Architecture Services Term Agreement for Maintenance Facilities
C&S designed maintenance facilities for use by New York State parks and regional maintenance staff including:
Rockefeller State Park Preserve—C&S designed the phased development of storage facilities and a new parking area. The architectural features of the existing visitor complex were used to establish the aesthetic character of the maintenance building. Construction of Phase 1, a 750-square-foot heated storage facility, was completed in 2019. Phase 2, an approximately 1,560-square-foot, two-bay, unheated storage facility will be constructed in 2020. Phase 3, currently in design, will include the development of a 75-space parking area and new vehicle circulation patterns to accommodate tractor trailers used for film shoots. Sustainability elements include accommodation for future roof-mounted solar panels, bio retention swales for stormwater management, EV charging stations, and dark sky compliant lighting.
Letchworth State Park—C&S is leading a consultant team to provide architectural and engineering design services for the development of a new 10,000-square-foot North Maintenance Facility. The building’s support space includes offices, restrooms, break room, and lockers. The overall site design includes shared infrastructure to accommodate a future police station, including a 950,000-gallon pond to provide firefighting capacity and stormwater management. Sustainability elements include roof-mounted solar panels, a geothermal system, and bio retention swales for storm water management.
Allegany State Park—C&S is leading the architectural and engineering design for the development of a new 13,000-square-foot regional maintenance facility. The building’s 2,900-square-foot support space includes offices, restrooms, break room, and lockers.