Rothman Orthopedics

  • Gross Size:12,000 sqf2
  • Status:Completed
  • Client Name:Rothman Orthopedics
  • After completing the exterior SOW package for this MOB/ASC, Axis was hired to complete the interior fit-out for Rothman Orthopedics in Newtown, PA. Included in the fit-out for this new practice was two X-Ray rooms, a new reception area, wide open physical therapy space, 12 exam rooms, two PT evaluation rooms, a large conference room, and an ample amount of support space for office staff.

Kipp Whittier

  • Gross Size – 81,000 sqf
  • Status – Complete
  • Client – KIPP Whittier
  • Axis was hired by KIPP Whittier Charter School and MIS Capital to complete an 80,000+ sqf renovation to a previously closed Philadelphia public school.  Included in this historically significant project was an entire renovation to the exterior of the building including repointing and new storefront/glass, and signage.  On the interior, Axis built-out 30 new classrooms, a full-service cafeteria, gymnasium, and wonderful outdoor playground.

Penn Medicine Endocrinology

  • Gross Size:5475 ft 2
  • Start Date:2/17/2020
  • End Date:4/13/21
  • Status:Completed
  • Client Name:Penn Medicine
  • Interior Alterations for renovations to the fourth floor of the Duncan Building on Spruce Street. Including all new MEPs, 7 office rooms, 9 exam rooms, a large waiting/reception area, as well as a lab along with clean and soiled holding rooms.

Valley Square Lifestyle Center

  • Gross Size:325000 ft 2
  • 37.5 acres of complete sit development project with all underground service utilities for the operation of mixed retail/office building use, including traffic control, utility, and road infrastructure
  • National chain fit outs and anchor stores including Staples, Michaels Crafts, Sleepy’s, Sports Authority, Circuit City, and PA Wine & Spirits
  • Pad site delivery for additional bank and grocery store buildings
  • Complex engineering required to accommodate rainstorm infiltration bed utilized under parking lots
  • Offsite improvements including new traffic signal deceleration lane along Route 611