Current / Featured Projects
Michael L. Ewald, Architect LLC has been providing professional Architecture, Engineering and Planning services for clients since the firm's inception in 2005. Past and present projects range from renovation of existing facilities to new construction projects. Below are a few of the current / featured projects being performed by Michael L. Ewald, Architect and Architect Mike Ewald.
Eldorado CUSD No. 4
Michael L. Ewald, Architect LLC is assisting Eldorado CUSD No. 4 with several projects including An Outdoor Classroom Pavilion, New Elementary School Entrance Canopies, a Fitness Center Addition to the Duff-Kingston Gym and a New Early Childhood Center Facility. The various projects are in the construction and planning phases with additional construction anticipated to start in the spring of 2022.
MotoRad of America
Michael L. Ewald, Architect LLC is assisting MotoRad of America with renovations to maximize Shipping and Receiving capabilities related to current and anticipated future growth. MotoRad is a leader in the after-market automotive parts industry and continues to increase it's market share. MotoRad's success has resulted in the need for recent increased Shipping and Receiving facilities. Architect Mike Ewald is coordinating the comprehensive conversion of a 58,000 SF former retail building into new MotoRad Warehouse Space.
Galatia Gymnasium Renovations
Michael L. Ewald, Architect LLC recently assisted Galatia CUSD No. 1 with renovations to the Galatia Elementary School Gym and an HVAC Replacement project at the Galatia High School Gym. The High School Gym HVAC Renovations replaced steam boiler heating with forced air heating and cooling. The Elementary School Gym Renovations removed obsolete built-in bleachers with storage rooms below and installed new 4-tier wooden bleachers. New basketball standards and various associated upgrades are also part of the project. Additional projects in the planning or construction phase include Bus Barn Site Work and Classroom Air Conditioning projects.
Hoyleton UMC Restoration
Michael L. Ewald, Architect LLC teamed with Shores Builders of Centralia for a Design-Build project delivery for the restoration and renovation of the fire-damaged Hoyleton United Methodist Church of Christ. The church was extensively damaged following a lightning strike and devastating fire. The work included re-building the sanctuary, including the extensive interior wood trim, installing a fiberglass steeple reaching 100 feet into the air and restoring stained glass windows.