Notable Projects

Bridge Park

Completed: 2019

The largest project of its type in Central Ohio history, this redevelopment of 30 acres in the Dublin Scioto River area features a hotel, events center and mixed-use properties along the river’s east and west bank. It is the anchor of the city’s Bridge Street District and has become the model for creative, high-density, mixed-use development. 


Completed: April 2019

With its flourishing creative community and proximity to downtown Columbus, the Franklinton area was ready for a project like Gravity that could serve as a keystone for the neighborhood’s growth. The first phase of this project consisted of a 234-unit residential building, a five-story office building, and retail and community space. Phase II is planned to incorporate over 180,000 sf of Class A office, 400+ residential units, retail, and community spaces.

Scioto Mile

Completed: November 2015

We represented a public/private partnership on an exciting 145-acre riverfront redevelopment project that serves as the crown jewel in the revitalization of Downtown Columbus.

Columbus Commons

Completed: May 2011

This challenging demolition project in the heart of downtown Columbus yielded a jewel of a park in an important urban setting. The high visibility project was concluded timely and on budget, with no legal disputes, and will hopefully encourage further revitalization of the city core.

Penta Career Center

Completed: August 2008

Taxpayers generously funded a cutting-edge 400,000 square foot joint vocational school - larger than any in the state and perhaps even the country. Employing creative contracting techniques, including Quick Pay, allowed the school to open an entire school year early, on budget and with no construction claims or disputes.

Ohio Stadium

Completed: August 2001

The challenge was to complete a $200 million renovation of this legendary stadium between several football seasons where delay was not an option. Even when faced with a secondary labor boycott, prompt legal action allowed the project to complete on time, so that Buckeye fans could witness a national championship season in 2002.

Butler Regional Highway

Completed: December 1999

This was the largest highway contract ever issued in Ohio - to connect I-75 to downtown Hamilton. The project was completed under budget and open to the public 18 months early with no disputes. The project was named “federal highway of the year” and yielded a substantial early completion incentive bonus for the contractor.