TSW Projects Start Construction over the Summer

TSW had a busy 2009 and early 2010, which led to several projects starting the construction process this summer.

Woodstock Community Church

TSW’s Architecture Studio provided design and construction documents for the 19,000 SF Woodstock Community Church, which is currently under construction. The church will include a 300-seat sanctuary, 12 classrooms, and a “green” parking lot. The design is Contextual Modernism that embraces contemporary shapes while evoking the surrounding rural woodland character. Functionally, the design creates a series of casual gathering and fellowship spaces for the church members.


Pre-construction rendering


Construction photograph

Stanton Park

TSW’s Landscape Architecture Studio completed the Peoplestown Park Master Plan in 2009, which included Four Corners Park and Stanton Park. Adjacent to the BeltLine, Stanton Park is now under construction and will retain the recently built playground area and calls for a future recreation center that will be LEED certified, a baseball field, new parking, entry plaza, splash pad, and connections to the BeltLine. You can follow the park’s contruction progress here:http://oxblue.com/pro/open/reevescontracting/dhstantonpark

Stanton Park

Georgia Department of Corrections Offender Administration Building

TSW’s Architecture Studio provided design and construction documents for the approximately 11,000 SF new GDC Offender Administration Building that will house offices for 80 employees. The building is steel frame construction and utilizes the Georgia Department of Natural Resources Peach rating system. Construction is underway and scheduled to be completed in the next few months.

Georgia Department of Corrections Offender Administration Building Georgia Department of Corrections Offender Administration Building

City of Woodstock Streetscape

City of Woodstock StreetscapeTSW’s Landscape Architecture Studio recently completed schematic design and construction documents for several blocks of Woodstock’s Main Street, which is now under construction. The design follows GDOT guidelines and standards with challenges that included significant grade changes between the road and storefronts, providing much needed parking, and ensuring that pedestrian safety strategies were incorporated.

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