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.