MCE provided structural engineering services for this multifamily residential project. The project consisted of three different two-story buildings and a clubhouse for a combined 26,000 square foot structure. Wood was used as the primary building material for the 25-unit complex with light wood-framed shear walls to resist the lateral load. MCE design services included schematic design, final design and construction administration, which included site visits during construction. The site is located in Zone 3 with a required 90 mph, exposure B wind loading.
MCE provided structural calculations, drawings, and construction services for this new, three-story, mixed-use structure with two separate structures connected by a common walkway, open retail space, parking garage, and six townhouses. The structural frame was constructed of wood framing with the exception of the parking garage and the balconies. The parking garage ceiling was framed using a composite concrete floor and structural steel beams, while the exterior walls of the parking garage were a combination of cast-in-place concrete and masonry.
This multifamily residential project consisted of four, three-story apartment buildings and two, one-story general use buildings with a combined square footage of 85,000. Wood was used as the primary building material for the 84-unit complex with light, wood-framed shear walls to resist the lateral load.