Elevar provided a design for a build-to-suite opportunity with Urban Sites for the Greenup Street Office at Roebling Pointe. Our commitment to the City of Covington is evident in our recent projects such as the Kenton County Administration Building and The Hayden. We are excited about helping our partners to grow the neighborhood!
“We wanted to be in a place where we could make an impact...We wanted to be in a place that improved our efficiency and effectiveness and made a statement about who we are, what we stand for and what we believe in.”
Our planning work with Kroger resulted in the renovations of several of their corporate offices, to include Plaza II in Blue Ash, OH. The two-story office building, constructed in 1980, functioned without an elevator until recent workplace re-organizations prioritized the need. Previous renovation projects attempted to incorporate traditional interior core construction, but the loss of usable area and negative impact to the schedule and budget eliminated it each time. In order to keep the project on schedule and align with budget, our team designed a new, prefabricated hydraulic elevator situated on the exterior of the building near the main entrance.
"While the conversion of downtown office towers to apartments has been going on in Cincinnati for years, and continues today, this project is unique because it is the first conversion of office space to apartments at this scale."
"One of Greater Cincinnati’s largest general contractors, and one of the region’s largest minority-owned firms, is expanding its headquarters. Megen Construction Co. is more than tripling the size of its Forest Park headquarters. The general contractor will renovate and expand its existing space at 11130 Ashburn Road to 11,000 square feet."
Many Cincinnati businesses are reconfiguring their spaces to encourage employees to return to the office. Among these building upgrades is the 1990's downtown landmark, the Scripps Center, of which Elevar has completed renovations to its lobby. Interior upgrades were made to the lighting and furniture, and all public areas were modernized.
Five Rivers Health Centers held a Topping Out Ceremony on May 25th to celebrate the last steel beam placed in the upcoming consolidated medical office building project! As the 10th largest Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) in Ohio, Five Rivers provides access to quality, respectful care for their patients in and around the Dayton community.
Elevar is working on a new medical facility with services for both the University of Dayton community and the greater community, coming in summer 2022 on south Brown Street.
Sanders Development Group LLC, a Black-owned commercial real estate development firm, is working on the redevelopment of three parcels located near the neighborhood’s historic Peebles Corner. Elevar Design Group is the architect for the project on Curtis Street, involving a complete renovation.
The COVID-19 pandemic has had little effect in generating new design thinking relative to workplace environments or products. Instead, the pandemic has accelerated the adoption of planning, design, cultural, operational, equipment, material, technological, custodial, and administrative norms for companies and their workplace.
Companies need spaces that are flexible to market need, adaptable to rapidly changing technologies, and responsive to executive operating strategies. Our design team uses a versatile response to business evolution.
Opened in 2019, this century-old former brewery is now home to Kenton County's Government offices. It recieved an Adaptive Reuse Award from the Cincinnati Preservation Association.
With the clients' goal to remain a Class A office building in the CBD in downtown Cincinnati, we are working on upgrades to the lobby, amenity spaces, fitness center, and security systems at the Scripps Center.
As the nation plans for the re-opening of the economy and transition of employees back into the workplace, Facility Managers should understand their role in keeping employees healthy. Our report examines how the workplace may be adapted to better protect employees from infectious disease.