Darwin D Martin House Complex – Phase V Restoration & Visitor’s Center Addition

The scope of this project includes the restoration and reconstruction of the historic Frank Lloyd Wright’s Darwin D. Martin House Complex. This National Historic Landmark is being restored and rebuilt to return to the original design created by Frank Lloyd Wright. Upon completion of the restoration efforts the Martin House Complex will open to the public as a museum. Technology systems planned for the project include: telecommunications cabling (voice, data, RF Video), video surveillance and intrusion detection, Local Area Network (LAN) and Wi-Fi electronics, audiovisual presentation, public address and program/speech audio reinforcement along with the associated supporting infrastructure. The types of spaces to receive technology systems include: Ballroom/ Billiard Room, Veranda, Living Room, Library, Conservatory, Carriage Room, Loft, various bedrooms and common areas. Project Challenges include verifying existing campus standards for security and telecommunications cabling systems and identifying wireless access points throughout the campus. Specifications include details outlining procedures and methods of connecting to existing telecommunications networks. Project scope includes complete programming narrative system overview descriptions and detailed per space cost estimating for all technology systems. The restorations were completed in Fall of 2011.

Architect: Hamilton Houston Lownie (HHL) Architects
Location: Buffalo, New York
Construction Cost: $20 Million
Project Size: 25,000 gsf

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