The Conco Companies are providing concrete services for a 40-story apartment building at 970 Denny Way that is located in the South Lake Union neighborhood in Seattle, Washington. The redevelopment project is from the Holland Partner Group and is a mix of both modern and classic architectural styles. The building is scheduled to be ready for its first occupants by the summer of 2018 and anticipates receiving LEED Silver certification.
On July 23, 2016, Conco successfully poured 4,900 cubic yards of concrete to form the 15,300 square foot mat foundation. In addition to the concrete, the foundation required 1.3 million pounds of rebar. The pour was done over approximately 15 hours and the concrete was supplied by CalPortland.
This February (2017), we poured to L3 (of a 40 story + roof levels tower) and are now in our typical cycle of pouring the PT decks and core on the same day. This is only achievable with a self-climbing core formwork system.
Once it is completed, the project will consist of 468 apartments as well as 15,580 square feet of retail and 4 levels of sub-grade parking. The retail space as well as a six-story podium features a brick exterior with steel canopies designed to symbolize the area’s industrial past. The tower’s curtain wall is designed almost entirely of tinted glass in tones of blue, grey and silver-white.
More about this project: Conco Successfully Completes Mat Pour for 970 Denny Way
Location: Seattle, Washington
Project Size: 15,300 sqft
Holland Partners Group