Projects

Examples of Our Recent Work

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West Virginia University Erma Byrd Biomedical Research Center

Description: The Erma Byrd Biomedical Research Center, located on the campus of the Robert C. Byrd Health Sciences Center, is an 118,000 sq. ft. facility that includes wet and dry research laboratory space for the Sensory Neuroscience Research Center, translational laboratories, an imaging suite, support space, and office space for principal investigators and staff. The project includes a 3,000 square foot expansion and renovation of the vivarium for additional rodent housing and support spaces. Two of the four floors, plus the basement were finished in the original construction, and two floors were shelled for future fit-up.

Owner: West Virginia University

Architect: Stanley Beaman & Sears, Inc.

Mylan Pharmaceuticals

March-Westin has had a 25 year relationship with Mylan Pharmaceuticals that encompasses 600+ projects totaling over $250 million.

Monongalia General Hospital

Description: Surgical Department Renovation, Medical Oncology and Radiation Therapy Unit
Owner: Monongalia General Hospital
Architect: CR Goodman Associates, Annapolis, MD

University Park

Description: This student housing project at West Virginia University includes a dormitory facility to accommodate 900± students, an apartment complex with two-, three-, and four-bedroom apartments to house 400± students, and a mixed-use building to provide housing for rent as well as building amenities such as a restaurant, and retail space.
Owner: University Park at Evansdale LLC
Architect: Paradigm Architecture

Dominion Transmission Headquarters

Description: The four-story 106,000 square feet headquarters building contains administrative and executive offices, multiple conferences rooms equipped with the newest technology, lobby areas, a credit union for employees, workout area with locker rooms, four café areas, vending areas, large training rooms, state of the art computer data center with complete UPS backup with natural gas generator and two TV walls displaying Dominion’s gas control center.
Owner: Dominion Resources Services
Architect: Thrasher Engineering

UClub Sunnyside

Description: UClub Sunnyside is a 208,650 square foot student housing facility consisting of three and four-story split buildings, including 134 units, 536 beds, and a 8,358 square foot maintenance building.
Owner: American Campus Communities
Architect: Paradigm Architecture

Evansdale Crossing

Description: The Evansdale Crossing is a 100,000 square foot five-story
facility that houses the Reed College of Media. It includes a 10,000 square foot Media Innovation Center. The facility also houses a Tuscan inspired food court with multiple dining options, a bank, a 13,000 square foot Barnes and Noble book store and offices for the WVU Registrar, Financial Aid and Student Accounts. The facility connects directly to the WVU campus Personal Rapid Transit
System. The Evansdale Crossing facility is aimed at facilitating pedestrian traffic on the Evansdale Campus and granting access to closer dining options for students in Engineering, Health Sciences and Agriculture.
Owner: The Bodnar Investment Group
Architect: Strada

Sunnyside Parking Garage

Description: A public-private partnership between WVU and Downtown Campus Parking, this six level high, 390 space structure that includes 12,000 sq. ft of retail space, provides much needed public parking in the historic downtown area of Morgantown. It sports a red brick veneer with a metal screen cladding system for the parking areas. It is framed in steel, an option selected by March-Westin over common concrete alternatives.
Owner: West Virginia Uniand Downtown Campus Parking, LLC.
Architect: Paradigm Architecture

Thrasher Engineering Building

Description: Having outgrown their current office space at the Harrison County Business and Technology Centre, the principal owner of Thrasher Engineering, Woody Thrasher, solicited March-Westin Company, Inc. to complete the construction of their new office headquarters. The finished building houses the following:

  • Office space for administrative staff and engineering and architectural design staff

  • 4 conference rooms

  • Training room

  • 2500 sq. ft. garage

  • Café

  • Material testing and lab space

Owner: Thrasher Engineering
Architect: Allegheny Design Services

West Virginia University Erickson Alumni Center

Description: To meet the expanding needs of these generations of loyal Mountaineers, the alumni association conducted a $15 million capital campaign in cooperation with the West Virginia University Foundation to underwrite construction of a new alumni center. Arranged on three levels, the center’s 48,000-square foot interior successfully blends all necessary functions. A large tower evocative of the WVU main campus, monumental brick entry gates and a pedestrian-friendly piazza establishes a positive first impression for returning alumni and visitors. The Alumni Center consists of a club lounge and conferences rooms on the ground floor, with administrative offices and a boardroom on the second floor. The WVU Alumni Center hosts many high-profile events for the University’s alumni. The new facility serves as many as 1,000 people at a single event. It also has a Grand Hall able to accommodate 400 people for a sit-down dinner. Other spaces include an outdoor pre/post-event space, a club room with bar, several meeting rooms and a full service commercial kitchen.
Owner: West Virginia Alumni Association
Architect: IKM Inc.