915 N. Franklin

This project is a 23-story high rise apartment building in downtown Tampa, FL. It is a concrete frame, using post-tensioned concrete slabs, braced with concrete shear walls. The building is supported on caissons drilled deep to competent rock. There is an elevated pool structured by deep PT beams, along with an open exterior amenity space at Level 8. A penthouse level with Sky Club is situated at the top level. E+M devised a “stepped” column system on the east face of the building to allow for the columns to transition from the allotted space in the parking and retail spaces to their intended position in the upper residential units. A very efficient shear wall design allowed for a cost-effective and non-intrusive design

Project Details

Location: Tampa, FL
Square Footage: 701,430
Number of Floors: 24

Services Provided:
High-Rise Lateral Modeling & Design
Post Tensioned Concrete
Deep Foundation Systems
Building Information Modeling

Key Staff:

  • Industry Years Experience: 14
  • Registrations: GA, DC, NC, SC, AZ, MD, DC, PA, TX and VA; NCEES Registration, #29203
  • Education: Master of Civil Engineering Structural Specialization, GA Institute of Technology, 1998
    Bachelor of Engineering, Universidad Rafael Urdaneta (Venezuela), 1995
  • Notable Industry Committee Memberships: Post- Tensioning Institute, American Concrete Institute, American Society of Civil Engineers, American Institute of Steel Construction
  • Industry Years Experience: 13
  • Registrations: GA
  • Education: B.S. Civil Engineering – Structural concentration, Clarkson University, 2001
    MS Structural Engineering, Clemson University 2002

 

  • Industry Years Experience: 13
  • Registrations: NC, SC, NCEES Model Law Engineer
  • Education: B.S. Civil Engineering, NC State, 2004
  • Notable Industry Committees: NC Structural Engineer’s Association

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