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One Bennett Park

Chicago, United States of America

One Bennett Park

When complete in 2019, One Bennett Park will take its place in Chicago’s captivating skyline as one of the city’s most luxurious residential towers. Envisioned by worldrenowned architect Robert A.M. Stern, this elegant residential tower is situated on the lakefront in Chicago’s Streeterville neighborhood.

The Challenge:

  • 3-day cycle for typical floors
  • Strict perimeter safety requirements
  • Limited space on ground for staging material
  • Adjacent construction of precast garage

The Solution:
Full perimeter protection with Doka’s Xbright protection screen for 4.5 working levels of construction, which allowed for increased safety and productivity.

Dokaflex slab formwork for fast cycling and flexibiltiy to accomodate the changing floor plan geometry which provided an increase in productivity.

Folding Xclimb 60 lookout platforms allow cranes to reach adjacent precast construction.

Frami modular formwork for odd shape and variable height shear walls, which increased productivity.

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One Bennett Park
One Bennett Park
One Bennett Park
One Bennett Park

Project data

Year of completion:
2019
Country:
USA
Location:
451 E. Grand Ave., Chicago, IL
General Contractor:
Lendlease
Concrete Contractor:
Goebel Forming
Architect:
GREC Architects, LLC
Developer:
RMW Streeterville, LLC
Construction time:
15 months
Type of structure:
Residential

Building data

Number of Storeys:
69
Height:
843 feet
Cycle time:
3 days
Sq. ft.:
786,191