Summarize the project's program, features, and achievements: The total transformation of this 200 acre site includes a 1.6-mile performance track, two off road experience tracks, a 2-acre skid pad, a 37,000 square foot corporate event center that can seat 1,200 people, a community pool, and 16 tilt-up industrial buildings that will house over 300 individual car condos units for automotive enthusiasts. The 16 buildings along the track and around the community pool are 36’ high tilt-up buildings with an eco-friendly exterior finish which includes an exposed sealed concrete finish. Custom formliner designed to replicate tire tracks, reveal, and almost 50,000 holes made to look like snap ties highlight the architectural exterior features. Each of the units have balconies and are hurricane rated.
What obstacles were overcome related to the schedule, budget, program, specification, site, etc. on this project? Hurricane Ian Abundance of rain caused wet conditions on the site
Please communicate any engineering complexities or unique features of the panel design for this project. ? the 300 units are all individually owned and options to add mezzanine became a challenge in the design for the engineer of record, Richard Adams
What is the potential for this project's impact on the community and/or environment? This project will become a major attraction to the Tampa Bay area both for car enthusiasts and for companies to host corporate events
Tampa, FL 33610
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