Portfolio Category: Tilt-Up

Data Systems & Technology

This office provides new space for 60 employees and accommodates future company expansion. The 20,000-square-foot, two-story office was constructed with concrete tilt-up construction. Utilizing tilt-up allows for wide open interior spaces and optimal design flexibility. Tilt-up also helped the owner of this building achieve the goal of a LEED-certified, high quality building that would incorporate current technologies and embrace future ones.  ...
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Sierra Pines II

At six stories, Sierra Pines II is the tallest building constructed with load-bearing tilt-up concrete in Texas. Because there is no precedent for a tilt-up structure of this magnitude, the team relied on LJB's tilt-up expertise and ingenuity to design the right structural solution for this project. The 154,000-square-foot office is vertical in its proportions, which differentiates it from many tilt-up projects. The building’s six stories were constructed with a lower...
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Newtown Youth Academy

The Newtown Youth Academy is an 86,000-square-foot sports facility that features a soccer field, basketball courts, fitness center, running track and office space. This $7.2 million facility was completed in only eight months This $7.2 million facility was completed in only eight months – three months earlier than with traditional methods. Using tilt-up construction also saved $600,000 in construction costs. The project is located on a vacated mental health institution campus, dating...
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Shops at Marcus Dairy

Eye-catching facilities like the Shops at Marcus Dairy exemplify how architectural innovation and aesthetic beauty can be fused with tilt-up construction to create high-end retail destinations. This retail facility that emulates the old open air market concept with high ceilings, expansive glass and earth tones to complement the surroundings. The owner's vision became a reality through a unique combination of tilt-up concrete wall panels and conventional structural steel frame supporting...
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