November 15, 2018 from 4:00pm to 5:00pm
Jason Adams with Sinclair Construction Group will serve as moderator of this roundtable discussion investigating the options, design, benefits and challenges of working with jointless, or expanded joint, floors.
November 15, 2018 from 5:00pm to 6:00pm
The use of grade 80 welded wire reinforcement in tilt-up panels is becoming the go-to choice for many designers and contractors. During this talk, its value and benefits in the tilt-up market will be explored. We will cover the design and fabrication of this product as well as highligh...
November 15, 2018 from 6:00pm to 7:30pm
Value Office is a term we’ve coined for the conversion of a typical conventionally constructed (that is steel or concrete framed perimeter column non-load-bearing wall construction) market office building to tilt-up technology. The original task, one of commodifying the building method t...
INOVA II is strategically situated immediately east of the intersection of I-25 and East Dry Creek Road. This building is the second in a seven-building planned business park that will offer over 850,000 square feet of inventive mixed-use property. Current plans accommodate up to five additional buildings, with at least three multistory office, one industrial /flex asset with 24 foot clear heights, as well as over 650,000 square feet of single- and multi tenant occupancy, with flexible floor plates to accommodate campus users from 30,000 to 200,000 square feet. Phase two is the second five-story tilt-up office building constructed in the Denver market. The building will feature state-of-the-art construction, LEED Silver certification, column-free flexible floor plates and lease rates under $20 a square foot, triple net. Additional amenities include country club bathroom design, bike storage, showers, lockers, and a food truck court.
The overall sense of presence the building conveys is well scaled and balanced in spite of the market driven floorplate sizes which could be, handled differently, overwhelming.
The building has accommodated the need to be general without succumbing to being neutral.