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Structural Steel

14 Hudson, Glens Falls, NY

Architect: Balzer + Tuck Architecture (Artisan Engineering)

Customer: Bonacio Construction Inc.

Year Completed: 2017

14 Hudson is a mixed use building with commercial tenant space on the lower floor and apartments on floors 2-5. This project was unique in that it had 2 levels of structural steel framing with deck and poured slabs, 1 floor of structural steel with wood infill and 2 floors and a roof framed in wood. This mixed system allowed economy in the design. The project had 3 steel pan type stairs with steel railing systems.

Empire Run Apartments, Saratoga Springs, NY

Architect: Balzer + Tuck Architecture (Artisan Engineering)

Customer: Bonacio Construction Inc.

Year Completed: 2017

Empire Run is a mixed use building with commercial tenant space on the lower floor and apartments on floors 2-5. This project was unique in that it had 1 level of structural steel framing with deck and poured slabs, and 2 floors and a roof framed in wood. This mixed system allowed economy in the design. The project incorporated a significant amount of miscellaneous metals like steel balconies, extensive tube and mesh panel rail systems, and 2 steel (pan) stair towers with steel railing systems.

Homewood Suites by Hilton, Saratoga Springs, NY

Architect: Bounds + Gillespie PLLC (Stopen Engineering)

Customer: Gilbane Construction Inc.

Year Completed: 2017

The Homewood Suites Hotel is a plank on CFMF project with structural steel in large open span areas of the main lobby.  The project incorporated structural steel, a swimming pool structure, porte-cochère, and pavilion structure in the courtyard.

Saratoga Honda, Saratoga Springs, NY

Architect: Balzer + Tuck Architecture (Artisan Engineering)

Customer: Bonacio Construction Inc.

Year Completed: 2016

The 26,000 sf Saratoga Honda Expansion is a structural steel and bar joist framed building. The exterior steel canopies required galvanized beams and thermal break at each steel member to prevent sweating of the steel along the glass showroom in the cold northeast winters. The roof structure has 80 foot trusses for the large spans in the service department. The interior steel, stone-tread and glass rail stair is quite a conversation piece. The fully modernized dealership has a new showroom, customer lounge, car wash, service department and an increased on-site storage capacity for inventory.