Project Spotlight Tour: Langan Leader, May 2020

Learn more about Langan’s involvement in our featured essential projects. 

  • Fulfillment Center – North Andover, MA
  • Burris Logistics – Honor Foods Distribution Facility – Philadelphia, PA
  • CPMC Mission Bernal Campus – San Francisco, CA
  • Lehigh University – Health, Science & Technology Building – Bethlehem, PA
  • Fort Lauderdale Aquatic Center – Fort Lauderdale, FL
  • Dayton Avenue Educational Campus – Passaic, NJ

Fulfillment Center – North Andover

OVERVIEW
Langan is providing due diligence, permitting assistance and construction phase assistance for this fulfillment center in North Andover, MA. The project consists of the demolition of a portion of an existing 1-million-SF manufacturing facility, relocation of an approximately 4-acre solar field and construction of a 3.8-million-SF distribution facility.

Location
North Andover, MA

Client
Hillwood

Services
Site/Civil
Geotechnical
Environmental
Natural Resources & Permitting
Surveying/Geospatial
Traffic & Transportation

Architect
MacGregor Associates Architecture


Honor Foods Distribution Facility

OVERVIEW
Langan continued its long-term involvement in the evolution of the former Frankford Arsenal site by providing services for the development of a 230,000-SF cold storage warehouse and office facility for Honor Foods. Spanning approximately 20 acres, the building features 33 loading docks as well as state-of-the-art warehousing and inventory technologies. Langan led the site design and local permitting efforts for the project. This included a phased approach, which allowed the team to complete site demolition and ground improvements while the rest of the land development approvals were under review.

Location
Philadelphia, PA

Client
Burris Logistics/Honor Foods

Services
Site/Civil
Geotechnical
Environmental
Landscape Architecture
Surveying/Geospatial
Traffic & Transportation

Strategic Partner
ARCO Design/Build Industrial


CPMC Mission Bernal Campus

OVERVIEW
Located in the Mission District, CPMC Mission Bernal Campus (which replaced St. Luke’s Hospital) is a 5-story medical facility with a 36,500-SF footprint. It includes 80 licensed beds; medical, surgical and emergency departments; ICU and urgent care; and services for all ages, from pediatrics patients through seniors. After the replacement hospital was constructed, the Acute Care Tower was decommissioned and demolished. Langan performed a geologic hazard evaluation, geotechnical investigation, seismic studies, and environmental consultation for the replacement hospital.

Location
San Francisco, CA

Client
Sutter Health

Services
Geotechnical
Environmental

Architect
SmithGroup

Strategic Partner
SWA Group


Lehigh University – Health, Science & Technology Building

OVERVIEW
Lehigh University’s 200,000 SF state-of-the-art academic and research facility provides a modern, flexible space for the College of Health. As the largest academic building on Lehigh’s main campus, the facility serves as a welcoming gateway for the public to view and engage in activities taking place in the “living laboratory.” The building includes a pedestrian bridge to other on-campus research facilities, a café with a green roof for native plants, and solar shades that mimic the microscopic image of a cell. Langan provided site feasibility services to evaluate several properties and assist in site selection, prepared the subdivision and land development plans, and evaluated the site lighting design. We also prepared a transportation impact study, which evaluated pedestrian access to/from the site and reallocated parking spaces removed during construction.

Location
Bethlehem, PA

Client
Lehigh University

Services
Site/Civil
Geotechnical
Environmental
Traffic & Transportation
Surveying/Geospatial

Architect
Wilson HGA


Fort Lauderdale Aquatic Center

OVERVIEW
Langan is serving as the geotechnical-engineer-of-record for the renovation/improvement of the Fort Lauderdale Aquatic Center, which includes abandoning and backfilling the dive pool and spa, constructing a new dive pool, and providing parking lot improvements, including a new stormwater drainage system. Our team assisted with the design and implementation of deep foundations for support of the proposed structure and coordination of new foundation element locations, while considering the presence of former, driven precast, concrete pile foundations associated with the original development. Langan is also providing survey construction support services, which includes providing survey control; using laser scanning technology to provide an as-built of the existing pool prior to demolition; and monitoring the dive pool surcharge and providing platform elevations of the 27-meter dive tower.

Location
Fort Lauderdale, FL

Client
Hensel Phelps

Service
Geotechnical


Dayton Avenue Educational Campus

OVERVIEW
The Dayton Avenue Educational Campus includes a new four-story school that has an approximate 200,000-SF footprint to educate 2,700 students in kindergarten through 8th grade. Partially located within a 100-year floodplain, the proposed development consists of new at-grade parking areas, an artificial turf field, vehicular and pedestrian bridges and traffic signal improvements. Langan’s provided a value engineered design, and permitting experience to successfully navigate through the approval processes with the City of Passaic, local utility authorities, Passaic County, NJDEP and DCA.

Location
Passaic, NJ

Client
New Jersey Schools Development Authority

Services
Site/Civil
Geotechnical
Environmental
Landscape Architecture
Surveying/Geospatial
Natural Resources & Permitting

Architect
RSC Architects

Strategic Partner
Terminal Construction Corporation