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Shelmore Village

Constructed in a little more than six months, the Shelmore village project was able to use Tilt-Up to provide the most cost-effective structural design solution for affordable housing. The client wished to not only be cost-efficient, but also wanted to re-create the charm of Historic Charleston by preserving the aesthetically pleasing nature of the late 17th and early 18th century architecture.

The architect was able to show that Tilt-Up would help resolve the existing design and constructability issues expressed by the client, such as providing the necessary durability needed for the local environment including hurricane winds, salt water and seismic activity. Tilt-Up also provided the opportunity to vary the roof line across each building using EIFS cornices or mansard expressions as well as varying exterior finishes including brick, stucco, clapboard or concrete providing each unit with its own identity. Casting slabs were used on this project due to the site constraints in relation to the number of panels and overall wall area.

The end product incorporates important design elements including multi-level porches with decorative columns and wrought iron rails, shuttered windows, open and inviting storefronts, entrance canopies and separate live/work entrances for the owner’s convenience.

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Project Location

Mount Pleasant, SC
United States

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Project Team

General Contractor:
Concrete Contractor:
Citadel Contractors, Inc.
Meadow Burke
Meadow Burke
Nox-Crete Products Group
HD Supply Construction & Industrial White Cap

Project Specifics

Project Category:
Building Types:
Number of Floors:
Number of Panels:
227 panels
Tilt-Up Wall Area:
121,770 sq ft (11,312 sq m)
Total Floor Area:
89,712 sq ft (8,334 sq m)
Project Footprint:
29,904 sq ft (2,778 sq m)
Tallest Panel:
34 ft 1 in (10.39 m)
Widest Panel:
21 ft 7 in (6.59 m)
Largest Panel:
715 sq ft (66.4 sq m)
Heaviest Panel:
82,000 lbs (37,195 kg)