Custom designed private residence and stand-alone garage located in coastal Rhode Island. This design features large open spans and glass openings featuring ocean views, exposed structure, and large window walls.
When complete, 741 Spring Garden St, in Philadelphia, PA, will be a 7-story mixed-use total totaling 100,000 square feet. The project includes commercial space on the ground level and 146 apartments units on the upper levels of the building.
Working closely with the architect and foundation engineer, Keystone Structural Group was design engineer of record for the wood framed upper levels of the project, including elevator tower design.
The new Park and Main development in Hartford, CT will house retail space and 126-unit apartments. The project is split between two building, totaling 90,000 square feet of residential space, 24,000 square feet for retail space and over 9,000 square feet of rooftop lounge space.
The new project will consist of a new 9 story rental community with sweeping ocean views of the Jersey Shore. The project also includes 3 stories of below grade robotic parking. 260,000 square foot total building space.
The projects residents will enjoy a wide array or recreational and fitness amenities, including an outdoor pool and recreational terrace, indoor gym facility and business center.
The structural system features a cast-in-place concrete superstructure founded on concrete pile and pile cap foundations. The superstructure features impressive two-way transfer slabs strategically used to open floor places for the pool, storage areas and parking garage.
Located in Port Chester, NY, 30 Broad St. will consist of a new 9 story mixed-use building featuring a ground floor micro-brewery, with office space and apartments on the upper floors. This highly anticipated project will be located directly across the street from the Port Chester Metro-North Railroad Station.
The building superstructure has been designed as a cast-in-place concrete building with flat plate floor construction. The buildings wind and seismic lateral system will utilize stair and elevator tower walls as shear walls.
Construction, rehabilitation and renovation work on The Lofts at Village Square is now complete!
This historic building was construction in 1916, on the corner of Meadow Ave. and Maple St. in South Side section of Scranton, and was the former home to the South Scranton silk mill factory and Giant Floor showroom.
Keystone Structural Group provided structural engineering services for rehabilitation / strengthening design work, elevator shaft inspections and design of a new lobby entrance addition to the building.
The term “they don’t build them like this anymore” rings true for this building. Over its 105 years of life, this building has seen many business and thousands of employees come and go. The structure has been used as a silk factory, trouser maker facility and a showroom for a flooring company. The building has been sitting vacant for years, until recently when purchased by the developer. The developer set out on creating high end apartments with a modern-industrial design concept accentuating the buildings original brickwork, architectural details and large arching windows.
Once the structure was gutted, KSG along with the project architect Joe DeScipio, AIA, thoroughly reviewed the existing building for deficiencies. The bones were good, as they say. After over a century of demanding usage and later life neglect, it was found that the buildings existing multi-wythe brick walls and timber framed floors and columns were in good condition. The 40,000 square foot structure only required structural repair to three deteriorated columns in the basement. The structure was temporarily shored and new columns were installed, strengthening the building for another century of service. Additional engineering included load analysis of the building, inspection of the old elevator shaft to determine its capabilities of supporting a new elevator, framing framing work, and the addition of a new double height entrance space.