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Private Oceanfront Residence
Hillsboro Mile, Florida

Oceanfront 15,000 square foot residence designed to resist a 100 year hurricane storm surge, all walls at the garage level are designed to break away during an ocean tidal surge to allow the main residence to remain intact. Pile and pile cap foundation with Epicore concrete floor system and wood truss roof system.

Architecture by Randall Stofft Architects

General Contractor: Seadar Builders

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Private Intracoastal Residence
Fort Lauderdale, Florida

This 8,000 square foot two story residence has a shallow stem wall foundation, with masonry walls and a 3" thick precast concrete plank with an intergrated steel joist second floor system. The rear concrete balcony supports the roof system with the use of integrated concrete outriggers.

Architecture by Randall Stofft Architects

General Contractor: Leonard Albanese & Sons

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Private Oceanfront Residence,
Ocean Ridge, Florida

Oceanfront residence with a basement constructed with a break-away wall system to allow hurricane tidal surge to pass under the main structure, preserving its structural integrity. Two story structure with Epicore concrete floor and roof system.

Architecture by Randall Stofft Architects