CLIENT – CapDev, LLC
Cochran has provided full service civil design and survey services for an approximately 27 acre commercial development project located in the southwest corner of the intersection of Hwy 70 and Hwy Z in Wentzville, Missouri. The survey services included boundary, easement, topographic and ALTA surveys along with construction staking services. Engineering included design of six infrastructures including roadways, water mains, sanitary sewers, storm sewers and grading. The engineering services also included site specific design for B&B Theaters, Planet Fitness, Hotshots, Summit Steak House, 6 North Cafe, Hampton Inn, and Lot 8 Retail. The project also included engineering and surveying to widen Hwy Z for a turn lane per MoDOT Standards. One lot remain open and available and Cochran is providing engineering and surveying services as needed until full development is complete.
CLIENT – MERS Goodwill
Established in 1918, MERS Missouri Goodwill Industries is a non-profit organization that provides employment rehabilitation services. Most funds are received via their 44 retail locations/donation centers and are used to facilitate their mission… “Changing lives through the power of work”.
Since 2010 Cochran, has worked with MERS/Goodwill to construct new stores and upgrade existing facilities. As part of our scope of services, Cochran has completed, or is currently providing full service professional civil engineering, surveying, geotechnical, and materials testing services for more than 38 MERS/Goodwill stores throughout the Midwest and Illinois. Upgrades to the existing facilities have included the addition of new truck docks, ADA compliance upgrades, and parking lot improvements. The new stores included conceptual planning, boundary and topographic surveys, geotechnical services, Phase 1 ESA services, Planning and Board approvals, civil construction plan preparation, permitting, construction staking, construction material testing and as-built surveys. The new retail locations have included stores ranging from 11,000 S.F. to 15,300 S.F. and all associated parking, storm sewers, sanitary sewers, water service, detention, etc.
Client – Superior Oil Company, Inc.
Superior Oil of Arnold, Missouri selected Cochran to provide architectural and civil design, geotechnical, survey, construction inspection and testing services for their new 20,000 square foot pre-engineered metal building warehouse facility and 3,000 square foot office. The warehouse included hazardous and non-hazardous sections along with a dispensing room, loading dock and large storage tank farm.
With in-house collaboration between Cochran’s civil and geotechnical teams soil issues and foundation challenges were addressed prior and during construction to ensure the project schedule was not interrupted.
Client – City of Wentzville
Cochran and Gateway Design Studio, Inc. provided design and construction administration services for the City of Wentzville’s 59 acres – Heartland Park development. The project began in July 2013 and was completed in 2015.
Services included project management and oversight of all construction services which include coordination, budget controls, scheduling, administration, construction inspection, value engineering, quality assurance, project records, and material testing coordination, shop drawing submittal review and approvals; RFI’s submittal review and approval.
In addition, Cochran designed a memorial walk-way for the Angel Moms organization. They wanted a peaceful experience at Heartland Park to enjoy the views of the lake and have a quiet moment. The project includes lookouts, memorial pavers, landscaping, waterfall with a feature sculpture, and smaller creeks with additional memorial sculptures throughout. The design was completed in August of 2015. We then assisted in the cost estimate and construction documents. Construction completed 2017.
Client – Silgan
Located in the North Loop Industrial Park, Silgan is one example of Cochran’s 95% repeat clients. Cochran was repeatedly selected by Silgan to provide architectural, engineering, survey, and construction testing & inspections services for their facility expansions.
The first project consisted of a 16,000 sf, two-story office building addition and facade upgrade. Cochran provided architecture, interior, & civil design services. Additional services included geotechnical, testing, inspection and construction administration. This new 16,000 sf conventional steel building with curtain wall included individual offices, conference rooms, boardroom, data center, fitness area, cafeteria, and atrium lobby. In an effort to decrease their energy cost high UV/energy efficient windows and high-energy efficient mechanical systems were used throughout.
Silgan’s second project, a 35,000 sf manufacturing and warehouse addition included additional parking for 230 cars, and a storm water retention pond. Cochran provided architectural, full engineering design, testing inspection and construction administration.
Client – Providence Bank
Providence Bank, headquartered in Columbia, Missouri, provides personal and banking services in Missouri, Illinois, and Texas.
Cochran has worked closely with Providence Bank for site development and improvements for several locations. In 2014, Cochran teamed with Providence Bank and provided civil design services for a new banking center at 460 Hawk Ridge Trail, Lake St. Louis; a 2,500 square foot state-of the-art, full service bank featuring two drive-thru lanes, a drive-up ATM.
Professional services for this location include topographic survey, preliminary site planning for client and City Planning and Zoning approval, permitting, preparation of construction documents for grading/SWPPP, storm sewer system, pavement, sanitary sewer, water, and landscaping plans. Moving forward though the construction process, Cochran provided shop drawing reviews, staking, materials testing & inspection services, and as-built survey.
Coil Construction served as General Contractor. Project completed with bank opening April, 2016.
Client – Fricks Grocery Store
With a commanding view over the City of Union, the new 35,000 square foot Fricks’ Market is designed to enhance the customer experience, while placing the customer’s needs first.
Fricks, a family-owned grocery store with two locations in Missouri, selected Cochran for relocation and design of their new 35,000 square foot store. Cochran’s interior design features rich, bold colors and theme designs for the bakery, liquor and meat & seafood departments. The highly popular deli department was expanded to include a mezzanine cafe area, and convenient drive thru for customer flexibility. Keeping sustainability in mind, Cochran utilized natural exterior materials to compliment the surrounding buildings and landscape, and utilized reclaimed heat to warm the warehouse. Future plans call for a waste oil (cooking oil) furnace to increase the overall sustainability of the market.
The design defining corner tower anchors the south side of the building increasing hilltop visibility and notoriety for this new location. Daylighting, energy efficient lighting, HVAC systems, refrigerator and freezer units were specially selected to increase energy efficiency.
The compact site required multiple retaining walls and underground storm water retention for environmentally efficient and fast storm water removal. The limited footprint demanded strategic placement for delivery truck traffic to reduce customer/delivery traffic conflicts.
Cochran services included architecture, interior, civil, and engineering design, survey, construction testing & inspection and construction observation/administration.