Mixed Use

The Village at Lake Norman Cornelius, North Carolina

The Village at Lake Norman

TRC Worldwide Engineering, Inc. provided structural engineering design and construction administration services on this mixed use project on approximately 63 acres that include buildings, parking, parks and internal roads. The village-type atmosphere of the project is centered on a main street with a large village green, plaza areas, surface parking, and extensive landscaping.

Phase I of The Village will consist of approximately 550,000 square feet of one to six story high-end retail and residential buildings, a retail and residential underground service court, an underground parking garage for 626 cars, and a mechanical plant for Phase I structures.

Key Structural Components
Street and Retail Level: Conventional cast-in-place concrete slabs and beams.
Residential Levels: Post-tensioned flat plate superstructure with shear walls and asteel roof system.
 
Design Team
Developer: Cornelius Bromont & Carsen Douglas Development
Architect: Bartlett, Hartley + Mulkey Architects, P.A.
Contractor: Whiting-Turner Contracting Company
Structural Engineers: TRC Worldwide Engineering, Inc.
New Construction: 550,000 GSF
Construction Cost: $175 Million
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