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HKS, DALLAS - PACIFIC PLAZA PARK PAVILION

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Structural System of Pacific Plaza Park Pavilion

1m 29s

Jon Bailey of HKS - Dallas walks through the Pacific Plaza Park Pavillion the team is working on. He’ll talk structural systems & materials and design iterations. You’ll be walked through how they handled site specific opportunities and site analysis for this public space project.

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Those were then driving the structural system and so we were able to rationalize those ellipses into a series of three point arcs that the fabricator could then, very easily, bend into place and so, the steel columns and beams hold up the aluminum tubes, which make their way around the pavilion. From there, this is where the skin fabricators scope of work comes in. So they will actually, once the columns and the aluminum tubes are all set up on site, the panel fabricator will come in, they have a series of aluminum fins that they've constructed.

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HKS, DALLAS - PACIFIC PLAZA PARK PAVILION

Duration: 23m