Performed structural design of a new two-story +/- 20,000 square foot residence with 12-foot basement. The main house living space is connected via breezeways to an attached two-story three-car garage and an attached two-story bedroom wing. The roof was designed for a heavy slate roof system. All floors of the residence designed for a gypcrete with radiant heat floor system with a total load deflection not to exceed L(length)/1000.
The residence also includes a detached four-car two-story barn with indoor pool and a standalone one-story pool house.
The main house great room has a cathedral two-story ceiling with a continuous center skylight supported by two – 24” deep steel purlins spanning +/- 40 feet. A spiral staircase leads to a second-floor balcony overlooking the great room and the vaulted ceiling library beyond.