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Trammell Crow Company
ESG Architecture & Design
Fulton Market
450,000 sf, 34 floors

450,000 sf, 34-floor multi-family building in the West Loop features 368 units, ground floor commercial space, below-grade parking garage including 95 underground parking spaces, and 185 bike parking spaces. This mid-rise building will also includes multiple amenities such as a spa, sauna, steam room, golf simulator, fitness center, and rooftop pool on the 34th floor. The building’s window wall system includes deep edge covers and vertical mullions for the enclosure with a post-tension concrete structure sitting on deep caisson foundations. 

Outdoor Community Space
An added feature of 1114 West Carroll is the outdoor community space. Located on the ground level, there is a medium-sized community park. This park features a small concert venue, large fountain, and green space for the building’s residents and local community.
Self-Perform Concrete Group
Our Self-Perform Concrete group poured approximately 20,000 cubic yards, on a three-day rotation. Despite the quick turnaround, we exceeded the specified floor flatness (FF) measurements for each floor.
Self-Perform Carpentry Group

Our Self-Perform Carpentry group installed the interior framing and over one million sf of drywall. In addition to rough carpentry and cold-formed metal framing and sheathing, our carpentry group managed the framing for the large metal panel trellis structure on the first floor and the metal panel "crown" on the 34th floor amenity level. 

VDC Coordination

Our Virtual Design and Construction (VDC) team works collaboratively with our project teams throughout the lifetime of the project. Due to 1114 West Carroll’s large-scale, below-grade parking garage, soil type, and proximity to neighboring buildings, the building required a unique Earth Retention System (ERS). Utilizing cross-bracing, the ERS featured supplemental and support steel that put pressure on exterior walls to prevent the soil from caving in. In preparation for the Earth Retention System, VDC created a project schedule and virtual model highlighting important installation sequences and identifying any items that could cause future complications. For an example, our VDC team expressed concerns regarding the size of the concrete beams and the concurrent installation of new lines. In response, the 1114 West Carroll project team adjusted the concrete beams’ dimensions and decreasing their depth to mitigate potential installation issues.