Stoltz Management wanted to pursue renovations of their McKinley Mall property.
The existing master plan incorporated additions to accommodate two new anchor
stores, the relocation of the food court, the renovation of the existing food
court area to accommodate new shops, and the completed renovation of the
concourse areas. The anticipated project construction budget was between three
and five million dollars. Erdman Anthony provided schematic design engineering
The purpose of the schematic phase was to establish a basis of
design for use by an independent cost estimating consultant. Erdman Anthony
performed civil, site, survey, structural, HVAC, plumbing, fire protection, and
electrical engineering design services. Civil, site, and transportation work
included meeting with the Hamburg Town Board to facilitate town approval of the
project, verification of existing survey information, performance of parking
count, and analysis of the impact on existing parking and travel areas.
Structural schematic designs were provided for new entries, new anchor
tenant additions, and the addition of sky lights in the central concourse area.
The HVAC, plumbing, fire protection, and electrical schematic design work was
intensive for the food court relocation. As part of the renovations to the
property Erdman Anthony also provided design services for modification and
relocation of several electric rooms and the exterior utilities.