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  1. 1. 400 BEACH DRIVE<br />ST. PETERSBURG, FLORIDA<br />Multi-Family High Rise Residential <br />29 Stories, 80 Units<br />1 Level Retail, 3 Levels Parking, Amenity Level<br />375,200 SF<br />Type I Construction<br />Senior Project Captain<br />2005 Best Multi-Use Project and the Best Community Impact Presented by the Tampa Bay Business Journal.AGC - 2007 overall project of the year. AGC - 2007 Best project over 30 million.<br />FREDERICK J. LINK<br />OPUS A&E<br />
  2. 2. 400 BEACH DRIVE<br />ST. PETERSBURG, FLORIDA<br />The architecture combines subtle Mediterranean design details with a refined, predominantly glass architecture and open living spaces with expansive balconies to maximize the spectacular views and natural light. The site is adjacent to a beautiful park and waterfront setting and within walking distance to marinas, outdoor cafes, and retail.<br />The podium features retail and restaurant space on the street level, second floor residences, and controlled entry parking.<br />The amenity level features a heated pool, sun deck and outdoor entertaining areas.<br />Indoor amenities including social lounge, game room and media room<br />Private dining room, catering kitchen and wet bar.<br />The health spa features a complete fitness center, steam saunas and treatment rooms<br />FREDERICK J. LINK<br />OPUS A&E<br />
  3. 3. 400 BEACH DRIVE<br />ST. PETERSBURG, FLORIDA<br />FREDERICK J. LINK<br />OPUS A&E<br />
  4. 4. 400 BEACH DRIVE<br />ST. PETERSBURG, FLORIDA<br />FREDERICK J. LINK<br />OPUS A&E<br />
  5. 5. PARK EAST CONDOMINIUMS<br />ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI<br />Multi-Family High Rise Residential <br />26 Stories, 93 Units<br />1 Level Retail, 5 Levels Parking, Amenity Level<br />205,156 SF<br />Type I Construction<br />Senior Project Captain<br />FREDERICK J. LINK<br />OPUS A&E<br />
  6. 6. PARK EAST CONDOMINIUMS<br />ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI<br />The contemporary, art-deco style building has a six-story base structure with a pre-cast and glass exterior and contains street level retail and the condominium lobby with five levels of enclosed, secured parking for residents. The tower portion of the building is situated above the six level base and contains 19 floors of living units and amenity areas. The tower has a window wall exterior with full height glass wall perimeters affording spectacular views.<br />The building amenities include a guest suite, fully equipped exercise room, and a club room which contains a media area, bar, fully equipped kitchen, and lounge areas, all overlooking the roof-top pool, exterior spa, and landscaped terrace with garden arbor.<br />FREDERICK J. LINK<br />OPUS A&E<br />
  7. 7. PARK EAST CONDOMINIUMS<br />ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI<br />FREDERICK J. LINK<br />OPUS A&E<br />
  8. 8. PARK EAST CONDOMINIUMS<br />ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI<br />FREDERICK J. LINK<br />OPUS A&E<br />
  9. 9. WHEATON PROPERTY PARTNERS<br />WHEATON, ILLINOS<br />Office Building and Parking Ramp<br />Office 135,120 SF, 5 Stories, Below Grade Parking<br />Type IIB Construction<br />Parking Ramp 144,130 SF, 3 Levels<br />Type IA Construction<br />Project Architect<br />NAIOP Best of the Best - 2009 Best Office Building<br />2009 PCI Design Award<br />FREDERICK J. LINK<br />OPUS A&E<br />
  10. 10. WHEATON PROPERTY PARTNERS<br />WHEATON, ILLINOS<br />The classic style architectural precast features rusticated surfaces, keystones, cornices and arches. The building&apos;s base is two stories in height and employs a tall arcade on two sides at the ground level to provide covered, pedestrian-friendly circulation alongside shop windows and past the main lobby entrance. A projecting cornice defines the top of the building&apos;s base. The upper three stories employ a series of tall piers that support arched openings. Color contrasting curtain with window framing and spandrels infill the arched openings. A frieze and projecting cornice crown the top of the building.<br />The parking ramp is painted brick patterned precast in a nod to the adjacent historic district brick structures. The precast accent bands and flat arches with keystones picks up the color and detail of the office building<br />FREDERICK J. LINK<br />OPUS A&E<br />
  11. 11. WHEATON PROPERTY PARTNERS<br />WHEATON, ILLINOS<br />FREDERICK J. LINK<br />OPUS A&E<br />
  12. 12. UNIVERSITY OF ST. THOMASSCHULZE HALLMINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA<br />Institutional<br />4 Stories, Below Grade Parking <br />105,300 SF<br />Classrooms, Offices, Dining Hall<br />Type II-A Construction<br />Senior Project Captain<br />FREDERICK J. LINK<br />OPUS A&E<br />
  13. 13. UNIVERSITY OF ST. THOMASSCHULZE HALLMINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA<br />Schulze Hall - or &quot;Schulze School of Entrepreneurship&quot; - serves the undergraduate and graduate entrepreneurial studies.<br />The building is designed to accommodate a variety of entrepreneurial needs such as innovation, creativity and space for experimentation.<br />The new building includes a 330-seat, two-level auditorium that serves as a classroom and presentation room.<br />The building provides a skyway connection from a publicly used parking ramp to the university&apos;s and city&apos;s skyway system. The university made several public safety and security provisions throughout the downtown campus to make the public skyway corridor possible.<br />Schulze Hall also contains a new 480-seat dining area that services the university and downtown community. The new dining space complements a new kitchen and food service renovation in Terrence Murphy Hall connected to Schulze Hall <br />FREDERICK J. LINK<br />OPUS A&E<br />
  14. 14. TAMPA OAKS TWO<br />TEMPLE TERRACE, FLORIDA<br />Office Building<br />Office 107,200 SF, 3 Stories, <br />Type IIB Construction<br />Project Architect<br />NAIOP Best of the Best - 2008 Best Office Building<br />FREDERICK J. LINK<br />OPUS A&E<br />
  15. 15. TAMPA OAKS TWO<br />TEMPLE TERRACE, FLORIDA<br />Tampa Oaks II is the second office building within a master planned mixed-use park. The site is 15 miles from downtown Tampa. Located in Temple Terrace (Tampa) Florida, the park includes a hotel and 234 residential units. <br /> <br />Building features of this three-story, 103,996 square foot office building include large, efficient floor plates (35,000 +/- SF) and energy efficient, reflective windows. The lobby features high quality finishes throughout.<br />  <br />Surface parking will accommodate approximately 535 spaces (5.0/1,000).<br />FREDERICK J. LINK<br />OPUS A&E<br />
  16. 16. COLLEGE OF ST. CATHERINESTUDENT APARTMENTSST. PAUL, MINNESOTA<br />Multi-Family Residential <br />4 Stories, 78 Units<br />Commons Area, Student Lounges<br />91,000 SF<br />Type V-A Construction<br />Senior Project Captain<br />Selected by University Business magazine as a Dorm of Distinction.<br />FREDERICK J. LINK<br />OPUS A&E<br />
  17. 17. COLLEGE OF ST. CATHERINESTUDENT APARTMENTSST. PAUL, MINNESOTA<br /> The buildings are designed as two four-story wings connected by a <br />single-story visitation commons area. The commons area features a gas fireplace, seminar room, kitchen, reception desk and spacious lounge. <br />Both halls offer a variety of four-bedroom units totaling 290 beds, <br />and each residence floor includes a lounge space, study room, <br />computer lab, a community kitchen and laundry facilities.<br />FREDERICK J. LINK<br />OPUS A&E<br />
  18. 18. COLLEGE OF ST. CATHERINESTUDENT CENTERST. PAUL, MINNESOTA<br />Institutional<br />5 Stories<br />Classrooms, offices, lounges, food service, and ballroom.<br />91,100 SF<br />Type 1-FR Construction<br />Project Captain<br />FREDERICK J. LINK<br />OPUS A&E<br />
  19. 19. COLLEGE OF ST. CATHERINESTUDENT CENTERST. PAUL, MINNESOTA<br />This project was designed to integrate the social, academic and spiritual aspects of student life in one location. The new facility joins the existing St. Joseph’s Hall (1954) and library (1960) into one building complex with the new name of &quot;Couer de Catherine.&quot;<br />The primary exterior materials of red brick and Kasota limestone, which are found throughout the campus, unify the new and existing buildings into one cohesive structure.<br />The new facility is tied to the historic chapel by an enclosed bridge, which still allows pedestrian traffic to pass below between the central quadrangle and the Tear Drop pond.<br />The completed complex includes the expanded library, tutoring center, classrooms, student organization offices, campus food services, lounge spaces and a nightclub. The third floor ballroom features high vaulted ceilings, state of the art sound and lighting systems, and great views of the campus and Minneapolis skyline.<br />FREDERICK J. LINK<br />OPUS A&E<br />
  20. 20. COLLEGE OF ST. CATHERINESTUDENT CENTERST. PAUL, MINNESOTA<br />FREDERICK J. LINK<br />OPUS A&E<br />
  21. 21. ACADEMY OF HOLY ANGELSHIGH SCHOOL EXPANSIONRICHFIELD, MINNESOTA<br />Institutional<br />3 Stories<br />Classrooms 47,700 SF<br />Gymnasium / Convocation Center 28,000 SF<br />Type II-B Construction<br />Senior Project Captain<br />FREDERICK J. LINK<br />OPUS A&E<br />
  22. 22. ACADEMY OF HOLY ANGELSHIGH SCHOOL EXPANSIONRICHFIELD, MINNESOTA<br />The Academy of Holy Angels is a private high school constructed in 1931. It is a beautiful Gothic-style building set on a heavily treed site with expansive front lawn.<br /> <br />This expansion includes a 23,000-square-foot Gymnasium/Convocation Center, which provides multiple courts for athletics and physical education classes, as well as bleacher seating for 1,400 spectators for athletic events and other school gatherings. The balance of the new space is a three-story building housing new locker rooms, weight room, concessions, trainer and a large lobby on the first floor. The second and third floors provide new classrooms, lecture hall, computer classroom, media studio and student locker bays.<br />FREDERICK J. LINK<br />OPUS A&E<br />

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