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This was one of the first three-story tilt-up office buildings to be built in the Denver Metro Area. Almost all of the the ornate decoration was done with reveals and form liners. Full sized brick was actually cast in to the panels in places as well. Due to the limited floor plate, the panels were stack cast which was complicated by all the reveals and decorative elements.
The main entry panels at the center of the buildings were the heaviest panels ever lifted in Colorado at the time of erection. These panels are 9.25" thick, 30'-0" wide, 59'-0 tall and have 3'-0 return legs on them. The crane operator measured 250,000 pounds during the lifting process which included all the bracing. The panel alone weighs close to 160,000 pounds.
Lone Tree, CO
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