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“By using the DualDeck Building System, the project went faster and was cleaner than any other projects we’ve worked on,”

I recently reached out to ABC member companies to ask about the challenges and current practices, along with the emerging trends in the multifamily sector.

FINFROCK Construction, Inc.

Building the Broadstone Winter Park

Alliance Residential contracted with FINFROCK as the single source design-builder to construct the Broadstone Winter Park, a seven-story, 268-unit market-rate multifamily residential project. The financing closed in January 2017, and the project broke ground that same month. Recently, the property opened its first units to residents, just twelve and one-half months after breaking ground. The project is located on 2.4 acres of the Ravaudage master development at the corner of 17-92 and Lee Road.

 

FINFROCK utilized its DualDeck Building System to deliver a total precast/prestressed concrete solution. This was the first market-rate multifamily residential project for FINFROCK using its innovative DualDeck technology, which took more than a decade to research and develop. The DualDeck is comprised of two slabs of concrete joined together by a series of steel trusses. A major benefit of the DualDeck Building System is that it incorporates electrical, mechanical, plumbing and fire protection into the building components during production, reducing onsite labor and accelerating the schedule.

 

FINFROCK first used this innovative building system on the HYATT house Naples/5th Avenue, a three-story, 183 key extended stay hotel which it completed in 2016. FINFROCK is also building a new $100 million, 2150 bed on-campus student housing project totaling 500,000 square feet for the University of South Florida with the DualDeck Building System.

 

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