At any given moment we have a number of projects at different stages of completion. Here are some of the jobs on which we are currently keeping busy.
Lindsey Architecture, along with out-of-state consultants C7A and EDSA, collaborated with the Greensboro Science Center on a design to help expand its zoo by 11 acres, adding several new exhibits and species. Lindsey Architecture is implementing this new concept, the “un-zoo” called Revolution Ridge, where nearly-endangered animal species will receive a safe home and extraordinary care. The natural contours of the adjacent acreage - slopes and a wooded ravine - have become assets in the design of homes for the new residents at the Science Center. These features complement each animal’s habitat found in the wild, whether it be in shade, sun, or rugged terrain. These defined areas of the landscape will house cassowaries, okapis, pygmy hippoes, Chilean flamingoes, endangered cats, and red pandas. A new animal health center, water garden with hydropods, nature play houses, and endangered cat complex will be included within the addition. Educational technology and the Greensboro Science Center’s dedication to species preservation will also be ubiquitous features of Revolution Ridge.
Location: Greensboro, North Carolina
Size (sq. ft.): 11+ acres
Year Completed: Currently in progress
Westcott, Small & Associates
The North Carolina Zoo, which features 1,600 animals on 2,000 acres in Asheboro, North Carolina, houses part of its internal operations within the David Stedman Education Center at the Zoo’s entrance. Built in 1990, this facility holds administration offices, meeting spaces, a library, conference rooms, and bathrooms, as well as a classroom for educational programs. Over time, the interior became worn and outdated with sheet vinyl, broadloom carpet, and vinyl wallcovering that coordinated poorly with repairs that were made in subsequent years. Lindsey Architecture has been tasked with refreshing the finishes, and bringing a cohesive look to the overall space. Existing flooring and wallcovering are being removed as the first step in renovation process.
Location: Asheboro, North Carolina
Year To Be Completed: 2017
Located in downtown Greensboro, this historic 106,000SF denim mill originated in the 1920s as home of the Blue Bell Overall Company. In the 80s, it was renovated for use as office space, and in present day was need of upgrades and and overhaul. AZ Development purchased this three-story, L-shaped building with a vision to create a creative space for entrepreneurs and small businesses. Lindsey Architecture is completing concepts for a new building storefront that retains the character of the building, while making a statement as an entrance to downtown Greensboro at the corner of Gate City Boulevard and Elm Street. The building's interior will house offices that range from 500-8000SF and will share common spaces such as break areas, conference rooms and restrooms.
Location: Greensboro, NC
Size (sq. ft.): 106,000 SF
Year To Be Completed: TBD
Lindsey Architecture is currently working on concepts for a 76-unit townhome community of 2- and 3-story units in Nashville, TN for a private developer.
Location: Nashville, TN
Size (sq. ft.): Varies by Unit
Year To Be Completed: TBD