RSI will be providing a turnkey concrete package for the new Fairfield Inn and Suites on Clearwater Beach. The new hotel will be a 6-story building with a 102 rooms and a total area of 113,323 square feet.
RSI will be providing a turnkey concrete package for the Paradise Plaza project, including all foundation work through top-out.
The project includes an underground parking garage with a hydrostatic slab and cast-in-place walls for the entire perimeter of the garage.
RSI will be providing a turnkey concrete package, including Class A finish exposed concrete, for the new 43,200 square-foot Surfstyle parking garage and retail space at 1155 Collins Avenue, just 1 block west of Miami Beach in the heart of South Beach.
RSI will be providing cast-in-place concrete services for the new Salvador condominium project in downtown St. Petersburg, including the foundations, vertical work, and two post-tensioned structural decks totaling just under 50,000 square feet. The work is slated to take 20 weeks.
RSI is providing turn-key concrete services for the new Bliss condominium building in St Petersburg, including the 5-story parking garage and the 13-story post-tensioned residential portion of the structure.
RSI provided all the concrete work for the 10-story post-tensioned structural deck system for the hotel and adjacent parking garage. The finished hotel is just under 400,000 total square feet, with about 350,000 structural, post-tensioned decks.
RSI will provide all the concrete work for the 6-story post-tensioned structural deck system for the new Edgewater Beach Resort on Treasure Island.
The overall building size will be approximately 180,000 square feet, with about 150,000 square feet of structural, post-tensioned desks.
RSI has been awarded a contract for the Infinity Condominium on Longboat Key and will be providing turn-key concrete work for all the building concrete. The 5-story post-tensioned concrete structure will contain 11 luxury beachfront condominiums.
Turnkey concrete package for Next Level, two new student apartment buildings in Gainesville, FL. The commercial concrete work includes foundations, columns, beams, an extensive amount of cast-in-place walls and 15” structural “podium” decks. The project has aggressive schedule demands: RSI has 16 weeks to complete both structural decks.
RSI is providing a turnkey concrete package for the new 48,000 square foot academic building at St. Leo University in St. Leo, FL. The commercial concrete work for the structural steel building includes foundations, shear walls, and concrete on metal decks and will be complete by year’s end.
The new $14 million building replaces the 8,000-square-foot Crawford Hall and will be finished for the start of fall semester 2015.
The four-story building will include 16 classrooms and 24 faculty offices and will incorporate eco friendly design features. The exterior Spanish Mission style of the new structure will complement surrounding buildings and will be visible immediately when entering the campus.
The architect is Gould Evans of Tampa, FL, and the general contractor is Creative Contractors, Inc., of Clearwater, FL. RSI is working closely with them to ensure on-time and within-budget completion of the new building.
RSI was recently awarded the foundation concrete work for the H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center’s new 200,000 square-foot, $74.2 million outpatient facility.
RSI will provide 260,000 square feet of post-tensioned deck for the 139-room hotel and 141-unit luxury apartment complex.
The Finale at Sand Key in Clearwater on Sand Key Beach is a new seven story 23 unit condominium complex. RSI recently finished pouring the concrete for the commercial project, completing the concrete structures on the property according to the specs provided by the architect. We created a 7-story cast-in-place structure with post-tensioned decks using 5000 pounds-per-square-inch concrete and provided all materials, equipment, and labor to build the job.
The Airside ‘F’ terminal of Tampa International Airport was being expanded with an additional 30,000 square feet and includes the renovation of 40,000 square feet of existing space.
RSI provided the concrete work for the interior renovation work as well as the signature canopy structure.
Westminster Shores is an adult living facility located just steps from the shores of Tampa Bay, in St. Petersburg’s Bahama Shores neighborhood. This five-story building is the newest addition to the 26-acre campus.
RSI provided full-service, high-quality turnkey concrete work for the Westminster Shores project, from pile caps and grade beams through the post-tensioned roof slab. The building consists of almost 90,000 square feet of space and includes approximately 70,000 square feet of post-tensioned deck. RSI topped-out the concrete structure by pouring the roof slabs and completed the project with concrete cast-in-place stairs and the slab-on-grade.
The new Epicurean Hotel has 137 guest rooms and features a restaurant and wine bar, a retail wine shop, a bakery, full service spa, health club, swimming pool with cabanas, a second floor open-air special events area, rooftop lounge, and flexible function space.
The hotel, located directly across the street from the iconic Bern’s Steak House, also features a demonstration kitchen, home to the Bern Laxer School of Food and Wine.
Our work comprised all the commercial concrete work for the new hotel, including 110,000 square feet of post-tensioned deck. On this project, RSI was responsible for the design and engineering of the post-tensioned decks. With great teamwork from the client and their design and engineering firms, RSI was able to provide a low-cost and structurally sound system that perfectly met the needs of the client and owner.
This is a six-story, 120,000 square-foot assisted living facility & one-story cast-in-place parking garage.
RSI was responsible for the pile caps, columns, shear walls & decks. Columns mounted form tables were utilized for 8” thick decks. The use of this system allowed the masonry to follow 2 stories behind the decks, therefore helping the contractor meet their tight schedule.
RSI provided the commercial concrete for a 60,000 square foot laboratory building with reinforced columns, walls, decks, beams & slab-on-grade. The floors were 14 inches thick & contained 385 tons of reinforcing steel.
RSI completed the concrete for the ten-story post-tensioned structure, including 4 stories of parking, totaling 120,000 sf. This project was completed in five months.
The new museum’s exterior includes polished and bush-hammered concrete walls and a trellis system, and the interior includes galleries with exposed architectural concrete walls and columns. Throughout the museum, the design called for wide-open spaces, minimizing the need for columns or other supports, and RSI accomplished this using a Cobiax structural system.
As highlighted in the video below, taken by Museum Director Thom Collins, the pouring of the concrete was especially important in this project because seamless architectural concrete lines were integral to Herzog & De Meuron’s architectural design.
“RSI built the most complicated concrete frame I’ve ever seen. Not only was it complicated structurally but it had to look great. RSI delivered a fantastic result. We are glad they were on our team.”- John Leete president of John Moriarty of Florida.
Museum Director Thom Collins provides a behind the scenes look at the construction of the Miami Art Museum.
YouTube - Museum Construction
“RSI built the most complicated concrete frame I've ever seen. Not only was it complicated structurally but it had to look great. RSI delivered a fantastic result. We are glad they were on our team.”- John Leete president of John Moriarty of Florida
RSI was selected for the structural concrete of the $30 million, 66,400-square-foot Salvador Dai Museum in St. Petersburg. The building features a one-way cast-in-place concrete slab and beam system for the base structural system. Internationally acclaimed architect Yann Weymouth, with HOK’s Tampa office, designed the museum. There were many challenges to be met with this structure: The building had to sustain hurricane winds, and it was built on a plot of land that was only 5 inches above sea level. The architect had specific ideas about eliminating surface lines in the structure. To accommodate these challenges, RSI worked very closely with the design team to ensure their vision.
Here is an article on the project at gostructual.com:
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“"...we were worried about using architectural concrete for the design of the new Dali Museum. RSI did an extraordinary job and we couldn't be more pleased with the outcome. We are all very proud of the way the museum turned out, thanks in large part to RSI"”- Yann Weymouth AIA Director of design Florida HOK