Proj Overview

Applewood Pointe Cooperative is a senior living cooperative community that features 100 two- and three-bedroom units.  The community offers owners access to a multitude of on-site amenities, including a fitness center, a woodworking shop, lounges, garden beds, and heated underground parking with a carwash bay. Once complete, County Materials Corporation will have manufactured and delivered approximately 48,000 feet of 8- and 12-inch depth hollowcore plank, and 2,200 linear feet of precast concrete columns and beams for use in the 250,000 square foot structure.

Hollowcore plank was specified because of its reliable, high-performance strength. Beyond meeting the project’s structural requirements, hollowcore plank also offered greater efficiencies and safety benefits than alternative materials.

Each prestressed and precast component was cut to specifications during the manufacturing process to eliminate on-site cutting and additional preparations. County Materials further maximized the construction schedule by coordinating timely product deliveries that aligned with the project’s progression.

Prestressed hollowcore plank withstands natural and manmade elements over a prolonged service life, making it a reliable solution for this, or any senior living facility.

 

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Project Team

Architect

Momentum Design Group

Contractor

Weis Builders

Owner

United Properties

Precaster

County Materials Corporation

Image Credits

County Materials Corporation

Key Project Attributes

  • Expansive senior living community located outside of Minneapolis, MN
  • County Materials manufactured ready-to-install components that maximized the project’s construction schedule.
  • Hollowcore plank is a high-performance building material that offers enhanced safety benefits, such as three-hour fire ratings.

Project/Precast Scope

  • Nearly 48,000 SF of 8-inch and 12-inch depth hollowcore and 2,200 LF of precast columns and beams were installed.