South Stone Yards

7-story, mass timber commercial core and shell office building, first in DFW Metroplex.

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MEP system consisted of (2) air-cooled chillers delivering chilled water to indoor central air handling units on each level. Increased ventilation air volume (exceeding LEED values) was provided per the owner's request. Humidifiers were added to air handling units to increase the quality of air. Designers worked closely with the architect on ductwork and conduit routing because of limited/no plenum space. The project had (2) 2500A electrical service to provide ample power to future tenants. The parking garage included power for EV charging for 10% of total spaces from a separate electrical service dedicated to the garage.

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Location:
Frisco, TX

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Architect:
Gensler / Crow

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Size:
235,000 SF

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Cost:
$42 Million

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