The Latest from Uzun + Case

Uzun + Case Joins SE 2050 Commitment

Uzun + Case has officially joined the Structural Engineers 2050 Commitment Program (SE 2050) as a continuation of the firm’s dedication to environmental mindfulness and responsibility.

Adaptive Reuse of the Historic William C. Ellis & Sons Building, Memphis, TN

A key development property within One Beale is the adaptive reuse of the historic William C. Ellis & Sons Ironworks and Machine Shop into a 16,000 square foot special event center for the adjacent new Hyatt Centric Beale Street Hotel. The original William C. Ellis & Sons Ironworks and Machine Shop complex consisted of a series of buildings constructed between 1879 and 1925.

Urban Corporate Campus in St Louis, MO: Project Study

Totaling nearly 1,885,000 sf, the Hanley Tower project more than tripled the size of the existing campus and included the 28-story office and mixed-use tower, two parking decks, and two pedestrian bridges: the Hanley Bridge which spans 84 feet to an adjacent office tower and the 75-foot long Lyle Bridge which connects the two parking decks.

The Symbiotic Relationship Between Art and Engineering

A symbiotic relationship exists between art and engineering. On one hand, engineering inspires art. On the other hand, art inspires engineering. Uzun + Case recently worked on the creation of two large scale art projects. Stealth is an 11 meter tall, 30,000 kilogram reinforced concrete sculpture, in Atlanta, GA, and Nimbus is a 12 meter diameter cantilevered steel structure, located in Minneapolis, MN. Both were designed by artist Tristan Al-Haddad of Formations Studio.

Outreach: Introduce a Girl to Engineering

Uzun + Case engineers, participated at the annual American Council of Engineering Companies of Georgia's Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day at Kennesaw State University on Saturday, February 8th, 2020. This marked 5th year that Uzun + Case volunteered at the event.

725 Ponce: Aesthetic Efficiency on the Atlanta Beltline

Uzun + Case was fortunate to work on 725 Ponce, a mixed-use development by New City Properties located on the Atlanta BeltLine between North Avenue and Ponce de Leon Avenue. The $200 million development is a 14-story office, retail, and parking structure designed by the architecture firms S9 Architecture and Cooper Carry. The project was constructed by Brasfield & Gorrie and Thomas Concrete provided concrete with Carbon Cure technology.