to fabricate and install GFRP Panels for Lobby and Drivecourt that create a continuous flow.
1000 Museum Miami is a Luxury Residential Building by Zaha Hadid Architects in Miami. In this project we were responsible for the engineering, fabrication and installation of the GFRP (Glass Fiber Reinforced Plastic) Panels for the Lobby and Drivecourt.
These panels, designed by ZHA were double curvature in its geometry in some sections of the panels and contained a circular pattern to be followed as specified by ZHA with special reflective paint.
The GFRP Panels were fabricated in Mexico and sent to Miami to be installed by our installation crew.
The main structure that holds our panels was designed by Kinetica and installed by others.
In order to succesfully install the panels close coordination with MEP and other disciplines involved was essential.
Zaha Hadid Architects , Plaza Construction
Main Structure Fabrication
3D Scan of the site, overlapping 3D Model to revise any possible collisions prior to mold making.