Donley’s Restoration Group completed the work at 55 Public Square in Downtown Cleveland, OH. The property consists of a 300-foot tower was completed in 1958, that was the first new skyscraper built in downtown Cleveland since the Terminal Tower was finished in 1930 and its attached eight (8.00) level parking garage. Donley’s design build work consisted of the complete structural restoration of the garage followed by traffic membrane application across all levels.
Donley’s Restoration Group is currently working with the Cleveland Clinic Foundation and the engineering firm GPD on the CIIG Garage Structural Phase II restoration project. Donley’s scope of work is for the complete removal and replacement of an existing 65,000.00 square foot eight-inch thick post-tension concrete deck. The project is scheduled to be completed in early fall 2022.
Donley's is currently serving on a team that is restoring part of the tunnel system underneath Cleveland Clinic's main campus.
Our reach on this project includes the removal of the existing roadways, prepping and then waterproofing the tunnel lid, and placing a new concrete cap (roadway) over the tunnel.
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Donley’s Restoration Group will be completing this project for AMHA Hilltop House in early 2020. The Hilltop House is used as public housing for elderly community members and Summit County residents who need housing assistance. The six story, 78 unit property was built in 1968.
Our work started with erecting scaffolding so that residents can use their back patios as a front entrance. After, we removed and replaced the existing front entrance concrete balconies using a new steel frame and traditionally reinforced concrete slabs.
This project was design build/public bid.
This 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 very 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 provided concrete services for the iconic restaurant, Pier W, during its original construction in 1963. Over the years, we have provided maintenance and restoration for the structure to ensure it’s long life on the shores of Lake Erie. Even after over half a century Donley’s is still involved with this memorable Cleveland landmark.
In the Fall of 2017, Donley’s Restoration Group teamed with McKinney Drilling, and Huffman Equipment and Contracting to add additional reinforcement and stabilization to the 50 year old structure. This Pier W Stabilization project required the construction of a wall, under the existing restaurant, that would protect the current 35-foot cliff face from further erosion. The team placed twenty-two, forty-foot-deep caissons underneath the hull of the restaurant for stabilization. Once these caissons were in place, a concrete pier cap was “loose formed” and placed over top of the caissons. This required the use of 2×4’s and plywood to form the wall, rather than a pre-engineered formwork system
The team worked on the underside of the restaurant, right on the shore of Lake Erie, making access to the site a bit unconventional. All equipment and materials for the Pier W Stabilization had to be brought on site by lake, on a barge, as pictured below. As for the construction team, they had access to the jobsite, by rope, down the hillside. The support wall itself presented some challenges as well. While drilling for the caissons, an abandoned dock was found 22 feet below the proposed structure, requiring it to be demolished and removed by the team. The concrete for the wall had to be pumped 400 feet horizontally, to get to the point of placement due to the nearby parking garage not being rated for the weight of a concrete truck. Even with these challenges, Donley’s and team finished the project successfully in 11 weeks’ time. The final concrete wall was 35-feet tall, 30-feet wide, and 12-feet deep, providing the cantilevered restaurant with a stable and reliable support.
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.
The renovations for Progressive Field Topping Slab Replacements consisted of concrete removal, waterproofing, and replacement of approximately 20,000 sq. ft. of elevated structural deck topping slabs. Most of the work occurred during the Cleveland Indians’ off-season. Donley’s also took advantage of the Indians’ schedule in the summer to remove, waterproof, and replace approximately 2,000 sq. ft. of concrete while the team was out of town. Donley’s is currently off site, but will return in the fall of 2017 to complete the project.
Donley’s Restoration Group is serving as Design Assist Subcontractor to repair and upgrade Cuyahoga County’s 40-year-old parking structure, Huntington Parking Garage, 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 Huntington Parking Garage 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.