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Enjoy a few pictures from the T & M Photo Album.  Here is a brief selection of

photos to illustrate some of T & M's  projects.



City View Lofts, an exclusive "Loft" Apartment complex in downtown Atlanta.

With a footprint of only 80' x 115' and panels 42'-6" high, the project presented

considerable constructability issues.  The site was so tight,

T&M negotiated with a nearby grocery store for room to put the crane together.


Note the use of brick in-lay in conjunction with arched

and round window openings in addition to cantilevered balcony porches.  This is a project

many would not want to attempt, but the tilt-up experience at

T & M Tilt-Up, Inc. allows us to excel in challenging situations such as this.



Port Manatee is located in Port

 Manatee Florida.

 This building features

interesting radius

panels, some up to 58 feet tall, and interesting architectural

detailing between floors and the shape of the top.




Hamburg Center 

in Lexington, KY

is a multi-phase

business office


The use of reveal and architectural details in these tilt-up panels

adds appeal to this office building.

The designer uses original sculpture and special lighting in the courtyard

 between the Phases of buildings for a dramatic effect.  The interiors are also

elegant, utilizing marble flooring, mahogany doors and signed prints.



Turner Center # 3 in Lexington, Kentucky

Although the tall peaked panel in the center of the photograph had large openings,

it also had legs that were 2'-6" wide and 2'-0" thick. The panel was more than 30' tall, over 20' wide

weighing approximately 110,000 pounds.  Another note worthy aspect, this project was

constructed in the middle of winter, on time and in budget. 




Gwinnett Forest is located off Boggs Road and I-85. This building illustrates

one of the most extensive uses of form liner and different reveal sizes in the Southeast. 

This help demonstrate some of the wide variety of details that can be designed into panels.

The red band is an in-lay of ceramic tile done after the panels were erected.



Spec Building off I-20 and Thornton Road. Atlanta, Georgia. This building is approximately

150,000 sq. ft. and shows what can be achieved with 1-1/2" deep reveal.

Beveled edge 2 x 8 spruce was used to make the reveal pattern.




Publix Distribution

is part of

Gwinnett Progress Center in Lawrenceville, Georgia.

Approximately 1,200,000

 sq. ft. of floor space and

 548,000 sq. ft. of walls.

All panels were cast on

 casting beds in multiple

 layers. In the Dry Grocery

 building, the panels

 averaged approximately 125,000 pounds each.  The tallest panels on site were in excess of 60'-0"

The heaviest lift was a single panel measuring approximately 35'-0" x 45'-0" x 10" thick and weighing

 approximately 192,000 pounds.  Exposed Aggregate Bands were used for architectural effect.




Harley Davidson of Conyers.  

A fancy shop and show room for your

dream motorcycle.





Located on Fulton Industrial, in Atlanta, Georgia, this 450,000 sq. ft. building

is an excellent example of the design flexibility of tilt-up. A considerable amount of detail

was given to the office by the use of only a latex-based coating on the main warehouse.



Spec Building off Buford Highway, in Georgia. This 300,000 sq. ft. facility was one of

the first projects erected by T & M Tilt-Up, Inc. in 1985. The stripes were painted on.

No reveals were used on this facility.



Schumacher Distribution in Chester, South Carolina, is a 650,000 sq. ft. facility.

Lightweight concrete was used to enhance insulating values and permit larger panels.




Minute Maid Processing Plant

A manufacturing plant near Lakeland, FL,

which was "fast tracked" from ground breaking

to completion in less than 12 months.





Osram Sylvania Warehouse

A warehouse and shipping center in Versailles, KY.  Includes

product storage, driver lounge and shipping center. 

Interior walls for mechanicals, offices, drivers lounge,

bath rooms and secure areas were made using Fast Form panels.



Toyo Tire USA

A manufacturing plant and warehouse in White, GA

which was divided into three cavernous sections. 

This project included about 110,000 square feet of

regular tilt-up panels and about 100,000 square feet of

Fast Form interior panels.  To the left there are 88 panels

in the center section ready for a concrete pour at 3:30 am the next morning.





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