Reynolds was hired as the construction manager at-risk for the major additions and renovations to the Omni Bedford Springs Resort, a National Historic Landmark. In 2009, the project won the National Preservation Award from the National Trust for Historic Preservation.
Once the summer White House of President James Buchanan, the renovations of the historic hotel facility included building envelope and roofing restoration, all MEP systems, the interior finishes for the existing four guest wings, the Colonial House (which houses the hotel’s bar, ballroom, meeting space, and check-in areas), and the Manager’s Cottage.
The publicly-funded project included 216 rooms and suites, 16 conference rooms, 19,000 square feet of meeting space, a 15,000-square-foot spa, a new indoor pool, and extensive site work. In addition to the historically restored grand ballroom, the resort also features three restaurants.
Architect: Corgan Associates, Inc.
Square Feet: 77,500 new construction, 164,600 renovations
Construction Cost: $52.5 million
Market: Hospitality and Entertainment