Mixed Use

Himmarshee Landing Fort Lauderdale, Florida

Himmarshee Landing

TRC Worldwide Engineering, Inc. provided structural engineering design, contract administration and threshold inspection services on this mixed-use project that combines retail, restaurant, office, parking and townhomes to create a neighborhood setting in the downtown's historic section. Himmarshee Landing consists of a five-story, 61,000 square foot retail office building with an attached five and a half-story, 86,000 square foot, 140-space covered parking garage surrounded by nine three-story high-end residential townhomes. Also included is a central two-story atrium, 9,500 square foot restaurant and retail space with a 650 square foot covered waterfront dining area and a pedestrian plaza. Himmarshee Landing was presented the "Community Appearance Award" for 2006 by the City of Fort Lauderdale. The award is for outstanding achievement in Urban Environmental Design.

Key Structural Components
Composite concrete slab on precast concrete joists
Structural concrete frame with concrete columns and shearwalls
Foundation system supported on auger-cast concrete piles
 
Design Team
Owner/Developer: Las Olas Place II
Architect: Pierce Goodwin Alexander & Linville Architects (PGAL)
Contractor: Moss & Associates
Structural Engineers: TRC Worldwide Engineering, Inc.
New Construction: Office Building: 61,000 SF; Parking Garage: 86,000 SF; Townhomes: 2,000-3,000 SF each
Construction Cost: $15 Million
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