In less than two months with an average installation rate of 21 pieces per day, South Carolina-based Tindall Corp. completed Lindbergh Plaza, a two-story,
In less than two months with an average installation rate of 21 pieces per day, South Carolina-based Tindall Corp. completed Lindbergh Plaza, a two-story, precast parking/retail structure in metro Atlanta. Comprising a 285,000-sq.-ft. elevated structure on 6.5 acres, the project required 1,056 precast/prestressed components, including shear walls, double tees, columns, beams, tri-slabs and wall panels. Precast was selected for Lindbergh Plaza to accommodate schedule and budget constraints.
Providing structural support for upper-level parking and tenants, including Best Buy and Linens N’ Things, is the roof of big box retailer Target. The composite construction of precast tri-slabs played an integral part in achieving stringent design-load requirements. Additional features include elevated precast walls supplying roof support for upper retail areas and precast retaining walls that set the grades of neighboring structures. Drawing the customer’s eye, furthermore, are architecturally ornamented precast blade walls forming the Target pavilion.