Residential Projects

ATM Engineering has provided structural engineering support for thousands of projects— below are some examples of these projects in the residential space.

The Didion

This four-story, mixed use building is located in Sacramento, CA. The building utilizes steel screw anchors combined with a reinforced concrete mat foundation system to address poor soil conditions and a site with no work space beyond the building footprint.

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Marina Crossing Apartments

This five-story, 74,000 square foot, wood-framed apartment building is located near the Petaluma Marina. The building is on a concrete mat foundation supported be driven, pre-cast, pre-stressed concrete piles, with occasional use of structural steel to span large community spaces.

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James Reed Snow Home

This exquisite mountain retreat was thoughtfully designed by ATM Engineering to capture a serene forest setting. Located in Truckee, CA this 4,500 square foot home consists of seven heavy timber roof trusses, a stacked roof, and walnut hardwood floors that support and compliment the architectural beauty of the home. 

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Rivertown Apartments

Located in downtown Petaluma, CA, the project consists of four large wood-framed apartment buildings, three and four stories, supported on driven concrete piles.  The project is located on the Petaluma River and is approximately 180,000 square feet.

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Theater Square

Located in downtown Petaluma, CA, the three-story project is approximately 150,000 square feet. It consists of two stories of wood-framed loft apartments over a post-tensioned concrete second floor slab. The first floor is utilized for sidewalk accessible retail and dining.

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Basin Street Lofts

This three-story steel-braced framed building is located in a high seismic zone and follows the banks of the Petaluma River. The 75,000 square feet mixed use building utilizes the first floor for retail space while the upper floors are loft apartments. The structure was founded on 12 inch square prestressed concrete piles and the upper floors used open web steel joists supporting a concrete slab. The roof is a steel deck welded to open web steel joists.