High rises

Duke Energy Center Mixed Use Complex Charlotte, North Carolina

Duke Energy Center Mixed Use Complex

TRC Worldwide Engineering, Inc. provided structural engineering design and contract administration services for the Duke Energy Center project. The landmark six-phase, high-rise mixed use development includes a 50-story LEED certified office tower over 8 stories of parking; a nine-story building annex with a plaza on top; a 37-story condominium over 6 levels of Mint Museum and 9 levels of Parking.

Key Structural Components
Spread footings on sound rock foundation system
Post tensioned concrete slabs
Concrete columns and shear walls
Structural steel framed floors, roof and balconies
 
Design Team
Client: Childress Klein Properties
Lead Architect: TVS Atlanta
Contractor: Batson-Cook Atlanta
Structural Engineers: TRC Worldwide Engineering, Inc.
New Construction: 2,500,000 GSF
Construction Cost: $ 1.3 Billion
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