrete shearCONTRACTOR walls were added at the core elements and chases were cut into the existing brickTBD masonry so that vertical reinforcing could be added. At each floor and roof slab,COMPLETION YEAR2014 special detailing was required to anchor the exterior walls to the diaphragm. For more information on how Britt Peters can serve you, visit www.brittpeters.com
  5. 5. P R O J E C T S P O T L I G H TOWNERPrimesouth Capital Holdings 466 King Street – People MatterSERVICES RENDERED Charleston, SCStructural Design. Britt, Peters and Associates provided structural design services for this mixed use buildingSTRUCTURE TYPE that will house residential units over a leasable retail space. This project required theExisting 3-story multi-wythe brickbearing walls, wood framed rehabilitation of an existing historical building that faces King Street. A four story, steelfloors and roof, with the framed structure located at the rear of the property was also part of this project. Theaddition of a roof top terrace primary challenge for this project was the changing of the roof system of the existingand new 4-story steel framedportion building to support a roof top terrace. This required an independent steel frame withinSIZE the existing building to limit the impact of the increased weight and seismic loads on the16,000 SF existing building.ARCHITECTSchmitt Walker Architects In addition to the changes to the existing roof framing, another challenge was due toCONTRACTOR the existing building actually being two structures with different floor elevations. All theBlanchard Construction existing floor framing was planned to be removed and replaced with a steel andCOMPLETION YEAR concrete floor system while keeping the interior multi-wythe brick wall intact. These2013 structural modifications forced the two existing buildings to become a single structure with the rear four story element being the final piece to the puzzle. For more information on how Britt Peters can serve you, visit www.brittpeters.com
  6. 6. P R O J E C T S P O T L I G H TOWNERColonial Properties Trust Colonial Reserve at South EndSERVICES RENDERED Charlotte, NCStructural Design Britt, Peters and Associates provided structural design services for a 4-story apartmentSTRUCTURE TYPE complex located in Charlotte, NC. This project utilized a combination of constructionWood framed multi-family.Portions were precast hollow materials including wood, hollow core concrete, and steel.core planks supported by deepsteel trusses One of the primary challenges was coordinating the apartment portion of the projectSIZE with a precast concrete parking deck, both of which were founded on geopiers.400,000 SF - 352 units Another challenge was the tight sight and the stringent clearance requirements for theARCHITECT fire truck access to the parking garage.JDavis ArchitectsCONTRACTORColonial ConstructionCOMPLETION YEAR2013 For more information on how Britt Peters can serve you, visit www.brittpeters.com
  7. 7. P R O J E C T S P O T L I G H TOWNERClemson University Doug Kingsmore Baseball StadiumSERVICES RENDERED Addition and RenovationStructural Design Clemson, SCSTRUCTURE TYPEMasonry and steel framing A major upgrade at Clemson’s Tiger Field transformed the Doug Kingsmore Stadium into one of the premier college stadiums in the nation. In addition to a new façade, theCHALLENGETo incorporate existing facility comprehensive renovation and expansion included an all-new press box and updatedinto the new design VIP suites; new ticket booths and seating; expanded dugouts and revamped bullpen; newSIZE indoor batting cages; new batter’s eye; and new concessions and restroom facilities.3,800 seats plus VIP suites, withadditional space for 2,500 Britt, Peters and Associates provided the structural design and details for the $4 millionspectators along left field line project, which significantly increased the stadium’s capacity. The stadium nowCONSTRUCTION AMOUNT accommodates a total of 6,000 people — 3,800 permanent seats with additional$4 million space for approximately 2,500 spectators in the grassy area along the left-field line.ARCHITECTHOK Sport One of the biggest structural design challenges was to incorporate the existing facilityCONTRACTOR into the new design. This was accomplished with thoughtful planning. For example,Yeargin Construction (now following demolition of the existing press box, new seating was added in its place. TheYeargin Potter Shackelford) press box’s media terrace and its roof system is now cantilevered over the existingCOMPLETION YEAR2003 and 2009 stands to provide a true separation between the existing and new structural systems. Both the foundations and the new columns were specially designed and located to ensure existing construction was not affected. This project used a combination of concrete masonry load-bearing walls and structural-steel frames built on a pile foundation. The media terrace features composite steel construction with exposed concrete. The roof system consists of a 3-D structural-steel truss system with a steel deck. The ticket booths and concession stands utilize masonry construction, and the batter’s cages are steel-framed. Doug Kingsmore, for whom the facility is named, was a star player on Clemson’s 1954 ACC Championship baseball team. For more information on how Britt Peters can serve you, visit www.brittpeters.com
  8. 8. T H E C H A R L E S T O N E X P E R I E N C E Horry Georgetown Technical College Myrtle Beach, South Carolina New Health Sciences Building Addition to Speir Building Services were provided for a two-story, steel framed educational building with a construction budget of $6.1 million. Early College High - Building 400 Services were provided for a two-story, steel framed educational building with a construction budget of $9.4 million. Roper Hospital - Downtown/ Bon Secours St Francis Hospital/ Roper St Francis Cross Creek Village Charleston, South Carolina Services were provided for the renovation and modification to three existing campuses. The specific renovations include: • Operating Room Renovation on the 7th floor; • Emergency Room Expansion – added 2nd floor; • UPS/ MDS system added to 4th floor; • Cyberknife bunker; • New Mechanical/ Chiller Platform; • Medical Equipment Boom Support;PROJECT EXPERTISE • Imaging Equipment Relocation;Britt Peters has a diverse staff of • Patient Lifts;engineers, each with extensive • Morgue;knowledge on the various • Oncology CT Scan Project;structural systems. This allows us • MRI equipment; andto cater our design to the • MedCarousel Equipment in Pharmacy.specific needs of the client. William Jennings Bryan Dorn VA Medical Center Columbia, South Carolina Services included: • Freedom Health Center • Community Living Center, Phase II and Phase III • Handicap Access to Building 100A, which included elevator shafts, and vestibule addition; • 1500 square foot expansion to the West of building 100A; • Expansion of the existing steam line tunnel; • Partial renovation of Building 8, Boiler Room/ Coal Bin which includes the removal of an existing train rail system; and • Partial renovation of Building 9 College of Charleston – New Residence Hall Charleston, South Carolina Services were provided for a seven-story, post-tensioned concrete building for student housing with a construction budget of $17.0 million. Berkeley Electric Cooperative Awendaw, South Carolina Services were being provided for a new 15,000 SF single story masonry office building and 50,000 SF steel framed warehouse with a 2500 SF mezzanine with a construction budget of $9.0 million. Civic Projects in Charleston County Charleston County, South Carolina Services included: • Fire Museum – North Charleston • St John’s Fire District Headquarters • St John’s Fire Station #3; • St Paul’s Fire Department Maintenance Building • St Paul’s Fire Station Expansion • Mount Pleasant Senior Center, Phases I and II • North Charleston Community Center • Miner Crosby Community Center continued
  9. 9. C H A R L E S T O N School Projects in Georgetown CountyE X P E R I E N C E Georgetown County, South CarolinaC O N T I N U E D Services included: • Kensington Elementary Addition; • Maryville Elementary School Addition and Reroofing; • McDonald Elementary School Addition; Forensic Services were provided for: • Georgetown Middle School • Georgetown High School • Rosemary Middle School • Sampit Elementary School Mount Pleasant Square Mount Pleasant, South Carolina Services were provided for a mixed-use project with 237 residential units, 43,000 SF of retail space, and 1 parking deck. Beaufort Town Center and Jean Ribault Square Beaufort, South Carolina Services were provided for a new 3-story 33,000 SF retail/office building and a 2-story 36,000 SF retail/ office building. The Fogel Wharf Georgetown, South Carolina The Fogel Wharf recalls the history and serenity of living in downtown historic Georgetown, South Carolina’s third oldest city. This beautifully planned development affords its owners a truly unique lifestyle in the heart of this historic seaport town. Structural engineering services for the partial renovation of an existing building built in 1907. Renovation elements include repair of moisture damage and long term serviceability of the existing first floor. Morris Square Charleston, South Carolina Morris Square includes 64 residences, two city parks, a corner open-air piazza and commercial space. The homes at Morris Square featured a mix of cottages, row houses, condominiums and standalone houses ranging in size from 900 to 2,000 square feet. They incorporated traditional design schemes and building materials found elsewhere in downtown Charleston. The commercial portion of the structures were located within the base flood elevation; therefore, the ground floor structural system consisted of cast-in-place concrete slab and walls which had to be dry floodproofed. This included the design of flood shields. The remaining floors of the commercial building were designed using structural steel frames with cold-formed structural steel studs used as infill. Legacy Medical Center 6 Okatie Center Blvd, Okatie, Beaufort County, South Carolina Legacy Medical Center is a highly visible brand new 75,000 SF facility comprised of 6 buildings from 9000 sf - 15,000 sf situated on a 10 acre campus. This facility is designed for and will include diagnostics & imaging, physical therapy, pediatric, cardiology, eye care, plastic surgery, and other outpatient services and additional physician offices. Black Creek Mountain Club House, Phase I and II Chattanooga, Tennessee Services were provided for a new pro shop and the existing golf club house was expanded and renovated. State Farm Buildings Charleston and Beaufort, South Carolina Services were provided for two new two-story commercial buildings. For more information on how Britt Peters can serve you, visit www.brittpeters.com
  10. 10. A P A R T M E N T / M U I L T I F A M I L Y P R O J E C T E X P E R I E N C E Colonial Grand at Goldey Station Pooler, Georgia 288 residential units. Wood floor and roof trusses supported on wood stud bearing walls on a post-tensioned concrete slab-on-grade foundation. Colonial Grand at Matthews Commons Matthews, North Carolina 270 residential units. Wood floor and roof trusses supported on wood stud bearing walls on a post-tensioned concrete slab-on-grade foundation. Colonial Reserve at South End Charlotte, North Carolina 352 residential units. Wood floor and roof trusses supported on wood stud bearing walls on a geopier foundation. The Landing at Southpointe, Phase I Durham, North Carolina 60 residential units. Wood floor and roof trusses supported on wood stud bearing walls on a concrete slab-on-grade foundation.PROJECT EXPERTISE The Yards at NoDaBritt Peters is a progressive firm Charlotte, North Carolinaand looks to pursue innovative 339 residential units. Wood floor and roof trusses supported on wood stud bearing walls onyet cost-effective strategies for a post-tensioned concrete slab-on-grade foundation.the design of projects. Woodfield Village at the Park Cary, North Carolina 276 residential units. Wood floor and roof trusses supported on wood stud bearing walls on a concrete slab-on-grade foundation. Woodfield – South Point Charleston, South Carolina 240 residential units. Wood floor and roof trusses supported on wood stud bearing walls on a concrete slab-on-grade foundation. Colonial Grand at Randal Park Orlando, Florida 462 residential units. Wood floor and roof trusses supported on wood stud bearing walls on a post-tensioned concrete slab-on-grade foundation. Main Street Square Holly Springs, North Carolina 172 residential units. Wood floor and roof trusses supported on wood stud bearing walls on a concrete slab-on-grade foundation. Waterford at the Park Huntersville, North Carolina 226 residential units. Wood floor and roof trusses supported on wood stud bearing walls on a post-tensioned concrete slab-on-grade foundation. Abberly Village Apartments Columbia, South Carolina 304 residential units. Wood floor and roof trusses supported on wood stud bearing walls on a post-tensioned concrete slab-on-grade foundation. Abberly Crossing Apartments Charleston, South Carolina 320 residential units. Wood floor and roof trusses supported on wood stud bearing walls on a post-tensioned concrete slab-on-grade foundation. Meridian at Wakefield Raleigh, North Carolina 369 residential units. Wood floor and roof trusses supported on wood stud bearing walls on a post-tensioned concrete slab-on-grade foundation. For more information on how Britt Peters can serve you, visit www.brittpeters.com
  11. 11. H O S P I T A L I T Y P R O J E C T E X P E R I E N C E Courtyard/ Residence Inn Raleigh, North Carolina JASON MCDONALD New 5-story building with an estimated cost of construction to be $18.8 million Partner in charge of the Hampton Inn Charleston office, has Norwich, Connecticut aggressively built a niche in Renovation of an existing 6-story building. the hospitality industry Hilton Garden Inn through timely and cost- Wallingford, Connecticut effective structural design of Renovation of an existing 6-story building. major hotels. Hilton Garden Inn – Historical Renovation Rochester, New York Conversion and Renovation of an existing 6-story building built in 1924. Hampton Inn Daniel Island, South Carolina Renovation/ addition to an existing 4-story building. Vendue Inn – Historical Renovation Charleston, South Carolina Renovation of an existing 4-story building built during the late 1700’s . CSU Wingate Inn North Charleston, South Carolina New 4-story building Hampton Inn & Suites Jacksonville, North Carolina New 4-story, wood-framed building with 110 units. Hilton Garden Inn Carborro, North Carolina New 5-story, concrete building with an estimated cost of construction to be $8.8 million and 140 units Holiday Inn Express Augusta, Georgia New 5-story building with 86 units. Springhill Suites Charlotte, North Carolina New 5-story building with 124 units. Aquatic Center and Arcade Connector for Hope Lake Lodge and Conference Center Cortland, New York Addition to an existing building Hilton Garden Inn Concord, North Carolina New 6-story building with 118 units and a Pavilion Holiday Inn Huntersville, North Carolina New 5-story building with 148 units and a Ball Room Courtyard Marriott Charlotte, North Carolina Addition of 57 units and an entrance/ registration building For more information on how Britt Peters can serve you, visit www.brittpeters.com
  12. 12. E X E C U T I V E P R O F I L E C. Jason McDonald, P.E., S.E. Vice President and Principal Jason McDonald is a principal of Britt, Peters and Associates with primary responsibility for managing the firm’s Charleston, SC branch office. A significant portion of his professional work has involved providing structural design and drawings for a wide range of industrial, commercial, educational, institutional, residential and military projects. Jason has specific expertise in the areas of structural steel, concrete, heavy timber, and masonry design. He contributes extensive experience in coastal construction for commercial and residential applications which has led to a variety of innovative design solutions for withstanding hurricane force winds and wave action. In addition he specializes in seismic design and evaluating and rehabilitating existing buildings. Education B.S., Civil Engineering Clemson University (1994) Registrations (Professional Engineer) Alabama Georgia Illinois North Carolina South Carolina Certifications Model Law Structural Engineer; NCEES Lc #19221 Memberships American Society of Civil Engineers International Code Council Structural Engineers Association of South Carolina Structural Engineering Institute American Institute of Steel Construction Contact (843) 284.0400 cjmcdonald@brittpeters.com For more information on how Britt Peters can serve you, visit www.brittpeters.com

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