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November 2012

Charles E. "Pat" Pattillo, III passed away on November 26. Pat had practiced architecture in the firm of Gordon, Drake & Pattillo and Drake/Pattillo & Associates, Architects from 1962-1994. His love of family and friends, respect for his community and its traditions and his influence on this firm cannot be overstated. He will be missed. His obituary can be viewed here.

   

Solantic Walk-in Urgent care

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April 2012

R. Dean Scott, Architect, Inc. has completed design of a 3,500 square foot free standing shell building located on SR 200 at Nassau Center Court in Yulee, Florida. The building will be the future home of Solantic Baptist Urgent Care. The new center will replace the smaller Solantic facility which was formerly located inside the Yulee Wal-Mart. That center was also designed by RDSA. Auld & White Constructors will provide construction services for the shell building.

   
   
Episcopal Children's Services
January 2012

Construction of the new Early Head Start facility for Episcopal Children’s Services was completed in December of 2011 and the facility opened for students in January 2012. The project was designed by R. Dean Scott, Architect, Inc. and is the fifth Head Start / Early Head Start facility designed by the firm for ECS. The building is approximately 5,000 sf in area and features six classrooms, a multi-purpose room, break room and administrative space. The site improvements included a new, fenced playground, gravel parking area, landscaping and lighting. The facility is located on West 5th Street in Jacksonville adjacent to the KIPP School. Building services were provided by Jason Hursey Construction.

   
Baptist Primary Care
December 2011

R. Dean Scott, Architect, Inc. completed the design of new medical offices for Baptist Primary Care. The 4,148 sf facility is located in the Bartram Park retail center on Old St. Augustine Road near I-95 in Jacksonville. The location will be home for the practices of Tessa Ricci, M.D. and Carolyn Tran, M.D. The facility includes eight exam rooms, two labs, nurses’ station, waiting area and offices. Construction services will be provided by Towers Contracting of Northeast Florida. Opening is scheduled for April 2012.

   
Lee High School
September 2011

Ribbon cutting ceremony was held for new Classroom Building at Robert E. Lee High School No. 33 in Jacksonville, Florida on September 19, 2011. The event was a celebration and open house for the facility which houses Lee’s Science and Engineering Academy Magnet (SEAM). The building, designed by R. Dean Scott, Architect, Inc., is three stories and approximately 42,000 sf. It contains two engineering labs, three science labs, an art lab, skills development labs, general classrooms and administrative space. The project was substantially completed in August 2011 and opened for the 2011-2012 academic year. Danis provided construction management services for the $10 million project.

   
Breaking Ground ContractingAssociated Builders and Contractors August 2011

Breaking Ground Contracting earned an “Award of Excellence” from Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) Florida First Coast Chapter. The award was part of ABC’s 2011 Excellence in Construction program. The project recognized was Sanctuary Remodeling at Lakewood Presbyterian Church in Jacksonville, Florida. R. Dean Scott, Architect, Inc. designed the remodeling which included the chancel, choir loft, portions of the nave and narthex areas.

   
Episcopal High School
August 2011

New science lab and renovated mini-theater open for 2011-2012 academic year at Episcopal High School in Jacksonville, Florida. R. Dean Scott, Architect, Inc. (RDSA) designed the new science laboratory which combined two former general classrooms into one laboratory. The lab features built in laboratory casework with individual workstations as well as an area for group instruction. RDSA also designed the first phase of renovations to the mini-theater, Episcopal’s black box performance space. The renovations included new wall finishes, new railings, lighting and electrical upgrades. Elkins Constructors provided construction services for both projects.

   
"St. Dunstan’s and John"

August 2009

Charles E. “Pat” Pattillo, III, former partner in the firm of Drake/Pattillo & Associates, Architects, Inc., and author of St. Dunstan’s & John, is the subject of an article in the Florida Times-Union.

http://www.jacksonville.com/news/metro/2009-08-10/story/churches_draw_jacksonville_architect_into_the_past

   
United States Green Building Council

May 2009

R. Dean Scott, Architect, Inc. is pleased to announce that R. Dean Scott, AIA has become a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Accredited Professional (LEED® AP). The LEED program is administered by the United States Green Building Council (USGBC). The firm has been a member of the USGBC since 2007. Mr. Scott’s certification underscores the firm’s commitment to sustainable design practices.

   
"St. Dunstan’s and John"

January 2009

Charles E. “Pat” Pattillo, III spoke to the Jacksonville Historical Society on January 29, 2009 regarding his recently published book St. Dunstan’s and John. The presentation included discussion of historic carpenter gothic churches located along the St. Johns River. These churches, along with the people who built them and the people who visited them, inspired Pat to write the book.

   
Solantic Walk-in Urgent care
December 2008

Solantic Walk-in Urgent Care Center in Orlando International Airport opened on December 16, 2008. R. Dean Scott, Architect, Inc. was pleased to provide architectural and construction contract administration services for this important project. The center occupies approximately 1,000 sf on the third level of the main terminal. The center features an inviting waiting area, four exam rooms, an x-ray/procedure room, lab and restroom. The center is Solantic’s 23rd location in Florida. Gomez Construction of Winter Park, Florida provided general contracting services for the project. For more information regarding the opening of Solantic’s Orlando International Airport center, follow this link.

 

 

“Merry Monkees”
November 2008

R. Dean Scott, Architect, Inc. completed its entry for the sixth annual Rotary Gingerbread Extravaganza. The entry was entitled “Merry Monkees” and was created with gingerbread, icing, marshmallows, sugar cookies and other goodies. The gingerbread display is inside historic St. Andrew’s Church located near the sports complex in downtown Jacksonville. The display will be open throughout the holiday season. Visit www.rotarycharity.org for more information.

   
Solantic Walk-in Urgent care
September 2008

Solantic Walk-in Urgent Care Center in Vero Beach, Florida opened on September 24, 2008. R. Dean Scott, Architect, Inc. was pleased to provide architectural services for the 3,800 sf center. The center was constructed by Kirchman Construction Co. of Stuart, Florida. The Vero Beach center is Solantic’s 19th location. R. Dean Scott, Architect, Inc. has provided architectural services for seven of the centers and has designs in progress for three more centers. For more information about Solantic’s Vero Beach center, follow this link for the press release.

   
Hibernia Baptist Church July 2008

R. Dean Scott, Architect, Inc. has been selected by Hibernia Baptist Church in Fleming Island, Florida to design their new sanctuary and education building. The 40,000 sf building will include an auditorium that will seat over 1,100 as well as classrooms and a hospitality area. Thomas May Construction Company of Orange Park, Florida will provide general contracting services for the project. To learn more about Hibernia Baptist Church visit www.hiberniabaptist.org.

   
Duval County Public Schools logo
May 2008

Duval County Public Schools has selected R. Dean Scott, Architect, Inc. for the Annual Contract for Architect/Engineer Services. This marks the second time the firm has been selected by DCPS for a continuing contract. The first project to be executed under the new contract will be a smoke control system for the auditorium at Sandalwood High School No. 237.

 

New & Old Logos

January 2006

It is our pleasure to announce that Drake/Pattillo & Associates, Architects, Inc. has changed the name of the firm to R. Dean Scott, Architect, Inc. R. Dean Scott, AIA, president of Drake/Pattillo & Associates, Architects, Inc. will continue as president of the firm.

   
Duval County Public Schools logo

May 2005

Duval County Public Schools selected W. G. Mills and SchenkelShultz Architecture as design/build partners for new High School AAA No. 268. Drake/Pattillo & Associates, Architects, Inc. will serve as associate architects for the project. The new school will have 2,320 student stations. The construction budget is approximately $56 million.

   
Duval County Public Schools logo

March 2005

Duval County Public Schools selected Skanska USA Building and Drake/Pattillo & Associates, Architects, Inc. as design/build partners for the HVAC Replacement at Mandarin High School No. 260 and First Coast High School No. 265. The project construction cost is approximately $8.5 million.

   
“Jackson-mill”

November 2004

Drake/Pattillo & Associates, Architects, Inc. has earned the "Best Entry by a Company" award from the Rotary Club of South Jacksonville for its creation entitled "Jackson-mill". "Jackson-mill" was constructed by members of the firm for the second annual Rotary Gingerbread Extravaganza.

   
“Dorothy’s House”

November 2003

Drake/Pattillo & Associates, Architects, Inc. has earned the "Best Entry by a Company" award from the Rotary Club of South Jacksonville for its depiction of "Dorothy's House" from the Wizard of Oz. "Dorothy's House" was built from gingerbread and decorated with candy and other food products. The display was created for the Rotary Club's inaugural Gingerbread Extravaganza.

   
 
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