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Pontia Architecture

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Pontia Architecture

39 E Main Street Suite 101

New Albany, Ohio,43054

United States

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ARCHITECT, Architecture and Planning, Design Collective

Larsen Engineering Inc


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December - With the land purchase nearing completion, the group hires Dave Pontia of Pontia Architecture to lead the construction.
He gets the initial design drawings of the new Four Points prototype from Starwood. Pontia begins putting together his design team of engineers (structural, mechanical, electrical and civil) and works on adapting the design drawings to fit this site. One key change must be made: The prototype calls for six floors, two more than allowed by the city because of the airport. January-February - The preliminary drawings of the four-story, 110-room hotel are nearing completion and the group starts interviewing construction companies before asking them to bid on the project. February-March - The group sends the updated drawings to Starwood for final approval. Pontia continues working informally with the city while turning the design drawings into the construction documents, which he calls the "actual recipe to build the hotel." April-June - The group chooses Columbus-based Miles-McClellan Construction & Development to build the Four Points. Preparation begins at the site as Pontia finishes more detailed plans to be submitted to Columbus for the building permit. Pontia did the job well, apparently, since Shah says the process "went smooth;" adding, "To be honest, I don't remember anything about it."


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