The Broadway Tower is a mixed used commercial building located in Portland, Oregon. The building is 19-story encompassing 430,000 gross sq. ft. of office space, residential, hotel and retail space. The building has two lobbies housing the key national hotel with 189 hotel rooms from ground to the eighth floor and the office rental spaces from ninth to nineteenth floor separately. The building also contains 4 below-ground parking facility. The building’s exterior is enclosed in glass with curtain wall cantilevers beyond the north and south faces.
PDC’s scope of work included 3D BIM modelling and shop detailing of 1,200 tons of structural steel on the following areas:
Structural steel column, beams and braces
Operable/Folding Partition Wall Support Frame
North, South and East Canopy Frame
Floor and roof opening frames
Beam web penetrations
Slab edge supports
PDC’s project management team were located in Manila with local coordinator support in Vancouver, Canada.
Due to Canron previously not having worked with PDC in the past the initial project setup included and understanding new Client preferences with issuing of models, packages and ABM procedures.
The Tower consists of a Concrete core with an upper steel tower starting at level 9 to level 20 and Roof inclusively, with 1,005 tons of steelwork. This included 9,990 individual steel assemblies and 1,858 embeds to concrete. There was a large amount of concrete modelled for these embeds for co-ordination purposes.
PDC provided design assist support.
The project contained tight deadlines established early on in the Project, the final Fabrication Packages Issued were to the PDC high level of quality standard and on time.
Slab/Deck support angle and kicker, outriggers, braces and hanger angles attached to structural steel frame