Coliseum Connections

Coliseum Connections

“This project has gone very smoothly. I’m optimistic modular will be able to save money and time to create more affordable housing in the Bay Area.” 

Deanne Tipton, Project Manager of Cahill Contractors

“The goal with modular construction is when it’s done, no one will know it’s modular.” 

Paul Dille, spokesperson for Guerdon Enterprises

 

Stacking Up to Affordability: Oakland’s largest modular residential project

When completed, Coliseum Connections will be Oakland’s largest modular residential development adjacent to a BART station. The four building development will have a total of 110 living units with a community café and gym in the main building. Residential unit layouts vary from traditional apartment-type to two-story townhomes.

DCI Engineers designed the foundation and floor framing; ceiling framing; mild reinforcement, PT concrete, stud and shear wall, and roof framing plans; wood framing, steel, CMU, stud rail, PT concrete, concrete column, and other concrete details for all four buildings.

Project Highlights

  • DCI redesigned the foundation plan when geotechnical engineers discovered additional soil conditions and construction requirements.
  • One level of below-grade parking with 86 stalls.
  • 179 modular units were stacked for this four-building development.
  • Development is located next to the Coliseum BART Station.
Location: 
Oakland, California
Square Feet: 
100,614-SF
Stories: 
2-5
Primary Material: 
Concrete
Steel
Wood
Unreinforced Masonry
Type: 
Structural
Sector: 
Commercial
Modular
Residential

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