Ulta Cosmetics - Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
Steel moment frames, open-web steel joist, and composite decking material high-light this hurricane resistant commercial structure. Neighboring buildings within the Sayebrook Development will include Marshalls & Rack Room.
Ulta carries cosmetics, skin care brands, fragrances, and hair cair products. The company is headquartered in Bolingbrook, Illinois.
Design partner: Miller Design Services millerdesignservices.webs.com
Marshalls - Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
Conventional concrete, block masonry, open-web steel joist, and composite decking material high-light this hurricane resistant commercial structure. Neighboring buildings within the Sayebrook Development will include Target and Petco.
Marshalls was acquired by The TJX Companies, Inc. in 1995, and together with T.J. Maxx, forms The Marmaxx Group, the largest off-price retailer of apparel in the U.S. Marshalls stores average approximately 32,000 square feet in retail space. Design partner: Miller Design Services millerdesignservices.webs.com
Holiday Inn - Chattanooga, Tennessee
A hyrbrid reinforced concrete and autoclaved aerated concrete block mid-rise is new to the Chattanooga area and serves as a structural model to future energy-friendly hotels.
In conjunction with Thomas Development and Dale Gilliland & Associates Architecture, this structure is the first of its kind in the state.
Courtesy:Gilliland & Associates
Bella Costa Towers - Cherry Grove, South Carolina
A driven auger cast pile and reinforced concrete pilecap foundation system supports this conventional and post-tension reinforced concrete high-rise condominium structure.
In conjunction with Palmetto Development and Robin Roberts, AIA, this structure provides a modern touch to the northern South Carolina ocean front.
Affordable Suites - Augusta, Georgia
A conventional spread footing and concrete block stem supports a conventionally framed segmented timber shearwall and roof truss structure.
Courtesy: Graham Group Architecture
Marshalls at Sayebrook - Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
A conventional spread footing and concrete block shearwall system supports a steel girder and heavy bar roof frame. Marshalls retail is one of several buildings designed in partnership with Miller Design Services and Chancel Construction.
Courtesy: Miller Design Services
Ethan Allen at Coastal Grande - Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
Isolated concrete footings support concentrically braced steel frames. Open-web steel joists along with pneumatically fastened steel deck comprise the roof structure. The prototype posed construction challenges due to the site specific conditions. Through subgrade surcharge and differential settlement analysis the end product represents sustainable design at its most efficient.
Sonic Drive-Thru - Binghamton, New York
A Monolithic reinforced concrete foundation supports pre-cast concrete wall panels or timber stud wall panels. Open web parallel chord wood trusses comprise the roof structure. This joint venture between Palmetto Architecture, WJD Construction, and Martinez & Associates is the genesis of several franchises throughout the east coast.
Max & Erma's - Conway, South Carolina
A hybrid steel and wood frame wall system resists lateral forces generated by hurricane force winds. Pre-manufactured timber joists make-up the roof frame. This prototype is the corporation's first in the area.
Courtesy:Miller Design Services