The tower’s foundation features a 22,000-square-foot mat with more than 1,110 tons of reinforced steel. Eighty trucks delivered 600 loads of concrete for nearly 19 consecutive hours for the pour in late April. The foundation incorporates existing 130-foot-long auger-cast piles from a previously planned development. Since the existing pile layout could not be changed, new piles as well as the new pile cap had to be meticulously laid out and designed to strategically avoid or incorporate the existing structure. With 80 trucks going to and from the site, 5,500 cubic yards of concrete was poured in approximately 19 hours. Utilizing a fluid, asymmetrical floor plan, the tower’s design resembles a splash of water and ensures that no unit is alike at each level. Read More