Government48th Civil Support Team (CST) Ready BuildingArmed Forces Reserve CenterArmy National Guard Training Center ComplexBinghamton Army Reserve CenterCaven Point Marine TerminalDesign and Construct an Army Reserve CenterHillsborough County Court Facilities RenovationsHurlburt Commissary Facility Renovation Imperial Polk County CourthouseIRS Customer Service CenterLargo City Hall RenovationMacDill AFB, Commissary FacilityMacDill AFB, Dining FacilityMacDill AFB, Mission Planning CenterPhase III Valencia Ballroom RenovationPinellas County Job Corps CenterSarasota FMS#14 RenovationTarpon Springs Public Safety FacilityU.S. Military Academy, West Point CommissaryVA Medical Center, Regional OfficeWest Pasco Judicial Center
CorporateHooters / Ron Jon Surf ShopMain Street CommonsNorth Beach Parking PlazaPhase III Addition and RenovationSt. Nicholas Community CenterStirling CommonsWalgreens Retail StoreEducation
Main Street Commons
Owner: 312 Main Street, LLC
Main Street Commons is comprised of four locally owned stores situated on the corner of Main Street and Broadway in Dunedinís Downtown Commercial District. An existing single-tenant building that brought little foot traffic to the Downtown Core was subdivided into three separate boutiques. The adjacent two-tenant structure was renovated into a single-tenant ice cream cafť. The existing privately owned park was acquired, beautified and then donated to the City of Dunedin and has since been named Purple Heart Park. A beautiful marble and granite memorial was constructed in honor of our nationís wounded veterans. By redeveloping an underutilized portion of downtown Dunedin, The Main Street Commons project has impacted the community in a positive manner by creating a healthy and vibrant addition to the downtown core.
The project was designed to achieve a maximum of 28 Design LEED credits by incorporating applicable sustainable concepts in the project. Through strict adherence to the fundamental principles of sustainable building, we were able to generate a minimum of 12 Construction Credits. Design Credits were earned through a variety of methods ranging from the more common such as Site Selection, Redevelopment, and Alternative Transportation to the use of innovative materials such as completely pervious paving manufactured from recycled tires and placed upon structural base made from on-site recycling of existing concrete. Construction points were generated through Building Reuse, Indoor Air Quality Management, Waste Recycling, Low-Emitting Materials, and the Reuse of over 75% of existing lumber from existing interior partitions that was clean and used to reframe new walls.