Join us in raising a glass to Transport Brewery, one of our Shawnee, Kan., projects. The brewery will open in September 2018 serving 12-18 beers and it established a first-year goal of producing 300-400 barrels. Read more about Transport Brewery in the Shawnee Mission Post or Kansas City Business Journal. We are proud to partner with Tevis Architects and Construction Designworks on this project.
In January 2018, Black Dirt opened in the South Plaza neighborhood of Kansas City, MO. The owner and chef, Johnathan Justus, received a James Beard nomination for his food from his first restaurant, Justus Drugstore, located in Smithville, MO. When you visit Black Dirt you can enjoy a meal created with locally sourced ingredients while sitting under a tree root turned chandelier, designed by Justus himself. The restaurant is located inside of 51Main, a $40 million apartment and retail development. We had a blast being a part of the team that designed this much anticipated restaurant!
For the entire article and photos from the Kansas City Business Journal, click here.
The historic Brookfield Building at 101 W. 11th Street in Kansas City, MO reopened on December 15th after being vacant for a decade. The 12-story historic tower will operate as an 118-room Hotel Indigo and 27-unit Fairfax Lofts. The building will have a fitness center and a restaurant, Dott Boss Cocktails & Coffee. The hotel and lofts will carry out a transportation theme honoring the building’s past uses as a Santa Fe Railroad ticketing office and administrative offices for the Fairfax Municipal Airport in Kansas City, KS. We created the mechanical and plumbing designs for this historic restoration project.
Hoss & Brown Engineers is proud to be a member of the renovation team for New England Lofts LLC in Downtown Kansas City. This project, highlighted in the Kansas City Business Journal, was a $9 million apartment conversion. It includes seven stories and 32 apartments that have upscale finishes and original remnants to preserve and revive the building’s historical story in the city’s landscape. Our firm designed the HVAC system and we partnered with SWD Architects and Rau Construction. Click on the photo below to view the Business Journal’s slideshow.
Another million plus square foot warehouse/distribution center is under construction. Thank you Hobby Lobby for allowing us to once again be part of your team for your campus projects.
Read more from the NewsOK website: Hobby Lobby is one big arts and crafts project in progress
PHOTO BY CHRIS LANDSBERGER, THE OKLAHOMAN
Featured on KSHB41, the Blenheim community will soon include a revitalized school repurposed into 52 affordable apartments for seniors ages 55 and up.
Hoss & Brown Engineers is excited to team up on this unique project in Kansas City, Missouri. Construction will begin in the fall of 2017. This is part of the Kansas City school district’s repurposing initiative.
The Blenheim school was built in 1924 and closed 8 years ago. The Sunflower Development Group is transforming this vacant building into a revitalized center for housing, which is welcomed by those living in the community near 71st and Prospect.
Casey Steiner, vice president, and Joel Meddings, senior designer, are leading the engineering team. This project is extra special to our team because Joel attended Kindergarten at Blenheim. Other design and construction partners include Rau Construction, Rosemann & Associates, and Rodriguez Mechanical.
Hoss & Brown would like to welcome Dr. Brent Wood and his staff to their new facility. Our team was the MEP engineer for the tenant finish. Thank you for allowing us the opportunity to work with you and your team.
The addition to this existing facility includes 8 new, large classrooms; 4 second floor training observatories for training parents, college and career students, and interns; a sensory stimulation room; assistive technology room; a large therapy gym; and administrative offices.
The Little Light House is a nonprofit organization that serves children and families with special needs in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Visit The Little Light House’s website for a virtual tour.
Thank you for the opportunity for Hoss & Brown Engineers to be involved in this amazing facility.
Image provided by Mike Hughes Architects.
This project is finally finished and it is truly amazing to tour. Thank you to Hobby Lobby for allowing us to provide the Mechanical/Electrical Engineering on this project.
View a slideshow of construction shots taken by Paul B. Sutherland and posted on the NewsOK website: Hobby Lobby building massive warehouse in southwest Oklahoma City