The project involves the design and construction of new residential buildings and parking garage structures at the Maris Grove Retirement Community for Erickson Living in Concord Township, PA.
Building 3.3: The residential building includes 5 stories of senior residential units with one level of partially below grade parking. There are a total of 90 units with 23,500sf per floor and 117,500sf total, 141,000sf total including the parking. The parking garage is two stories with the lowest level partially below grade. Total size is approximately 28,000sf for 80 vehicles. The scope also includes a bridge linking the 2nd Floor of building 3.3 to building 3.1. The bridge is framed with structural precast designed by specialty contractor and foundations designed by Structura.
Building 3.4: Building 3.4 is 6 stories and includes 73 units along with approximate 30,000 SF of community/amenity space over a total of 138,000 SF. The building is located west of building 3.3 and adjacent to buildings 3.5 and 3.6. The community/amenity spaces are located on the lowest two levels and include restaurant, conference and office usages. The building is accessible indoors from buildings 3.5 and 3.6 yet structurally independent; movement joints were required between adjacent structures. The scope also includes a bridge linking the 2nd Floor of building 3.4 to building 3.3. The bridge is framed with structural precast designed by specialty contractor and foundations designed by Structura.
Building 3.5: Building 3.5 is 4 stories and includes 51 units over 81,850 SF. The building is located just north of and adjacent to the community center.
Building 3.6: Building 3.6 is 4 stories and includes 49 units over 78,500 SF. The building is located just west of and adjacent to the community center.
Bridge 1.1 to 3.3: The project involves the design and construction of a new bridge that will connect the 2nd Floor of the existing Building 1.1 to the 3rd Floor of Building 3.3. The bridge s framed with both pre-engineered structural precast and structural steel framing and is founded on shallow spread footings that re coordinated with the existing conditions, most importantly the existing foundations at either end.