The restoration project was a 10-story parking deck at Ontario & Prospect in Downtown Cleveland. The site, which is a block from Public Square and across the street from the JACK Casino, is a heavily trafficked at the street level.
- 5 month project
- 8,500 sq. ft of exterior concrete repair completed off of swing stages and mast climbers
- Biggest risk/concerns…keeping all of the debris, sand-blast aggregate/dust, and new paint from escaping protection put in place for containment…no incidents!
Donley’s served as Construction Manager, and also the concrete contractor, self-performing for MetroHealth’s 1,500-car, open-deck parking garage on its West 25th Street main campus in Cleveland. Construction began in Fall of 2017 on the seven-level garage, which was on the site of the former NorthCoast Behavioral Hospital. The garage was designed to accommodate technology to direct drivers to open spaces or read license plates to save employees from idling while stopping to swipe their ID badges, according to the release. The project will be complete in October 2018.
The Cultural Center for the Arts in Canton, Ohio is an award-winning designed complex set on more than nine acres near the downtown business and arts districts. Donley’s Concrete Group performed 30,000 sq. ft.of concrete deck repairs and traffic membrane application overtop of the Canton Cultural Center’s finished 330,000 sq. ft. arts facility while it was open and actively being used. The two months of renovations were completed in June of 2017.
During the project’s seven-month schedule at this condominium community in Lyndhurst, Ohio, various structural concrete and waterproofing repairs were made across Acacia on the Green’s elevated parking deck and below grade slab-on-grade. This parking deck was in use by the public during the project, which included several $100,000.00 + cars parked in the deck during construction. With rigorous planning and safety measures, no vehicles were damaged. The cost of the project was over $1.6 million and completed in February 2016.
Donley’s Restoration Group is serving as Design Assist Subcontractor to repair and upgrade Cuyahoga County’s 40-year-old parking structure located at Lakeside Avenue and West 3rd Street in downtown Cleveland. The 1,100-space, 4-level garage provides parking for the Justice Center, Cuyahoga County Courthouse, Cleveland Convention Center, and the new Hilton Cleveland Downtown Hotel. Scope includes extensive structural concrete repairs, waterproofing, and various upgrades to meet ADA compliance standards. Full depth beam replacement occurred 50 ft. above grade and was shored during demolition and replaced after, to allow parking operations to continue. The project is scheduled for completion in late summer 2017. The contract is valued at over $10 million, making it DRG’s largest project to date.
Donley’s is serving as construction manager at risk for the 1,083-car structure located at the pharmaceutical company’s corporate research center in Gaithersburg, Maryland. Construction began in the summer of 2016 and was completed in August of 2017.
Dealer Tire’s new headquarters project in the Midtown area of Cleveland kicked off in the Summer of 2016 and was completed in March 2017. Donley’s completed the 650-car parking deck that will be part of the company’s relocation.
Reserve Square is a two-tower mixed use apartment complex in downtown Cleveland. The complex has an attached parking garage for use by guests and tenants. The garage was in need of repairs consisting of:
repairs and water proofing
tee and repair
The Point East is a luxury high-rise condominium community located in Beachwood, Ohio. This condominium community hosts underground and above ground parking spaces. These parking areas were in need of renovation, which consisted of:
Concrete repair on elevated slabs and walls
Concrete repair on top side and underside of
Foundation wall repair
Entrance ramps repair
801 Rockwell /Auburn Parking, LLC Garage was thought to be beyond repair by
many. Working with the owner and
Engineer, we devised a restoration plan to add another 15 to 20 years of
serviceable life to the structure for ¼” of the cost to replace it. Donley’s Restoration Group worked with construction engineers, Barber & Hoffman, to provide:
and partial slab repair
and column repair
removal and new membrane application
of a new ramp reaching the top floor