Coastal Building Built to Withstand 160+ MPH Winds
This small, private resort with community pool built on a 9-foot pier system was built using the best modular construction techniques. Proponents of off-site construction have long maintained that this construction method produces structures that are far stronger than site-built structures. The building process includes constructing modules to withstand high wind zones. In addition, drywall is often both glued and screwed to wall studs, and triple headers are used over window openings and around stairwells to withstand the stresses of transportation and being lifted by a crane.
Recently, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) confirmed that modular structures withstood a hurricane far better than site-build structures. Assessment teams from FEMA concluded that modular homes rode out the 131-155 mph winds of 1992's Category-4 August storm.
The Mariner's View project was built to reflect its residents' style and sophistication, as well with the structural integrity to withstand Florida's unpredictable weather.
Luxury town homes built on piers to protect from potential storm surges in the Florida coast.
1 duplex and 4 quadplexes/18 total living units
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