Project: PARC Family Shelter, Portsmouth, VA
|Architect: Riddick, Fiedler, Stern, P.C.|
|The mayor of Portsmouth, Kenny Wright, congratulates Bob Stern of Riddick, Fiedler, Stern, P.C. and James L. Craig of Hoy Construction, Inc. on a job well done on the new Family Shelter.|
Project: The Preserve, Richmond, VA
|Demolition began in March for our newest apartment project located in Scott's addition in Richmond, Virginia. This project consists of a new four story, one hundred and twenty four unit apartment building and the rehab of the existing Coke Manufacturing Facility which will become seventy new contemporary apartments. The anticipated completion date for the rehab building is December 2014 and the new building will begin occupancy in spring 2015.|
Project: Element at Ghent, Norfolk, Virginia
|Architect: Cox Kliewer & Company|
Our company broke ground April 2013 on this 164 unit apartment project in the Ghent section of Norfolk. The project encompasses an entire city block in this urban setting. The building has four floors of wood framed apartments and clubhouse above a cast concrete parking garage. The first units are scheduled for occupancy in the fall of 2014.
Project: Indigo 19 Apartments, Virginia Beach, VA
|Construction began in March 2012 for this 196 unit apartment complex. Four stories of wood-framed apartments were built above a custom concrete garage, which includes 3,000 square feet of retail space. The first phase began leasing in the summer of 2013 with total completion by late 2013.|
Project: Greenwich Village, Virginia Beach, VA
|Architect: Cox, Kliewer & Company, P.C.|
|Hoy Construction partnered with Spy Rock Development and Harmony Investments on the construction of 224 apartment units and clubhouse in Virginia Beach, VA. Greenwich Village consists of three four story buildings with double loaded corridors. The project was completed on an accelerated construction schedule so that leasing could begin prior to the summer season. The development includes over 6 acres of site improvements including a pool, water feature, and outdoor barbeque facilities.|
Project: Old Beach Village, Virginia Beach, Virginia
|Architect: CMSS Architects|
|Total Square Footage:|
Building I - Flats - 65,380
Building V - Lofts - 63,205
This negotiated project consists of two very distinct condominium products located two blocks from the oceanfront. Building #1 or "the Flats" has a semi-enclosed parking area on the ground floor with 24 luxury condos on the upper floors. Each suite has 9' ceilings with crown molding, wood floor and granite counter tops.
Building #5 or "the Lofts" are precast concrete planks on CMU walls with exposed ductwork and sprinkler pipes for a contemporary "urban" look.
Project: Rotunda Lofts, Norfolk, Virginia
|Architect: Via Design Architects|
|Total Square Footage: 93,126|
This project consisted of the renovation of an existing 7 story structure to an 8 story, 66 unit upscale condominium. This included the total demolition of the building down to the existing concrete frame and the addition of a penthouse level. This unique urban facility includes stained concrete floors, exposed block walls, concrete ceiling and exposed utilities. We were selected as the contractor early in the process which allowed us to actively participate in several re-design, value engineering and pricing phases. With the help of the subcontractors, we were able to get the best price for quality products and bring the project within the Owner's budget. For example, we were able to delete a pre-finished GFRC and use plain finished panels which were painted on site with a high-tech paint for a savings of around $200,000.00.
Project: Harbor Walk Condominiums, Norfolk, Virginia
|Architect: Lyall Design|
|Total Square Footage: 45,144 on 1.32 Acres|
Phase I of this project consisted of the construction of two separate condominiumns located off of Shore Drive in Norfolk, Virginia. These condominiumns were built out of block with a brick veneer for the first floor and garage areas. The second through fourth floors were wood framed with wood trusses and one inch thick gypcrete floors. The exterior consisted of hardi-plank siding and brick veneer.
Project: Broadcreek Renaissance - Hope VI, Norfolk, Virginia
|Architect: Rodriguez, Ripley, Maddox, Motley Architects|
|Total Square Footage:|
Bowling Green Phase IV - 55,500
Marshall Manor Phase IV - 45,330
The first phase of this multiphased residential development was negotiated with The Community Builders in 2003 and once all units were complete in 2007, it consisted of over 300 duplex and triplex units. We worked closely with NRHA who also oversaw the construction. The project included site development which we coordinated with NRHA's site infrastructure contractor.
Project: Sandbridge Dunes, Virginia Beach, Virginia
|Architect: Covington Hendrix Anderson Architects|
|Total Square Footage: 228,994 on 4.8 Acres|
This condominium located on the ocean front in the Sandbridge area of Virginia Beach consisted of a structural steel framed building with metal studs, wood roof trusses and asphalt shingles. The exterior is a combination of painted CMU and vinyl siding.