Mixed Use

Corner Market at Almand Creek Conyers, Georgia

Corner Market at Almand Creek

TRC Worldwide Engineering, Inc. provided structural engineering design and construction administration services on this 80,700 square foot, multi-use commercial center comprised of seven independent buildings.

The multi use center includes a mix of "Main Street" and "Victorian" style buildings situated throughout a pedestrian friendly complex. The four single story and three multi-story buildings of varying architectural styles, footprints, veneers, and a canopy configurations provide a diverse and dynamic commercial center. A signature piece of the center is a 65 foot multi-story brick veneer tower which incorporates elevator and stair access.

Key Structural Components
Conventional reinforced concrete spread footing foundation system.
"Main Street" style roof structures consist of open-web steel joists supported by steel beams and columns.
"Victorian" style roof structure consists of pre-engineered metal roof trusses supported by steel beams and columns.
Elevated floors are composed of concrete on metal deck supported by a composite structural steel floor system.
The buildings' lateral resisting systems are a mix of steel braced frame, steel moment frames, and concrete shear walls in order to accommodate the diverse architecture and provide flexibility for future tenants.
 
Design Team
Architect: Rosser International, Inc.
Structural Engineers: TRC Worldwide Engineering, Inc.
New Construction: 80,700 GSF
Construction Cost: $12 Million
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