ARCHITECTS & ENGINEERS

For architects and engineers, the TTG System™ is an excellent tool allowing for maximum structural efficiency and complete architectural expression. By utilizing the TTG System™, architects and engineers are able to:

1. Have Ultimate Flexibility
The TTG System™ is comprised of central cores in lieu of multiple internal and external support columns providing maximum stability and complete architectural freedom in floor design. With the TTG System™, architects and engineers can create a high-rise of virtually any size or shape that can be utilized for almost any application.

2. Create Engineering Efficiencies
By eliminating the need for external columns, the TTG System™ makes it possible for every floor to be a typical floor. Steel fabrication is simplified through BIM and time can be spent maximizing the efficiency of a single floor plate, then duplicating it as needed to fit the building's scope. In addition, by lowering the overall weight of the building, foundation size and complexity are significantly reduced.

3. Lower Structural Weight
By maximizing the structural efficiency of concrete and steel, the TTG System™ cuts total structural weight roughly in half compared to conventional construction. This reduction means less material and labor are required, foundation size is minimized and seismic forces are reduced.

4. Maintain Design Integrity
Through BIM design, virtual elimination of RFI's and rapid completion time, price escalation during construction is virtually eliminated with the TTG System™. By finishing on-time and on- budget, the TTG System™ can help ensure that the finer points of your design won't be "value-engineered" in the later stages of the project and your original vision can be realized.

Call TTG today and discover how the TTG System™ can help bring your vision to life on your next project. We look forward to hearing from you.

"The Thornton-Termohlen structural system's significant reduction in overall building weight is a win-win for designers and owners. As a designer, lower weight means less structure frame and foundation – this is a huge advantage in seismically active areas. Owners benefit from lower overall building costs, and the ability to potentially build on sites previously deemed uneconomical to develop." Dr. Charles Thornton, P.E.
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