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Friday, May 23, 2014

Lincolnway Special Recreation Association Update


   
Entrance to Lincolnway Special Recreation Center.
Entrance/gathering area.

Fully functioning kitchen.

Handicapped accessible bathroom.

Multi-purpose gymnasium.


Olivieri Brothers, Inc. Welcomes Brian Petelle
                             

In March, Olivieri Brothers, Inc.  hired Brian Petelle.  Brian has 7 years' experience in the field of architecture as a designer. He received a Bachelor of Science in Architectural Studies in 2004 from the University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana. He currently is a NCARB Member in the process of testing to become a licensed architect. In addition to working at Olivieri Brothers, Brian has also worked with two previous architectural firms, Thomas Caldwell, Architect in Knoxville, TN and Randall-Paulson Architects in Atlanta, GA.  His range of work experience includes retail, office, residential, medical, religious commercial, educational, and renovations. His artistic sense of proportion and style along with his experience provides a great foundation for the contributions he will bring to Olivieri Brothers Architects.

Brian is currently engaged with 2 children, a 5 year old boy and just celebrated the birth of his new son. He is an avid Chicago sports fan with growing up in the south Chicago area. He likes to spend his spare time playing guitar, playing outside with his sons, and enjoying a fine sushi restaurant. 

Friday, May 2, 2014

What Are We Working On?


ON THE BOARDS:

Prairie Ridge Park
Mokena, IL
A new park is being added in Mokena which will include a sand volleyball court, pickleball court, tennis court, soccer field, baseball field and playground.  The park will also include a walking path around all the amenities which is connected to the Old Plank Trail path. 


Bellman-Melcor Addition
The new addition to their Tinley Park location will expand work space in the high tech manufacturing facility.  The 11,000 sf addition will utilize pre-manufactured concrete building construction with special architectural finishing techniques.  These techniques result in a building with a look of hand-built masonry, which in fact is actually built in a concrete plant and rapidly assembled onsite.  

32 Unit
Residential Building
This building will be a mixed use occupancy on the ground level, and residential units on levels 2-4. Exterior is precast concrete construction.  

Frankfort 
Public Library Renovation
This 9,000 sf addition on an existing community library will include a seminar room that will accommodate over 150 people.  Natural lighting from the seminar room windows and new interior skylights will certainly "open the book" to serving the community in new ways.  The new space will expand a variety of other functions as well, including new study rooms, open reading areas, a computer lab, and classroom space.



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