D.A.G. served as the construction manager for the Cincinnati Parks through an IDIQ. Within the IDIQ, D.A.G. served as the construction manager over the park portion of the revitalization of Washington Park. Washington Park is Cincinnati’s second oldest public park. It is located in Over-the-Rhine directly across the street from Music Hall. It was renovated and expanded from six to eight acres through a private-public partnership between the Cincinnati Park Board and the Cincinnati Center City Development Corp.
City West is made up of Laurel Homes and Lincoln Courts. The complex borders, Liberty, Linn, John, and Ezzard Charles streets in the West End. This was a five phase project of mixed income residential townhomes, apartments, commercial units, and a 14 acre park. TCB (The Community Builders) and CMHA (Cincinnati Metropolitan Housing Authority) were able to secure two Hope VI grants to help fund the project. It is the largest housing project in Cincinnati since WWII. The project encompasses 48 residential town homes, 18 building parcels, 8 store fronts, all landscaping, and underground utilities. D.A.G. achieved 70% MBE participation on this project and hired members of the community.
Paul Brown Stadium, home of the Cincinnati Bengals, was constructed in 2001. The stadium sits on 22 acres and is 157 feet high. D.A.G. served as the Construction Manager in association with two other firms. The partnership developed a 65,000+ seat stadium with 114 private suites. There are three levels included in this football shaped building.
D.A.G. was the design builder responsible for building a new maintenance garage and salt storage shed. The location for this is behind the old Clovernook Elementary school. The building is made from a pre-engineered metal. The scope included pouring a 100’ x 200’ fire training pad for the NCH fire department.
Clermont County Public Library has a total of 10 branches throughout the county. D.A.G. Construction has had the opportunity to provide construction management services on 4 of these branches to date. The most recent project was the renovation of an old Ryan’s Steakhouse into the Batavia branch off State Route 32.
Home to the Cincinnati Reds, Great American Ball Park was completed in 2003. D.A.G. served as the General Contractor for this project. The design encompassed the Machine Room Grille, two power stacks, “gap” providing a view, and a 217 foot score board.
Lucas Oil Stadium is a retractable roof, sports, convention, and entertainment facility in downtown Indianapolis, Indiana. It replaced the twenty-two-year-old RCA Dome as the new home field of the NFL's Indianapolis Colts franchise. D.A.G. completed the general construction, general trades, and supplied labor. At one time, D.A.G. supplied over 100 workers during construction.
D.A.G. served as the construction manager on the expansion and renovation of the Westwood Library.The scope consisted of a 2,200 sf expansion with a new children’s room and teen area, a reference section, new furniture and bookshelves, a new HVAC system, new windows, handicapped accessibility, 2 bay window seating areas, exterior site work (asphalt replacement, landscape walls, and landscaping) and a refurbished building exterior in keeping with the 1931 Mission style architecture. With the expansion, the library’s collection has grown by 37 percent with 38,900 books and 3,780 audio/visual materials. The library has also added more computers to adapt to the new expansion.
Findlay Market is Ohio's oldest open air continuously operated public market. The market was built in 1852 and D.A.G. renovated it in 2004. The market was open during renovation and our scope included improvements to the streets and sidewalks around the market. The goal was to establish a large, modern space while maintaining the historic features. Much of the original steel was reused in this renovation.
D.A.G. completed two projects for Wright Patterson Air Force Base. The first was building 65 and the second (pictured) is the Student Activity Center. The 3,000 sf Student Activity Center is a recreation center used by incoming students restricted to the base during training. The Student Activity Center contains a food service area where students can purchase snacks and beverages, a large multi-purpose game room with billiard tables, ping-pong, video game consoles and smaller gathering areas for reading, study, computer use and watching movies. The Center normally serves 20-60 students on a normal basis, with occasional parties up to 120.
Springfield Township is a state of the art facility renovated in a tight time schedule. Located on Winton Rd., this facility included five double apparatus bays, offices, conference rooms, an 2nd floor private sleeping areas, a kitchen, and a TV room. The Springfield Township Fire Department provides emergency medical services, fire suppression, fire prevention and public education to the residents of the township. Based on service areas, population, and emergency responses, Springfield Township Fire Department is one of the fastest growing departments in Hamilton County.