Around the Clock Home Health Care Services provides in-home nursing services for individuals who require day-to-day care or must undergo a prolonged convalescence. This team of dedicated professionals outgrow their existing facilities and required a new home. Blackney Hayes Architects designed a new facility that includes administrative office space and training facility. The building is two stories with approximately 15 spaces of gated, off-street parking.
Seeking to spur economic growth and attract both local and regional audiences, the developers envisioned redeveloping the Camden waterfront into a family-oriented recreational atmosphere, as well as providing mixed-use development opportunities for the businesses. The Camden Ferry Terminal Building is a prominent waterfront landmark and will contribute to the revitalization effort of the area. The Terminal Building is a 4-story, class A, 105,000 SF commercial facility.
A Preservation Alliance Award Winner, the Wharf at Rivertown marks the beginning of revitalization along the Chester riverfront. The project involved the reuse of a power generating plant into a modern office park along the Delaware River. While much of the structure had to be reconfigured to accommodate corporate use, the building retained significant historic elements, creating a modern office space with the details and charms of a former era.
Located on City Line Avenue, the building had to stand out amongst the Avenue giants like NBC 10 headquarters. The building was demolished to its foundation. BHA covered the supporting structure with a new aluminum curtain wall system, incorporating glass walls and metal sunscreens to create a clean, contemporary look. A unique “fin wall” supports the building’s signage and serves as a prologue to the dramatic 3-story vestibule entryway.
The former three-century old Simpson Paper Mill was selected for conversion into a new office campus. Our approach was to interfere as little as possible with the original fabric, allowing this raw beauty to shine through. By leaving ductwork, wiring and sprinkler piping exposed, we simplified some of these systems to help the budget, while contributing to the high tech look desired by today’s companies.
American Metro, a former American Standard manufacturing plant, was selected for conversion into Class A offices. The renovated facility features historic elements that were preserved from the existing structure, combined with modern improvements. Existing kilns, terracotta exterior tile, mosaic work, exposed brick walls, along with exposed duct work, large windows and skylights create an elegant, contemporary workplace.