Multi-Discipline Engineering for New Fitness Center

GATEWAY MOTION AND FITNESS

GATEWAY MOTION AND FITNESS

 

Gateway Motion and Fitness

Lewes, Delaware

Spotts, Stevens and McCoy has been engaged with the Owners of Midway Fitness since 2012, performing a building energy audit, expansion feasibility projects for their existing facility located in Rehoboth DE. After their decision to relocate, SSM was engaged to provide due diligence and concept planning for alternate sites with existing structures and ultimately, the greenfield site selected for development of a new facility, Gateway Motion and Fitness. Due diligence and concept planning included site and civil engineering, and multi-disciplinary building systems.

SSM is partnered with Ambit Architecture to provide professional services to develop new building design from Programming through Construction Documentation and has been further engaged as the Owner’s representative and Project Manager. The project is currently in Design Development Phase. Basis of Design calls for a 48,000 square foot multi-level facility with diverse programmatic needs for fitness, aquatics, physical therapy and administration.

SSM technical services include: structural design, mechanical, plumbing, fire protection and electrical design and Project Management services to coordinate the efforts of the architectural design work of Ambit Architecture, the engineering design teams and the pre-construction services of Wohlsen Construction.

 

Multi-Disciplined, Indefinite Delivery Contract

Multi-Disciplined, Indefinite Delivery Contract

SSM has supported several teams to serve in a multi-disciplinary way to the Department of Architecture and Preservation (DAP) of the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission (PHMC) since 1995.

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Source Water Protection Model Used to Evaluate Possible Pipeline Leak

Source Water Protection Model Used to Evaluate Possible Pipeline Leak

As part of an approved Source Water Protection Plan, SSM created a three-dimensional groundwater flow model to determine the direction and time-of-travel of groundwater entering the supply wells.  Within one hour of receiving the information of the possible pipeline leak, SSM’s lead computer modeler was able to determine a predicted groundwater flow path that a contaminant would take upon entering the groundwater aquifer.  

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