Chipola College Center for the Arts

The project consisted of new construction of a 42,000sf complex for educational and performance purposes, with a 650-seat performance theater, a 150-seat experimental theater, a studio and instructional suite for dance programs, and administrative office space. As part of a design-build team, DHM provided design and permitting services for the project site and access roadway design, including drainage for building access for this state-or-the-art education and performance complex. Collaboration: Coordination with DAG Architects, the City of Marianna, Chipola College, contractors and subconsultants, additional agencies and stakeholders with positive, award winning results. Awards: The architectural firm for this project, DAG Architects,

South Walton Fire District Fleet Maintenance and Logistics Building and Training Tower

As part of the DAG Architects team DHM served as subconsultant providing the structural engineering needs for the project. Kimberly M. Holloway, P.E., was the structural engineer of record, designer, and detailer of the 22,000sf fleet maintenance and logistics buildings. Jamie Graham, P.E., was the designer and detailer of the 64,000sf Training Tower. The fleet maintenance building is a 100ft by 116ft pre-engineered metal building with eight service bays, a mezzanine, and an overhead 7.5-ton crane. The logistics building is a 40ft by 11ft, three story pre-engineered metal building with composite floor slabs. The training tower is a 40ft by

Florida State University National High Magnetic Field Laboratory – MK Wing Expansion

As consultants to Hicks Nation Architects, the DHM team provided structural design and detailing for a new superconducting magnet lab at the FSU National High Magnetic Field Laboratory. Jamie Graham, P.E., Senior Structural Engineer was the design engineer for the project. Harrison Martin, Draftsman, provided excellent engineering support, using Revit software. Design included foundation and magnet pits using GFRP reinforcing and steel-framed structure with aluminum-framed non-magnetic mezzanine. Walls had copper RF shielding for reduction of radio signals. Construction Cost: $1.2 Million

Florida Senate Chamber Renovations and Dome Replacement

As subconsultants to Hicks Nation Architects, the DHM team provided structural engineering and special inspections. Tasks included analysis of existing structure for construction loads, structural engineering design on miscellaneous framing of soffits, partitions, catwalks, stained glass seal support, and stage area. Safety Considerations: As Senior Structural Engineer, Jamie Graham, P.E., was the project design engineer and was the authorized representative that completed threshold inspections. These were conducted to ensure the work was performed in accordance with design documents. Construction Cost: $4.6 Million

Dune Lakes Elementary School

In conjunction with DAG Architects, the DHM structural team provided structural design, detailing, and inspections for this one of a kind, modern, and functional new school. Project tasks included media center trusses, entrance towers mimicking lighthouses, and the Brise Soleil constructed out of glulam columns and beams to help shade areas of the school from direct sunlight. Kimberly Holloway, P.E., Jamie Graham, P.E., O. Sean Martin, P.E., and additional DHM staff worked seamlessly with the team at DAG Architects to achieve successful project results. Notable project stats: the trusses are special glulam and steel trusses, designed by O. Sean Martin,