- Wentworth-Douglass Hospital Inpatient Bed Tower
- Ft. Belvoir Community Hospital
- Sea-Tac Air Traffic Control Tower (ATCT)
- The Church of Latter -day Saints Temple Mezzani
- Commercial Operations Building
- Technical Operations Building
How Fabricators Work With SidePlate
We ensure that our technologies continue to be the strongest, safest and most cost-effective available.
Pacific Command Headquarters
Camp H.M. Smith, Oahu
Atkins Benham, Inc.
Atkins Benham, Inc. & Baldridge and Associates
Dick Pacific Construction Company, Ltd.
Brooklyn Iron Works, Inc.
Swanson Steel Company, Inc.
Six-story, 320,000 sf Naval Headquarters (Concrete vs. Steel) using DoD Progressive Collapse Design Guidelines.
“On the U.S. Navy’s new design-build Pacific Command Center, we integrated SidePlate™ connection technology to meet the owner’s Antiterrorist Progressive Floor
Collapse objectives with minimal changes to the steel frame design governed by local wind and seismic loads, resulting in a cost-effective solution that brought the project in under the Navy’s budget.”
– Dan Arana
Dick Pacific Construction, Ltd
- To provide a steel frame solution that was more economical than the proposed concrete building in the RFP
- To create the first steel frame building to satisfy DoD’s new Progressive Floor Collapse “missing column and missing beam” Bomb Blast design criteria
- SidePlate® connection technology saved the U.S. Navy well over $2,000,000 over other concrete proposals due to its unique ability to:
- Take advantage of unlimited column depth prequalification (W18x175 max size used) coupled with its inherent increased connection stiffness resulting in a total steel weight less than 10 psf
- Satisfy Progressive Floor Collapse design criteria without construction cost impact