Adaptive Reuse Construction
Pinkard Construction’s Adaptive Reuse team offers sustainable and affordable solutions by repurposing existing buildings rather than demolishing them. Working in conjunction with a design team, our experts evaluate if the building structure is suitable for adaptive reuse and work with owners to develop a plan that meets their needs. Pinkard's innovative approach includes stripping buildings back to their concrete skeleton, rebuilding exterior walls, and comprehensive interior renovations. Pinkard’s past adaptive reuse projects meet developers’ needs, ensuring affordability and sustainability.
Ask the right questions early
We ensure you are aware of complications like asbestos abatement, lead-based paint, aluminum wiring, new green-roof initiatives, various systems replacements, and zoning issues early.
3D laser scanning, ground penetrating radar, and non-destructive investigation can provide a better understanding of variables that impact an owner's budget – mitigating surprises later.
Budget around the risks
Tight budgets and unforeseen conditions can cause headaches and lead to scope reduction. We include ample contingencies and allowances in your budget to manage risk and avoid project nightmares.
Creativity for the Win
Creativity is critical. We work in collaboration with the design team to ensure constructability, maximize quality, and provide real-time estimating.
Anthony Burke, LEED AP, President
Blake Chambliss, Chief Operations Officer
Odette Bent-Buckles, Chief Financial Officer
Jose Amaya, Chief Business Development Officer
What Our Clients Say
Rescuing a renovation
“Although every project is going to have its ups and downs, I don’t think anyone anticipated this many “downs” when we first started. The great finish we enjoyed is a credit to Ensign, Pinkard, and Intergroup Architects’ strong commitment to team-building...it saved this project. Sloan’s Lake and Ensign are very proud of what this team was able to accomplish, and this facility is already making a difference in our patients’ lives.”
Very resourceful in meeting challenges
"Although (our construction) plan was thorough and very well thought out, this 114-year old hotel contained many more obstacles than we ever imagined. In my 36 years as an owner’s representative and project manager, I can honestly say that the project was in my top five as most challenging. Pinkard was very resourceful in meeting these challenges, and provided an excellent level of workmanship. My client loves their new spa, and is very pleased that the level of quality is in keeping with their Four Diamond standard."
Occupied facility issues handled excellently
"Occupied facility issues were handled excellently - the scheduling of noisy or disruptive work was something that Pinkard and the hotel worked very well together on. If a new guest was in the Brown, I’m not sure that they would have even known that construction was underway."