Bayer Becker provided multiple design services for the first phase of Neyer Properties’ Keystone Parke, a LEED Silver certified office complex located in Cincinnati. The first phase included a multi-story office building, covered parking garage, a community park, service road, new traffic signals and road widening improvements including the addition of a turn lane on Dana Avenue.
Bayer Becker’s multi-discipline capabilities proved helpful on the project, which featured a short timeline. Our ability to give our client a single point of contact helped streamline communication and meet the tight deadline. Bayer Becker’s experience with design in the city of Cincinnati was another vital part of the project. Familiarity with the city’s regulations allowed for proactive design ensuring the client’s needs were met.
In addition to site design, Bayer Becker provided transportation services including roadway, traffic signal and intersection design for the entrance to the project off of Dana Avenue and for the access drive running through the project. The roadway work on Dana was coordinated with the city’s planned city streetscape project. Bayer Becker also prepared exhibits for possible improvements to the ODOT I-71 southbound ramp.
Bayer Becker’s sustainable designs provided 25% of the points necessary for Keystone Parke’s LEED certification. The designs work to minimize the impact of the building to the environment. Bayer Becker also added value by providing exhibits for the application.