D. Stephenson Construction in conjunction with Moss & Associates completed the first LEED Silver Certified City Hall in Florida. The City of Lauderhill began planning the new building after Hurricane Wilma destroyed the old structure in 2005 and it was discovered the cost of repairs were about the same as an entirely new facility that could better meet the needs of the City.
D. Stephenson Construction, Inc. provided Construction Management at Risk Services for the renovations of the Broward County Mid Rise Office Building. The exterior of the Broward County Mid Rise Building was severely damaged and lost many windows during Hurricane Wilma. D. Stephenson Construction provided construction services to replace the existing exterior windows with a new impact resistant glass curtain-wall system, bringing the building up to the current building code standards.
D. Stephenson Construction, Inc. is currently providing CM at Risk services for the new construction of the Historic Miramar Public Safety Complex. The scope of work includes demolition of the existing Civic Center building to clear site for the new project. The new project is designed as a partial two-story structure of approximately 24,000 SF in total building area to accommodate police functions, as well as, areas for use by the general community. Patrol-related spaces will include: property
D. Stephenson Construction provided Design-Build Services for the City of Lauderhill Police Station. The interior features include a fully-equipped gym area, adjacent locker rooms, as well as a small kitchen, office space, holding cells, and the latest IT technology. Additional scope included a vehicle maintenance bay for repairs, a command center, fitness center and evidence storage facilities.
D. Stephenson Construction provided CM at Risk services for the City of Boca Raton interior build out space for the Public Safety Information Management System (PSIMS) Center. The project consisted of approximately 12,500 SF of interior build out space, including the installation of partition walls, doors, door frames and hardware, millwork, finishes, mechanical, electrical power and lighting distribution, specialty equipment, communications and audio/ visual systems. New security devices and sy
Economically astute, the City of Boca Raton purchased an existing 125,000 SF office/warehouse complex to renovate and expand into a 175,000 sf state-of-the-art POLICE & FIRE TRAINING administration complex. The training center has full A/V and distance learning capabilities. The facility was fully hardened and is able to withstand a Category 5 hurricane and designed to run 24/7 with system redundancy and card access security control. PGAL also Master Planned a south site of 20 acres to accommoda
D. Stephenson Construction is currently providing Construction Management at Risk services for the new construction of this 14.5-million-dollar project. The scope of the project includes AR concrete block & tie beam with membrane roof structure, stucco, stone exterior, drywall partitions, LVT floor, carpet, and ceramic tile. This single-story facility consists of administration areas, meeting rooms, sleeping areas, a kitchen, dining room, laundry, restroom, showers, exterior exercise areas, gard
D. Stephenson Construction, Inc. provided Construction Management at Risk Services for the new construction of the City of Coconut Creek Fire Station No. 50. This work consists of construction of an approximately 11,000 SF, 2- story fire station with two (2) apparatus bays, 8 dormitories, living areas and exercise area. This is a LEED Silver registered project.
D. Stephenson Construction provided CM at Risk Services for the new Fire Station 8 for the City of West Palm Beach. The new Fire Station 8 contains three (3) bays and has house living and working quarters for two (2) full crews and contain an exercise room, workshop, decontamination room and other typical facilities associated with fire stations. The floor area of this station is 10,000 square feet. The station is designed for a Category 4 storm event (140 MPH with 3-second gusts wind speed).
D. Stephenson Construction is providing Construction Manager at Risk services for the Palm Beach County Library System with their 18th library location, the Canyon Branch. Located in the Canyon Town Center at Boynton Beach Boulevard and Lyons Road, the new library will serve the needs of this area’s growing community. This project is being developed in close proximity to the new Canyon District Park. This construction of the more than 33,000 square feet concrete masonry and steel structure libra
D. Stephenson Construction, Inc. provided Construction Management at Risk Services for the new 10,000 SF library which replaced an older 28 year old facility. This library houses 40,000 items collection of books, periodicals, DVDs, audio books CDs and Computer software. The project also included offi ces, circulation area, a private tutoring room, 21 public computers with internet access, wireless internet throughout the building as well as a 75-person capacity multipurpose room.
D. Stephenson Construction provided CM@Risk Services for the new City of Lauderhill Library. This new 10,500 SF library opened in 2004, and is designed in different quadrants containing a children’s section, a computer section with 22 computers, tables and chairs, and shelves of books and audio video materials. The multipurpose room is used by a number of local groups and for various classroom-style sessions.
D. Stephenson Construction provided CM@Risk Services for the new City of Lauderdale Lakes Library. This new two-story, 20,237SF facility was built as part of the redeveloped “New Town Center” of Lauderdale Lakes. The first floor houses the new 10,000SF library, enlarged lobby, an elevator and stairs leading to community rooms and a 75-seat multipurpose room with kitchenette and storage, a group study room, 19 all-purpose public computers lab, a Youth Services area.
D. Stephenson Construction, Inc. provided Design Build Services for the new 10,000 SF library. This Design Build project includes an interlocal agreement between the City and County. The design and construction of improvements are adjacent to Dania Beach City Hall. The library is occupied by the Broward County Library System with a separate section for the Dania Beach’s Friends of the Library. In addition, there is a multi-purpose room for civic functions.
The 10,000SF second floor of the facility contains the new Community Education and Cultural Center. LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, a green building rating system) principles have been used through-out the construction as well as for the selections in the interior.