Case Study: Project Dylan

Course Description: Project Dylan is a new prototype fulfillment center. The warehouse building has an approx. footprint of 700,000 SF slab on grade and another 1.95 million SF of elevated deck. The exterior is clad with 330,000 SF of insulated tilt-up panels. The panels are non-load bearing for gravity but as a VE alternate on the project, the panels do carry large shear forces for seismic loading. With the tallest panel standing at 81ft - 1in tall, Concrete Strategies (CSI) set a company record for the tallest tilt-up panel ever erected on a project and an industry record for the tallest composite panel ever constructed. This was accomplished utilizing an innovative composite panel design by Needham DBS. Meadow Burke introduced the Super 62 which was used on this project. The composite panel industry is on the frontier of emerging design technologies, the innovation is ripe to propel our industry into the future.

Learning Objectives:
1. Design Considerations of Composite Panels _ Connector Stiffness and Finite Element Analysis
2. Use of IconX Shear Connectors and Insulation _ Minimizes the panel weight and maximizes the concrete section properties.
3. Lifting Engineering for Composite Panels
4. Super 62 _ Introduction of New Braces for Taller Panels

Delivery: Online

Format: Movie

Course Code: CS-PD01

Course Fee: $20 USD

Course Duration: 1 hour

HSW Compatible: Yes

Point of Contact Name: James Baty

Point of Contact Email: jbaty@aecdaily.com