Ensight


Changing Market Forces are Creating Structural Implications for Residential Tower Projects – Part 3. Transfer Cost

Written on Jun 25, 2019

This study is Part 3 of our investigation into the implications of structural design decisions on the costs of residential high-rise buildings. We previously investigated various column and slab configurations in a sample tower and then columns independently in Part 2. Now we will review the costs of transfers.

 
Click the image below to download the PDF.

 


 
About Ryan Voros

Ryan is an Associate at Entuitive with over 10 years of structural engineering experience in design, project management, and construction administration including reinforced concrete, post–tensioned concrete, structural steel, and wood-frame construction. Ryan’s experience covers multiple sectors, including large mixed-use developments valued at over $250 million.

Read more about Ryan Voros >

 

Ryan Voros P.Eng., LEED® AP
ryan.voros@entuitive.com

 

Find out more about Entuitive’s Residential Services >