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International Design Center

Although the owner – Miromar Development Corporation -- for this retail/office multi-use project was unfamiliar with Tilt-Up construction, the estimated cost savings of using site-cast instead of masonry won favor, making Tilt-Up the ideal solution.

Constructed in about eight months, the 270,000-square-foot project offers a high-end space with flexibility for a variety of tenants. With the tallest panel measuring 65 feet, recessed arched windows were central to the design theme and create a dramatic effect.

One of the challenges for this project was adhering to the project schedule even though the owner wanted elements of the project redesigned once the project had begun. To further complicate this situation, the owner decided to hire a new general contractor midstream.

Even in the face of these obstacles, the owner saved about $6 million dollars by converting the project from masonry and stucco to Tilt-Up.

 
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Project Location

Estero, FL 33928
United States

TILT-UP ACHIEVEMENT AWARD

The Tilt-Up Achievement Awards were established to honor projects that use site-cast tilt-up concrete to introduce new building types, advance industry technology and provide unique solutions to building programs. Winning entries illustrate the variety, beauty, and flexibility of tilt-up construction.

ACHIEVEMENT

2007

The world’s greatest tilt-up structures are featured by the TCA as Tilt-Up Achievement Award Winners. Learn more >

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Project Team (TCA Members)

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Suppliers:
CMC Construction Services
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Project Specifics

Project Category:
Office
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Number of Floors:
0
Total Floor Area:
270,000 sq ft (25,083 sq m)
Tallest Panel:
65 ft 0 in (19.81 m)
Largest Panel:
2,405 sq ft (223.4 sq m)
Heaviest Panel:
141,000 lbs (63,957 kg)