maximizing space and cutting the cost
Modern technology and conventional material unite to conquer space management and budget conflicts.
Johnson Controls needed a single story office building that would utilize space and cut costs.
We delivered a single story structure utilizing cast-on-site tilt-up wall panels with a conventional steel framing system.
To bring a maximum seal and prevent leaking, we constructed a four-ply built-up roof.
The Design/Build team for this build-to-suit project consisted of the owner, architect, Johnson Controls management, and Meyer Brothers Building Company.
|Square Footage||24,000 S.F.|
|Location||1001 NW Technology Center Dr. | Lee’s Summit, MO|
|End Use||Office Complex|
|Completion Date||january 2003|
|Architectural Features||Cast-on-site tilt-up wall panels | 4-ply built-up roof|
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|Architect||Davidson Design Group|