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Trinity Towers, Phase II

Working as a collaborative partner with the general contractor and design team from the early stages, the Pacific Structures team successfully responded to changing owner requirements while keeping the project on budget and schedule. During design phase they worked closely with the structural engineer providing quantity allowances for reinforcing in the structure. They also made sure that the drawings were completed with the specific structural details necessary to use column hung flying forms (an innovative method developed by the Pacific Structures Principals) to achieve an aggressive cycle per floor. In order to execute the work using flying forms the team performed thorough pre-planning and coordination with all the other subcontractors, especially the MEPS contractor.

340,000 SF – 5-Day Cycle

 

Architect
Architectonica
Client
Trinity Properties
Location
San Francisco, CA

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