TCU Village Worth Hills Village Buildings 4 & 5

Arnold Hall and Richard Hall, the two new student housing facilities, round out the Worth Hills Village and add 100 new residential units accommodating up to 300 students to TCU's expanding campus. The buildings' structural systems include pier and grade beam foundations, concrete retaining walls below grade, concrete column and spandrel beam gravity systems, two-way mild reinforced concrete slab structural floors, concrete shear walls, and a steel framed roof system with cold-formed steel roof trusses. Both buildings have been certified LEED Gold for New Construction.  

Location

Fort Worth, Texas

Size

126,000 SF

Construction Cost

$42,000,000

Professional Services

Accelerated Design Process

Structural Design and Analysis

Building Information Modeling

Project Type

Multi- Family

Completion Date

2018

360 Engineering provided documentation and analysis of existing structural systems and structural design for repairs and reinforcement.  Additionally, 360 provided cold-formed steel framing design and detailing for the Lone Wolf restaurant and the Shuffles retail interior build-outs.