Critical Path has been selected to execute the redevelopment and renovation of the historic George H. Fink Studio building in Coral Gables, FL. This building was built in 1925. Fink was one of the key architects in creating the city’s look and designing the Mediterranean style that’s seen throughout the Gables. His studio is listed in the city’s planning code as the prime example of the design style.
The building will be revitalized as the new home of Coral Gables Economic Development offices. On Thursday, Jan 21 a ribbon-cutting ceremony took place with city officials and Critical Path staff in attendance to mark the initiation of the project.
Critical Path CEO Craig Schaffer gave a guided tour of the historic preservation of the Carl Fisher Club House on Miami Beach as part of the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce’s 100th Anniversary livestream event. Video to come!
We’re coming to the end of an extensive interior renovation of all the public spaces at this signature condo on Miami Beach. This project called for a complete design update to the Mezzanine level and all the amenities as well as the lobby and hallways. Here are some before and after photos for comparison.
On May 3, 2019 Critical Path, the Mayor of Miami Beach, City Commissioners and others celebrated the groundbreaking for the Convention Center “Pride” Park – Over six acres of parking lot are being transformed into a public park, including a tropical garden, game lawn, shaded areas, veterans’ plaza, and public art. In total, $7 million is being allocated to Art in Public Spaces, representing the largest response to a call to artists in the history of Miami- Dade County, and an important aspect of integrating culture into the everyday lives of the community.
The Convention Center’s existing truck staging and parking lot is transformed into a new world-class public park with plantings that showcases the unique flora and botany of Miami Beach, add 175 new shade trees, and provide flexible lawn areas. A Veteran’s Memorial is designed to seamlessly weave into the park experience while providing a place to honor and tell the unique story of Miami Beach’s Veterans.
This new green space will become a central public space for Miami Beach and will be the centerpiece for a world-class Convention Center. Critical Path is the General Contractor for this $9.5M project.
Critical Path is working on a comprehensive renovation of this ’80’s condo building. So far the corridors are complete and totally updated and phase 2 is underway with a complete renovation of the public areas underway. It’s great to see an iconic building like this one get a complete facelift to bring it into 2018.
Construction has finished on this ground-up retail building in the Miami Design District at 80 NE 40th St. Awaiting its first tenant, the building was designed by MKDA Architects and is a stunning example of contemporary design in concrete and glass.
9 ISLAND AVE, MIAMI BEACH
Critical Path has been selected as the General Contractor in collaboration with DSS Condo as the owner’s representative. A full gut out and interior renovation is in the works for this early 80’s classic. This multi-phased project will boast new contemporary interiors in all public spaces and corridors upon completion
80 NE 40TH – DESIGN DISTRICT
Curtain wall glass is going in and exterior work is wrapping up on our Design District project. The design by MKDA will stand out nicely in this developing area.
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AIA Conference on Architecture
As an AIA Allied Member, Critical Path recently attended the AIA Conference on Architecture in Orlando, FL, April 27-29. The conference engaged head-on with important trending topics around advocacy, resiliency, climate change, social impact, and more. We were graced with an empowering speech by previous First Lady, Michelle Obama, as well as many other amazing speakers touching on bringing together science and design. Make sure to join next for next year’s conference in the Big Apple (NYC)!
Critical Path Construction takes on and completes the task of a massive renovation of nearly 100,000 square feet of retail space, adjoining offices and exterior space at SawGrass Mills Mall in 2016 for the first Century 21 store in Florida. The project was completed on time for opening during the holiday shopping season.
Read below to see what we’re up to at Critical Path. Do you need a solid partner to take your project through to completion? We’re proud of the work we do and the people we do it with. If you have a project you’d like to talk about with us don’t hesitate – Give us a call at (305)-856-3919.
We’re working 7 days a week and adding extra shifts to get the first Century 21 Florida location at Sawgrass Mills ready for the holiday season. Over 100,000 square feet of department-store level finish.
Check out the cool video showing our progress!
Design/Build for Volvo of North Miami Beach
Critical Path is providing comprehensive
design/build services for the new flagship dealer location. We’re much more than just a construction company – our decades of experience make us a valued partner throughout all the project phases including planning, design, budgeting, and complete project management.
Going up in the Design District
Things are moving on this stunning Design District project at 80 NE 40th St, Miami. The design by MKDA (http://www.mkda.com/) will complement the amazing development happening all over the area. It’s going to be very cool.
Next – President Hotel Annex SOBE
Development work has started on the Annex – a 5-story addition to the President Hotel at 1425 Collins Ave – this new building will fit into the Art Deco Historic District adding 25 keys and a rooftop pool to the existing property.
Critical Path’s New Offices
We’re going to be moving into new quarters soon at 3305 SW 37th Avenue, Miami FL. We’ll let you know when the big office-warming party is going to happen!
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