Riverfront Green

Construction Progress: Riverfront Green

AMLI's Riverfront Green poured their first elevated post-tensioned slab on this morning.  This is the main pour under units and above the parking garage.  This was a very informative site visit for Studio PBA team members that had not seen an elevated PT slab poured.  There were roughly 150 people on site working this morning.  We had the ability to inspect all of the in-place rebar, tensioning cables, stud rails, sleeves, etc.  Keep an eye on Riverfront Green-- framing will be be going up in the next few weeks.

Denver Infill's Recent Blog - PBA Project Updates

Photo Courtesy of DenverInfill.com/blog

Photo Courtesy of DenverInfill.com/blog

Thanks to our friends at DenverInfill.com/blog who have posted two project updates this week in addition to some fantastic aerial photographs.  To read the updates and learn more about infill projects around Denver you can click the links below.

Holland Parkside Apartments Update: http://denverinfill.com/blog/2016/11/parkside-apartments-update-2.html

AMLI's Riverfront Green Update: http://denverinfill.com/blog/2016/11/amli-riverfront-green-update-3.html

Construction Update: AMLI Riverfront Green

AMLI Riverfront Green is making great construction progress.  The crane base is installed.  Waterproofing going up the exterior walls.  AMLI Riverfront Green is about to start going vertical.  The tower crane shows up in the middle of November, once the foundation work is complete.  Then you will start to see the walls getting poured as we move forward into constructing the underground parking structure.  AMLI Riverfront Green will have two floors of underground parking for residents with more parking above ground.   

Project Progress: AMLI Riverfront Green

Located just in front of the Glass House, AMLI’s Riverfront Green apartments have dug out the first level of underground parking and have started on the second.  The photo shows the first level of shoring walls in place around the garage.  The shoring walls, built of steel piles and lagging, will be a permanent part of the building to hold up the surrounding streets.  Concrete walls will be poured inside the shoring walls to support the building above.  AMLI expects to reach the bottom depth of the project in the coming weeks and start pouring the concrete foundation by the end of September.

UPDATE: Check out this Denver Infill article with additional pictures: http://denverinfill.com/blog/2016/09/central-platte-valley-amli-riverfront-green-update-2.html