From governmental facilities - local government, Department of Defense, National Institutes of Health, Veterans Administration - to commercial, hospitality, institutional, and historic renovation, NuTec's team has a deep portfolio of experience beyond our Core Markets.
This unique project provided NuTec's architecture and MEP group the opportunity to design one of the largest hospitals in Afghanistan. The 96-bed hospital was designed under an expedited schedule, and NuTec worked with the US Army Corps of Engineers Afghanistan Engineering District. Unique to the country, this hospital also contains health care areas for women.
NuTec's architectural group designed three billeting building to house 1,000 officers and soldiers in the Middle East. The two-story buildings range in size from 3,400 m2 to 3,900 m2, and our firm worked with the US Army Corps of Engineers, Middle East District.
Fully-integrated architectural and engineering design for a new Community-Based Outpatient Clinic (CBOC) adjacent to the Kimbrough Ambulatory Care Center at Fort Meade. The healthcare facility includes multiple general and psychiatric exam rooms, clinical laboratory, and spaces for ophthalmological and audiological examination. It was also designed to be the first LEED Silver Certified CBOC in the country.
NuTec has provided integrated architecture and engineering design for three renovation projects at the Coatesville VAMC. These included a new psychiatric long-term care facility within an existing building, renovations of existing space for Alzheimer’s care, and creation of a new central pharmacy for the campus.
Throughout our history, NuTec has been involved with many banking projects, including development of a new prototype branch for a regional bank. Subsequently, NuTec was retained to site-adapt this bank in the inaugural application of the new prototype.
NuTec has gained a reputation for creative adaptive reuse projects, like this re-purposing of an existing, vacant warehouse into a new community college building with classrooms, offices, labs, library, bookstore, and common areas.
After acquiring a competitor radio station, the owners of this building commissioned NuTec to provide integrated design and construction services to expand the facility and add several new studios.
NuTec was commissioned to design this new 11,500 sq. ft. police facility for a Maryland municipality. Spaces include offices, armory, processing, evidence lock-up, holding, and storage rooms as well as a three-bay sallyport.
This project entailed creative design for a proposed new 43,000 sq. ft. natatorium with Olympic pool, seating for 500 spectators, and outdoor "sprayground." To meet the owner's sustainability goals, the facility was designed to LEED Platinum standards.
Full engineering and interior design services, as well as owner's representative throughout construction, for a major new 107,000 sq. ft. sanctuary building with seating for 2,700 people. Essentially a "performing arts church," known for its theatrical programs, the building contains a one-million watt Broadway-grade sound system and one-million watt theatrical lighting system.