Rencently, Reeves Young was chosen by the Georgia World Congress Center Authority to provide Construction Management at Risk services for the Centennial Olympic Park renovations. Embodying one of the Georgia World Congress Center Authority’s core four values – Be Dynamic – the organization has developed a bold concept for the future of GWCCA’s downtown Atlanta campus. As outlined in the 2020 Vision strategic plan, a major part of this plan involves multiple transformative projects at Centennial Olympic Park. These changes have been designed to increase community access, strengthen its Olympic heritage, enhance the visitor experience, and expand programming opportunities.
Project: Hearn Road Pump Station
Client: DeKalb County, GA
Location: Ellenwood, DeKalb County, Georgia
Reeves Young is providing design and construction services for the Hearn Road Pump Station Improvements. This project is being completed in two phases using the progressive design build delivery method. These improvements will ensure that the pumping facility reliably produces wastewater conveyance in full compliance with Federal and State Regulations. The new design will increase capacity of the station allowing it to handle current flows as well as anticipates future flows. The pump station includes two 40-HP submersible pumps with each having a capacity of 350 gpm, pump valves in a valve vault,and a hoist lifting system. The project includes site grading erosion control, electrical communication, instrumentation control work and demolition of existing pump station. An engineered drainage system is being designed that will prevent storm water from entering the public right-of-way.
Client: Holder, Hunt, Russell, Moody JV
Location: Atlanta, Georgia
Surface Area: 28 Acres
Awarded multiple work scopes, Reeves Young provided extensive heavy civil services to the joint venture organization building the Atlanta Falcons Stadium. Project included grading of the 40-acre site (requiring removal of 200,000 cubic yards of soil-100 dump trucks a day), internal access roads, 294,000 SF of soil cement placement for multiple crane pads, demolition of existing roadway bridge and retaining wall, installation of water, sewer and utility lines, and the installation of sitework, utilities and traffic signals to support the new entrance road. Reeves also performed as Prime Contractor for the installation of a 268,000 CF, underground, cast-in-place stormwater detention vault.
Project: Atlanta Beltline
Location: Atlanta, GA
Surface Area: 17 Acres
The Atlanta BeltLine is the redevelopment of a historic 22-mile railroad corridor into parks, multi-use trails and transit. It is the most comprehensive transportation and economic development effort ever undertaken in the City of Atlanta and among the largest, most wide-ranging urban redevelopment programs in the United States.
As General Contractor, Reeves Young developed significant components of one of the most visible components to project – the multi-activity Historic Fourth Ward Park.
The park includes three parcels. Reeves built the recirculating stream, a splash pad, waterfalls, amphitheater/plaza, and restroom facilities on the five-acre south parcel as well as the large outdoor trellis, event lawn and sculpture garden on the north parcel.
Reeves Young also built the third parcel. It is five-acres and includes a 15,000 SF skate park with bowls, curbs and smooth rolling concrete mounds. It is Atlanta’s first public skate park. The parcel also includes a sports field, a shade trellis topped with solar panels and public restroom facilities.
Location: Atlanta, GA
Surface Area: 550,000 SF
The largest aquarium in the world when it was built, the facility has 550,000 square foot (or 13 acres) of covered space. The Georgia Aquarium was a signature project for both Reeves and Eric Young, firm President/CEO.
Eric Young was the construction executive-in-charge of the Aquarium while employed by his former firm. He managed the entirety of the $250M project; it was his last project prior to joining Reeves Young.
The heavy civil component of the project included installation of a new 48” RCP storm drain system and a new 18” DIP sewer line along Baker Street and Spring Street to handle the increased capacity from the Aquarium. This project also included Traffic control, Dewatering, Shoring, Tunneling, 14’ diameter Shafts, Demolition and Asphalt Paving.
Project: Mallalieu Pointe
Location: East Point, GA
Size: 2.2 Acres
Reeves Young is providing heavy civil services for this 2.2 acre mixed-use development site. The $13.4 million project will have 67 apartments on four floors with five shops on the ground floor. The structure will conform to the U.S. Green Building Council’s Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design standards.
Site Utilities include 600 LF of up to 12″ waterline; 400 LF of sanitary sewer; 1,400 LF of up to 18″ RCP & HDPE storm sewer; a 600 SY bio retention area; and an 80LF of 84″ CMP Detention System.
Site Finishes include 3,200 SY of asphalt paving, 2,600 LF curb & gutter, 11,500 SF concrete flatwork and two (2) modular block retaining walls (1,700 SF). Sitework, includes traffic control, survey and demolition of existing conditions.
Project: AC Moxy Hotel
Location: Atlanta, GA
Located in central downtown Atlanta within walking distance to Centennial Olympic Park and Georgia Aquarium, Reeves Young is providing turnkey heavy civil services for this new, European-inspired brand from Marriott International.
Client: Emory University
Location: Atlanta, GA
This wastewater treatment facility uses cutting edge eco-engineering to provide nearly 40% of Emory’s campus water needs. Functional as well as beautiful, the odorless facility sits in the middle of campus and provides students a living laboratory for hands-on learning.
The WaterHubTM is an on-site water recycling system on the Emory University campus which utilizes eco-engineering processes to clean waste water for future non-potable uses. It is the first system of its kind to be installed in the United States. Emory’s WaterHub is capable of recycling up to 400,000 gallons-per-day –nearly 40% of Emory’s total campus water needs.
Wastewater cleaned by the WaterHubTM is used as process make-up water in Emory’s steam and chiller plants and for future toilet flushing in select residence halls. The system will reduce Emory’s draw of water from Atlanta’s municipal water supply by up to 146 million gallons of water annually. The WaterHubTM includes a 50,000 gallon emergency water reserve which will allow Emory’s heating and cooling systems to function for an average of seven hours, depending on seasonal operating demands, in the event of any disruption in water availability.
The WaterHubTM was made possible by an innovative water purchase agreement between Emory University and Sustainable Water. The WaterHub creates lower cost water at a long-term stable rate and is expected to save millions of dollars in water utility costs to Emory over a 20 year period. The WaterHub aligns with the University’s vision for a sustainable campus and reduces the overall water demand on one of the smallest municipal watersheds in the United States.
Client: Holder Construction
Location: Clemson, SC
Complete site development including grading, utilities (storm, sanitary, water, chilled water), tree removal, retaining walls, roads and parking lot paving for new eight-building student housing complex. Scope included sewer lines as much as 25’ deep. Project utilized four crews and 25 pieces of Reeves Young owned equipment in one shift.