4220 Duncan Ave. in Cortex District

Market
Commercial
Size
$20 Million or more
Year Completed
Due in 2018
Square Footage
180,000
Noteworthy

BIM

LEED
Concrete
Preconstruction

Tarlton provided preconstruction services and is managing construction of the core and shell for Wexford Science & Technology’s new 5-story, multi-tenant building in the Cortex District of St. Louis. The project is targeted for LEED Gold certification.

Microsoft will bring a new regional headquarters and a Microsoft Technology Center to the state-of-the-art facility, which will also be home to a third Cambridge Innovation Center location in the area.

The structure consists of drilled piers and concrete foundations, steel frame, tilt-up and composite concrete floors. The building envelope comprises tilt-up concrete, metal panels, ribbon windows and curtain wall. Tarlton is self-performing the concrete foundations work.

 


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