Senior Living Sector
Covenant Woods Addition
Old Dominion Firestopping constructed a perimeter fire containment system for curtainwall assemblies on the 306,476-square-foot laboratory facility. The project features an expanded basement-level vivarium, a new vertical vivarium stretching up through the second floor, imaging suites, vibration stable core areas, hot rooms, cold rooms, a freezer “farm” and administration offices. These spaces are distributed over five floors each of which has been designed to align with the existing five levels of the Phase 1 facility. Shared amenities include a cafeteria, a four-story atrium, conference and seminar spaces and public areas.
Completed in 2014, the project finished on time with zero injuries. Old Dominion Firestopping contracted with Colonial Webb Contractors to perform the work. W.M. Jordan Company was the general contractor.
Westminster Canterbury Richmond
Old Dominion Firestopping provided firestopping at mechanical and plumbing through-penetrations on the expansion which includes a Center for Creative Living, a two-story building featuring a kitchen, dining room and lounge, meeting rooms, woodworking shop, areas for the creative arts and a 320-seat performing arts theater. The expansion added 188 independent living apartments, 22 independent living cottages, 67 assisted living apartments and a memory support center housing 72 residents.
The project finished on time with zero injuries. Old Dominion Firestopping contracted with Colonial Webb Contractors to perform the work. W. M. Jordan Company was the general contractor.