MGM Springfield – Armory Building

Hamilton Anderson Associates was tasked with the historic preservation and reutilization of the State Armory building in Springfield, Massachusetts.
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Architecture / Interior Design / 2018

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Built in 1895, the original four-story building was gutted to create a 4,000 SF high ceiling event space. A steel frame was added to support the 46 foot high exposed brick walls as well as the large turrets, which remained at the exterior, but were removed at the interior to create the open event floor. Audio-Visual connections were provided throughout to support event specific lighting and audio-visual installations. HAA also designed five large (12 foot) diameter chandeliers for the space and coordinated a winch system to lift and lower the fixtures. HAA provided both architectural and interior design services on this project, which included the addition of restrooms, an entry vestibule, new flooring, window trim repair, a new roof and all new mechanical, electrical, plumbing and fire protection.

At the exterior, HAA facilitated the design and construction of new entries and a terrace that connect the Armory to the MGM Springfield outdoor Marketplace and Plaza with code compliant stairs and accessible ramps. The look of the new entryways and terrace was coordinated with the overall outdoor design to create a cohesive campus aesthetic.

Disciplines

  • Architecture
  • Interior Design

Type(s)

  • Hospitality
  • Retail

Services

  • Architecture
  • Construction Documents
  • Interior Design

Client

  • MGM Resorts Development LLC

LOCATION

  • Springfield, MA
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