The Project Fireball development is a new concrete tilt-up warehouse building with offices. The building footprint encompasses approximately 1,080,308 square feet of area and also has a 250,028 square foot elevated mezzanine within the building footprint. The building components consisted of Portland cement concrete (PCC) perimeter footings, interior pad footings, slab-on-grade, tilt-up wall panels, and an elevated mezzanine deck, with structural steel support frames, columns, bracing, and roof components. The development also included a planned 1,000 site car parking stalls, as well as 401 trailer parking stalls and motorcycle parking, comprised of Asphaltic Concrete (AC) paving and PCC paving. The exterior has exterior concrete flat-work, hardscape, a stormwater retention basin, a primary guardhouse building, a fire tank and pump-house building, and multiple right-of-way access points from Garland Avenue. STRATA performed a geotechnical engineering evaluation to assess soil conditions and provide opinions and recommendations to assist construction document development regarding pavement design and additional exploring. STRATA’s special inspections, construction materials testing, and laboratory testing services consisted of various soil observations and testing, reinforced concrete inspections and testing, floor flatness/floor levelness testing, structural steel field and shop bolting and welding inspections, fireproofing inspections, hot mix asphalt placement observation and testing, and right-of-way inspections and certifications.
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