CLAYTON MEMBERS CLUB AND HOTEL

Denver, Colorado

7-STORY

PARKING LEVELS

CAST-IN-PLACE CONCRETE

CLAYTON MEMBERS CLUB AND HOTEL

Project Size: 95,000 square feet

Architect: 4240 Architects, Denver, CO

Structural Engineer: Cary Kopczynski & Company, Bellevue, Washington

Contractor: Haselden Construction, Fort Collins, CO

The first of its kind in Denver, Clayton Members Club and Hotel features 95,000 square feet of hotel guest suites, club spaces, restaurants, parking, and a swanky rooftop pool deck.  

In additon to its unique mission, Clayton Members Club and Hotel presented some interesting challenges to CKC. The project called for the  renovation and retrofit of two existing buildings. One building comprised four above-grade levels engineered with cold-formed steel framing bearing walls and floor joists, as well as two underground parking levels  made with flat plate concrete slabs and concrete columns. The adjacent building had two above-grade floors of office space plus a basement parking level, all framed with precast planks supported by masonry bearing walls. 

In order to support heavier live loads in areas where the team converted parts of the original structures into Clayton's new spaces-including fitness rooms, the hotel lobby, retail spaces, club rooms, ballroom, and restaurants, CKC turn to carbon fiber fabric. The fabric reinforces the existing ceiling clear heights, so they can    be maintained without added beams. CKC also used carbon fiber fabric to reinforce columns for added load.
 

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