Four Points by Sheraton Hotel

2016

The Four Points by Sheraton hotel consists of a new 274,000 square-foot, five-story, 225-room hotel with 157 parking stalls. The structure features post-tensioned concrete parking decks, an outdoor pool and patio, fitness center, and 6,000 square feet of conference space.  The upper hotel portion of the structure is constructed out of light-gauge metal stud framing utilizing Sure-Board sheathed bearing walls for lateral resistance. The lower parking levels are dug into the eastern hillside, creating significant design challenges. PCS worked closely with the other design team consultants and these efforts resulted in an independent shoring wall that allowed the architect and the design the flexibility needed to achieve the owner’s programming requirements.

 

Architect: Belay Architecture

Photography: Absher Construction