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ZS Solutions

Projects

Cass Street Parking Structure

Project Team

ZS

Owner

Northwestern Mutual

Location

Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Area

6-stories

Completion Date

2011

The Downtown Parking Structure is located at the corner of Mason Avenue and Van Buren Street in downtown Milwaukee. The original parking structure was built in 1977 and an addition was built in 1988. The open air parking structures were designed with post-tensioned concrete frames and is clad with reinforced precast concrete panels.

ZS was retained to assess the structure and prepare rehabilitation construction documents. The project tasks included:

  • A thorough condition survey of the building’s exterior façade, including a hands-on examination along all building elevations
  • Development of remedial repair recommendations and probable construction costs to correct the existing deficiencies
  • Preparation of detailed repair bidding documents for the selected repairs
  • Owner assistance services in issuing the project for bid in accordance with owner bidding procedures and requirements
  • Removal and replacement of a deteriorated precast concrete panel and installation of a temporary steel frame panel.
  • Construction management.

The Downtown Parking Structure is located at the corner of Mason Avenue and Van Buren Street in downtown Milwaukee. The original parking structure was built in 1977 and an addition was built in 1988. The open air parking structures were designed with post-tensioned concrete frames and is clad with reinforced precast concrete panels.

ZS was retained to assess the structure and prepare rehabilitation construction documents. The project tasks included:

  • A thorough condition survey of the building’s exterior façade, including a hands-on examination along all building elevations
  • Development of remedial repair recommendations and probable construction costs to correct the existing deficiencies
  • Preparation of detailed repair bidding documents for the selected repairs
  • Owner assistance services in issuing the project for bid in accordance with owner bidding procedures and requirements
  • Removal and replacement of a deteriorated precast concrete panel and installation of a temporary steel frame panel.
  • Construction management.