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May 21, 2021

Suffolk concludes construction of 200 Linden Avenue project in the US

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Suffolk has concluded the construction of 200 Linden Avenue, an eight-storey building in the US designed by BDE Architecture.

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The multi-family, 97-unit condominium building is located in South San Francisco, California, near the city’s Caltrain station, and has 78 market-rate and 19 affordable units.

Officially termed as ‘The Linden’, 200 Linden Avenue is developed by Hisense Real Estate and demonstrates the demand for urban living in a post-Covid world.

Suffolk Northern California general manager Mike DiNapoli said: “Thoughtful residential development, particularly projects that address critical issues like affordability and access to transportation, drive cultural and economic progress in our communities.

“Suffolk is proud to use innovative processes and technology to support the development of community-focused projects like The Linden, which contribute to South San Francisco’s bright future.”

The complex, which features modern architecture designs, offers a combination of one, two and three-bedroom floorplans with layouts and amenities that are unique.

Residents also have access to a variety of indoor and outdoor gathering spaces. There is also a designer lobby offering lounge seating areas, a landscaped courtyard and a community clubhouse.

Each residence has one garage parking space with electric vehicle (EV) stations, bike parking and EV bike charging outlets.

200 Linden Avenue has been constructed using MiTek cold form steel panels stacked on five levels in a wood-framed structure.

Taking into consideration the unprecedented constraints due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the panel implementation resulted in positive schedule impacts for the condominium project.

Going forward, Suffolk plans to incorporate MiTek technology into the design process for Type III construction projects.

In March, the company completed the construction of a multi-family, mixed-use building designed by Lorcan O’Herlihy Architects in western Los Angeles, US.

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The Internet of Things (IoT) is proving hugely beneficial to the construction industry, allowing different assets and people to be monitored and accounted for across a traditionally fragmented industry. As a result, companies that invest in IoT now promise to make long-term gains in the industry. According to GlobalData forecasts, spending on IoT in construction will reach $9.6bn by 2025. For an industry that has large sites to manage, strict project timelines, hazardous working conditions, and tight profit margins, IoT can create a manageable view of construction sites for project managers, streamline operations, and protect workers. In addition, it allows real-time data streams of assets, automates time-consuming tasks, and ensures employee safety and productivity. IoT integration with equipment manufacturing also has rich advantages for asset monitoring sensors. This, combined with artificial intelligence (AI) can help forecast materials and workers needed during the procurement stage and assist in forecast financing. Read GlobalData’s whitepaper to find out more, including information on:
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