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A new 5-story steel frame office building with precast concrete and storefront facade. The facility, for the Kentucky state government, was designed and constructed in 18 months.
The project, located in Beaumont Centre on the southwest side of Lexington , consists of two floors of approximately 17,000 sq ft each above grade over a 6,000 sq ft basement and a 5,000 sq ft crawl space for lab piping access. It is a steel frame structure utilizing steel joists for the roof and composite steel beam construction for the first and second floors. The lateral load resisting system for the building utilizes moment resisting frames at the perimeter. The foundation system consists of concrete spread footings which bear on soil.
This project was a new $4 M, 3-story, 40,000 sq ft, steel frame office building.
The structure consists of a steel deck and joist roof system for the roof and a concrete slab on composite steel deck and beams for the second floor. The floor and roof are supported by interior steel columns and load-bearing site-cast tilt-up concrete walls at the perimeter.
The project is a high end automobile dealership facility consisting of a large show room, drop off/receiving area, parts department and service bay. The structure is primarily a 1-story steel frame on concrete spread footings. The parts department has a second floor storage area. The floor was framed with a concrete slab on composite steel deck over composite steel beams.
The project consisted of a two-story office building with approximately 10,500 sq ft per floor. It is a steel frame structure with composite steel beam construction utilized for the second floor framing and steel joists utilized for the roof framing. The lateral bracing system consists of concentric and eccentric braced frames at the stair shafts. The structure is founded on reinforced concrete spread footings on engineered fill.