Stonewall Station

This 21-story mixed-use structure is located Uptown
Charlotte, North Carolina across Stonewall Street from
the NASCAR Hall of Fame.

Level 1 has multiple residential spaces, the largest of
which will be home to Whole Foods. The basement, a
portion of Levels 1-8 and Level 9 are dedicated
parking for retail and residential. Residential units
are provided at Levels 3-7 (wood-framing) as well as
Levels 10-19 (high-rise). Residential amenity spaces
are provided at Levels 3, 10 and 19.

Multiple structural systems were employed in the
design of this project, including post-tensioned flat-plate
slabs, post-tensioned beams and girders,
composite structural steel framing, concrete columns,
concrete shear walls, and structural wood framing.
The foundation for the structure is a combination of
shallow spread footings bearing on rock and concrete
drilled piers.

Project Details

Location: Charlotte, NC
Square Footage: 1,178,000
Number of Floors: 21

Services Provided:
High-Rise Lateral Modeling & Design
Post Tensioned Concrete
Deep Foundation Systems
Building Information Modeling
Retaining Structures
Type III, IV, & V Wood Frame Design

Key Staff:

  • Industry Years Experience: 25
  • Registrations: GA, AL, AR, CO, DC, FL, KY, LA, MD, MI, MO, NC, OH, PA, SC, TN, TX, and VA; NCEES Registration, #24849
  • Education: Masters of Civil/Structural Engineering, NC State University, 1996
    Bachelors of Civil/Structural Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, 1993
  • Notable Industry Committee Memberships: Structural Engineers Association of GA, American Concrete Institute, American Society of Civil Engineers, Construction Specification Institute, American Consulting Engineering Council, and the National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying

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