University of South Florida - Magnolia Hall Tampa, Florida

University of South Florida - Magnolia Hall

This college dormitory consists of three separate buildings, two with seven-supported levels and one with six-supported levels. There are also three one-supported levels between the buildings. There are seven full height internal stair towers and two full height elevator towers in the three structures. The exterior of this building consists of 10" insulated horizontal and vertical wall panels with staggered vertical reveals and recesses. The floors consist of 8" and 10" hollow-core plank with 2 ½" of CIP topping. The roofs of the one-supported levels between the buildings consist of double tees and beams.

Key Structural Components
10" insulated exterior wall panels
8" solid interior panels at stair towers
Design Team
Client: Coreslab Structures (TAMPA), Inc.
Architect: Gould Evans
Contractor: Peter Brown Construction
Structural Engineers: Walter P Moore
Precast Specialty Engineer: TRC Worldwide Engineering, Inc.
New Construction: 353,500 GSF
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