Stevenson Point TeckPark Phase 2
New Telco Campus
Contains approximately 412,954 square feet in a four building campus. The building shell construction was specifically designed to meet the standards for telecommunications, switching, co-location server farm and disaster recovery space. The construction of this 20million dollar campus facility commenced in 2000 and was delivered within 9months.
Tilt-up construction is a type of building and a construction technique using concrete which is a cost-effective technique for projects with a shorter completion time.
With the Tilt-up method concrete elements (i.e. walls, columns, structural supports, etc.) are formed horizontally on a concrete slab; usually the building floor, but sometimes a temporary concrete casting surface near the building footprint. After the concrete has cured, the elements are “tilted” to vertical position with a crane and braced into position until the remaining building structural components (roofs, intermediate floors and walls) are secured.
Tilt-up differs from prefabrication, or plant cast construction, in that all elements are constructed on the job site. This eliminates the size limitation imposed by transporting elements from a factory to the project site.