The + was ensuring The Goddard School corporate standards were met while simultaneously allowing the owner to incorporate her own design. This school project fully renovated 12,000 square feet of a single-story flex space. The interior renovation included 11 classrooms, 10 sets of restrooms, an office/staff area and kitchen. KasCon also converted an existing rear loading dock/parking lot into a playground complete with synthetic playground pour-in-place matting, new grass, a precast concrete ramp for handicap accessibility and fencing. As part of The Goddard School corporate guidelines, we also installed a galvanized guiderail along the rear and side of the building for motor vehicle protection. The biggest challenge of this project was finding high moisture content in the existing concrete floor which required the entire floor to be shot blasted and sealed prior to flooring installation. Despite this delay, KasCon was able to deliver the project before deadline.
The + is partnering with the client and designer to reflect the “new look” of the Sassanova brand.
This women’s fashion boutique worked with KasCon and Spry-Design to totally gut and renovate the existing Harbor East Sassanova store in Baltimore City while, in the very same timeframe, build-out a new shop at Greenspring Station in Baltimore County. Both projects were completed within five weeks of their respective start date and each was delivered on time and, under budget!
Work included extensive, high-end lighting, custom drywall built-in niches complete with applied metallic paints and laser cut decorative wall panels. Both fast-tracked retail projects met the high degree of quality expected by the client and project designer. The projects proved to be a wonderful complement to the crisp and clean fashion statement of the “new look” Sassanova brand.
The + is being able to turn a warehouse with structural columns into a worship center with good sight lines and an open feel. This project involved the conversion of former warehouse and office space into a state-of-the-art worship center. Hope Christian Church took possession of an 80,000 sq. ft. building in Beltsville, MD and soon realized that they needed a larger sanctuary. KasCon, in conjunction with Waldon Studio Architects, put together a team to create a new 10,000 sq. ft. Sanctuary and 4,000 sq. ft. Ministry Boulevard. The project required the removal of three structural columns to allow for better sight lines and a more open feel. The project also incorporated a new A/V and TV broadcast center for the church to produce programs for worldwide distribution.
This state of the art chemical distribution facility is equipped with a “clean room” type environment. Modifications were made to a new warehouse structure to accommodate the client’s need for redundant HVAC, complete power back-up and spill containment. The distribution warehouse and adjacent office were constructed in a fast track manner and completed within 12 weeks.
KasCon converted the 12,000 square foot, two level, former Hammerjack’s nightclub , bar and live music establishment into on of the most unique wedding and meeting venues in downtown Baltimore. While retaining many of the “edgy” features of the past – original murals painted over brick, wrought iron railings surrounding the 2nd story floor openings and real wooden bar tops – KasCon was able to bring some of the late 1970’s atmosphere back to the present.
This multi-floor, multi-phase renovation was performed for one of Maryland’s premier health management organizations. The project, located in historic Camden Yards, included the construction of a custom inter-connecting stair, a complete conference facility and data center. The modern elements of the project were constructed in harmony with the historic qualities of the building.
This small but exquisitely appointed suite was constructed for a local developer to provide office space and act as a leasing showcase for a large office building. The space includes custom walnut and oak wood feature panels, sliding laminated glass and wood doors, custom cabinetry and an executive washroom. Close coordination with architect and owner made this individualized project a success.
This large high-end salon was constructed in a new retail shopping center within an aggressive time frame. Work included extensive plumbing and HVAC work. The salon features open ceilings with exposed spiral ductwork and specialty pendant lighting. Design and construction focused on pleasant client experience with attention to acoustics, temperature and lighting. The salon boasts 22 cutting stations, six massage chair shampoo stations and various other support functions.
This high-end salon was built in a highly congested strip mall and was completed in 13 weeks. Work entailed interior construction with extensive plumbing and electrical modifications. The salon boasts 31 cutting stations, seven shampoo stations, pedicure and manicure stations, and three private massage rooms. The space is accented with an extensive lounge area and refreshment center.
The + is knowing how to establish construction details with an ever changing client experience and having them become international standards. The international leader in indoor trampoline parks and adventure centers, Sky Zone, named KasCon as one of its premier park builders. KasCon has constructed over a dozen of these 20,000 square foot + parks for various franchise partners as well as Sky Zone’s flagship corporate location in Chicago, Illinois. These are always challenging, time sensitive projects with design build construction of structural platforms and mezzanine, intricate padded flooring and wall surfaces, custom constructed rails, and specialty finishes. Close coordination with owner vendors, the health department and Sky Zone is critical to project success.