Wood construction with TJI roof and custom glulam beam covered front entry.
Retail building comprised of CMU walls and steel bar joists at roof.
A major renovation of the campus that included two new buildings and the remodeling of two other buildings. The gymnasium was constructed out of steel and wood framing. The roof is supported by a 56 foot long custom designed and fabricated steel tube truss. The roof framing is comprised of open web joists and metal deck.
Major renovation of 1950’s grocery store in to an art studio. Work included adding a mezzanine level that was constructed from composite steel, and an addition constructed from concrete masonry block and steel bar joists.
New construction consisting of concrete masonry block with steel bar joists.
Work consisted of analysis and design of a three level office building constructed from composite steel using Ram structural system.
Office building with parking at lower level. Structural steel frame with composite steel deck and concrete floors. Eccentric braced frames provide lateral support for seismic category D.
Honda dealership with maintenance area below the show room. The lower level is a full height retaining on one side and walk out on the opposite. Main level is framed out of precast concrete with the showroom above framed out of structural steel and steel bar joists.
Major renovation of the fire station in downtown Louisville. There was much debate at the beginning of the design process of whether the existing building should be demolished. In the end we decided to salvage the existing building, precast tee floor and roof and some of the CMU walls. The new building required larger truck doors, to accomplish this we had to provide a steel frames to support the existing CMU walls.
This multi-family project consisted of 460 units of condominiums and townhomes. The condominiums were made up of three different 8 unit building types and the townhomes were primarily 6 unit’s with walkout basement’s. The structure was made up of wood and steel framing with pre-engineered wood roof and floor trusses The majority of the foundations were post-tension slab on grade with a handful of concrete pier foundations due to the highly expansive soils.
Viale Collegio is a three-story, mixed-use building. This 35,000 sq ft building is comprised of parking and retail on the ground level, office space on the second level with residential housing on the third level. To build a cost effective structure that would fit within the building height limit we utilized a composite steel deck and concrete slab as a platform for the wood bearing walls above, allowing for reduced structure depth. This solution provided the architectural integrity required for the building and maintained a cost-effective solution for the client. The foundation for this structure required a concrete pier system with piers up to 30” diameter and lengths of 30’ to accommodate a collapsible soil condition and large loads.
An 11 unit, 42,000 square foot condominium building overlooking the Pacific Ocean. The west side of this dynamic building has an expansive glass façade utilizing its premier beach front location and ocean views. The structure of this five-story building consists of two levels of post-tension concrete platforms and three levels of wood construction. The two lower levels support sub-grade parking.
Retail building comprised of structural steel frame with steel braces and light gage steel framing. The roof is constructed with steel bar joists.
Retail building comprised of structural steel frame with moment frames and light gage steel framing. The roof is constructed with steel bar joists.