This renovation and expansion of the Cheviot/Westwood Post Office more than doubled the size of the existing facility by expanding into an adjacent former bowling alley. Exterior work included a structural silicone-glazed curtainwall and entrance structure for the new public facade, aluminum panel clad structure, and building-supported aluminum canopies. Construction was phased to allow the post office to remain functional, including maintaining the security of operations.
This project involves the renovation of existing office space in an historic district. Over 700 square feet of renovations include independent offices and additional conference space. Roth Partnership also performed master planning for the main office branch in its current Downtown location. Included is an analysis of furniture, files, and department location options.
The architectural design and planning for this 550-acre boy scout camp features a new structure for Cub World activities, a camping facility, an eighteen-acre lake, a climbing tower and general ancillary support areas. Also designed for the campus are sixteen staff lodging cabins, each capable of housing four staff members. In addition, a large residence for the ranger is included on the premises.
Roll Hill is a pre-kindergarten through eighth grade school located in the North Fairmont neighborhood of Cincinnati. This new facility provides a complete replacement of an existing 650-student school. The site has three fenced playgrounds as well as a football field and basketball court. Classrooms include specialty rooms for science, art and music. The gymnasium seats 200 for sporting events and the cafeteria seats over 190 students. The community room, volunteer center, and media center are available to the community for use after school hours.
This 78,000 square foot activity center includes a theater and gymnasium, accompanied by a 20-foot high lobby with a curtainwall looking out over the adjacent countryside. The center is connected to they high school by a glass-enclosed pedestrian bridge. This walkway arches gently upward over its 100-foot span a total of 12 inches. Both functional and pleasing to the eye, the glass curtainwall was designed to match this arch and flex with the movement of the bridge. "American School & Univeristy" Design Excellence Honor
Renovations include two primary areas: the sanctuary and the Christian education classrooms. The focal sanctuary upgrades include replacement of the existing choir loft with moveable risers and new terrazzo flooring and carpeting, along with new wall finishes and lighting. New entrance doors and sidelights open up the foyer area, while new sound and video systems address technology requirements. Classrooms will receive new windows, central air conditioning, and updated finishes. Upgrades extend to the classroom corridors, completing the new contemporary look.
This consolidation of the State’s mental health hospital campus in Cincinnati includes both new and renovated structures. Roth was responsible for the design of the innovative Treatment Mall, which includes treatment spaces, department offices, a clinic, and a spacious central cafeteria area, as well as two plant services buildings. Roth provided planning for the information technology room and the healthcare expertise for the facility, which was designed in association with SFA architects.
Roth Partnership designed a new, state-of-the-art endovascular operating suite, which includes voice recognition, touch panel technology, control rooms, and holding rooms. It is the first endovascular facility in the Tri-State area to incorporate such advanced equipment.
Roth-designed luxury suites at Paul Brown Stadium include two independent suites and seven mini-suites served by a club-like lounge. They also include a new buffet and custom-styled bar. Each suite features a full-scale portrait of the player for whom it is named. This space is perfect for entertaining corporate guests, and the club area provides a full view of the playing field.
Roth Partnership, Inc. worked with the Cincinnati Financial Corporation to add a 487,000 square-foot tower and 700-car parking garage to its facility. This third tower features seamless integration with the existing two towers on the site, also designed by Roth. The design focuses on maintaining a unified appearance throughout the campus, specifically through the interiors in the new tower. A curtainwall-clad connector joins the existing towers with the new tower. Numerous renovations were completed inside the existing towers. A stamped and integrally-colored concrete plaza joins the three buildings. Tower three also includes a conversion of docks and storage units to offices. Upgrades and expansions to security offices, and an expansion of the dining hall are also included. The integrity of security and communications technology are of great importance to the client for this project. Therefore, Roth worked with engineers to establish the most appropriate solution to meet these needs. Docks and storage units are being converted into office spaces in order to accommodate the changing needs of the company.
The only center of its kind in Northern Kentucky, this outpatient facility is specifically for children who are victims of sexual abuse. With a residential exterior, the center is warm and inviting, creating a relatable atmosphere for patients and their families. The center is designed to assist in healing, prevention and protection. Included are interview, observation, therapy and family meeting rooms designed for comfort and healing. Medical examination rooms, as well as law enforcement and attorneys’ offices, ensure the physical safety of the children. Green design is implemented through building orientation. Additionally, the use of light shelves and clerestory windows allows significant daylight to enter the building, which enables the center to reduce its overall energy costs.