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Avalon Hotel

Location: Georgia, Ohio
Pinnacle created the 3D BIM Models of Avalon Hotel in Georgia, United States, spread over an area of 563,616 sq. ft, consisting of 12 floors and roof. The “Alpharetta conference center and the hotel at Avalon” project is a part of the Phase II construction of the Avalon mixed use development located between old Milton parkway, Westside parkway and Georgia 400. The hotel at Avalon is a twelve (12) story, cast-inplace concrete structure of type ib construction. The hotel program includes 330 guestrooms, connected by three (3) passenger elevators and two (2) service elevators. The ground floor of the hotel includes a porte-cochere, hotel lobby, hotel kitchen with three-meal restaurant and all associated support spaces for administrative and housekeeping functions. The Alpharetta conference center is a single (1) story, steel-framed structure of type ib construction. The conference center program includes approximately 30,000 sqft of assembly spaces in the form of an exhibit hall, ballroom, meeting spaces and a board room. The conference center includes support spaces for administrative functions, storage, loading dock and other “back of house” spaces. The parking deck facility at the Alpharetta conference center and hotel at Avalon is a separate precast concrete structure of type ib construction. The parking deck is an open parking garage of 4 storeys with a capacity of approximately 400 parking spaces.

Key Project Details

Architect:Cooper Carry
Contractor(s):Miller Mechanical C&E; Brasfield & Gorrie, L.L.C.

Value Added

Our coordinated BIM models allowed our client to check possible interference among building systems, visualizing entire building system before construction, leading to better project planning, eliminating rework during construction phase, saving time and money. We resolved 600+ clashes among various trades including architectural, structural, mechanical, electrical, plumbing, fire protection, concrete and several others for example duct vs. storm pipe, duct vs. waste pipe and more by sharing 3D clash Navis viewpoints or through WebEx meetings. We re-routed utilities, changed elevation and re-sized elements for resolving clashes.

Key Project Details

Architect:Cooper Carry
Engineer:Barrett Woodyard & Associates, Inc.
Contractor(s):Miller Mechanical C&E; Brasfield & Gorrie, L.L.C.

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