Circle East is a 240,000-square-foot high-rise apartment and retail complex project in Towson, MD. This 8-story redevelopment features Hambro Structural Floors bearing on prefabricated load bearing metal studs over 6-stories of a poured in place parking structure. The combination of Hambro on load bearing metal studs provides a lighter structure that can help reduce the transfer and foundation requirements when building up to 11 stories. The strip and go Hambro forming system bearing on fully sheathed prefabricated wall panels resulted in a faster construction schedule. This allowed the building to be closed in as the structure went up.
Swirnow Structures brings you the Hambro® D500 Structural Floor System, providing a cost effective floor that is 2 to 3 times more rigid than competing systems due to its composite design. This makes it the perfect choice for any project, such as these exciting projects that will benefit from Hambro’s superior fire and sound ratings.
575 South is a new mixed-use luxury condominium building located in King of Prussia, PA. This 4-story building utilizes 88,593-square-feet of Hambro Structural Floors bearing on steel studs. Developer Toll Brothers chose Hambro composite floor joists for its superior fire & sound ratings. Hambro has U.L. Fire Ratings for 1, 2 and 3 hours, with no need for fire dampers, and an STC 57, one of the highest in the industry.
Maris Grove is a premier continuing care retirement community from developer Erickson Living located in Glen Mills, PA. Construction of a new 3-story extended care facility will benefit from the utilization of Hambro Structural Floor Joists on load bearing steel stud wall panels. This amenity rich facility joins numerous other buildings on the campus which benefit from Hambro composite joists on this 87-acre community in Delaware County.
As part of UMD’s 15-year On-Campus Housing Strategic plan, they are building a new residence hall and dining facility. Both of these buildings will utilize Hambro Structural Floor Joists bearing on steel studs. The new dining hall, replacing an outdated 1974 facility, will contain 1,055-seats, and is designed for LEED Silver certification. The new 7-story dorm will be constructed on the site of old athletic fields, and is designed to maximize natural light and create an engaging housing experience for undergraduates.
Wind Crest is a continuing care retirement community developed and managed by Erickson Living. Located in the Denver, CO area, Wind Crest is currently expanding their Highlands Ranch community to include a new 7-story independent living residence building. Wind Crest’s 89-acre campus will house multiple buildings featuring the Hambro floor system on steel stud bearing walls.