Mixed Use

Renaissance on the River Fort Pierce, Florida

Renaissance on the River

TRC Worldwide Engineering, Inc. provided structural engineering design and construction administration services on this 223,900 square foot, mixed use building located on the waterfront in historic Downtown Fort Pierce. The Renaissance community offers 38 luxury condominium homes with specialty shops and restaurants.

Amenities include an internal atrium with gardens and fountains, sun deck, elevated interior heated swimming pool with whirlpool spa, poolside social lounge and party room, a catering kitchen and dance floor, billiards room, fitness center with state-of-the art equipment, baths, shower and Finnish sauna.

Key Structural Components
Foundation: Auger-cast displacement piles and concrete pile caps
Concrete masonry exterior walls
Cast-in-place concrete beams, columns, and shearwalls
Post tensioned floor and roof slabs
Light gauge metal roof trusses
 
Design Team
Developer: Boca Ven Land, Inc.
Client: Boca Ven Land, Inc.
Architect: Powell Design Group
Contractor: L.H. Construction
Structural Engineers: TRC Worldwide Engineering, Inc.
New Construction: 223,900 GSF
Construction Cost: $32 Million
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