The Cay Building is a six-story office and retail complex on Ellis Square in Savannah Georgia. Built above the city of Savannah’s Whitaker Street parking garage, the Cay Building features 75,000 square feet of leasable space, marble and brass finishes, a brick-and-cast-stone facade and a streetscape complete with brick pavers, granite curbs, an ornate clock and palm trees. The building’s anchor tenant, the U.S. attorneys, occupy the upper four floors.
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AT&T Inc. is an American multinational conglomerate holding company, headquartered in Downtown Dallas, Texas. It is the world’s largest telecommunications company, and the second largest provider of mobile telephone services. As of 2020, AT&T was ranked 9th on the Fortune 500 rankings of the largest United States corporations.
GPW & Associates provided complete mechanical, electrical and plumbing design for the facility. In order to provide the client with an energy efficient, easily maintained and operated mechanical system, an under slab radiant heating system with a variable air volume air handling unit for ventilation and cooling was designed.
The Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts is one of the most technically and architecturally advanced performing arts centers in the nation. The Kauffman Center covers 13 acres, including landscaped grounds over the 1,000-space, city-owned Arts District Garage. The garage provides covered parking for Kauffman Center attendees, with entrances on 17th Street and Wyandotte Street
Located in Manhattan, KS, the Auth-Florence manufacturing facility leads the industry in providing centralized mail delivery solutions meeting the highest standards of security and durability. Florence Company has a long history of innovating and being first to market with every major centralized mailbox and parcel locker product line popular in the U.S. today.
Over the years, GPW provided engineering services for churches, in the Kansas City Metropolitan area. Projects have included lighting mockups, and electrical and lighting modifications for various churches in the Kansas City Arch Diocese.