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The Soto

San Antonio, TX
  • Bldg system

    Mass Timber

  • No. Of Stories

    6

  • Sq. footage

    150,000

The Soto is the first mass-timber office building in Texas, and a model for sustainable design and construction. The building includes ground floor retail, with 25,100-sf office floor plates rising six levels above the street. Parking is provided at 3:1000/RSF, including executive parking in a below-grade structure. Multi-tenant spaces are built over raised floor, which supports underfloor air distribution. This allows for more flexibility in planning and greater tenant comfort, and preserves the warmth of the exposed wood ceilings without the visual clutter of overhead air ducts. The project was designed to achieve LEED certification.

  • Construction Type:

    IV-HT

  • Building Type:

    Business (Office)

  • Material Types:

    Dowel-Laminated Timber (DLT), Glue-Laminated Timber (GLT), Hybrid (wood with steel or concrete)

Companies Involved:
  • Lake/Flato

    Design Architect

  • BOKA Powell

    Architect

  • Hacker

    Landscape Architect

  • Intergral Group

    MEP Engineer

  • Danysh & Associates

    Structural Engineer (Concrete)

  • Pape-Dawson

    Civil Engineer

  • Byrne Construction

    General Contractor

  • Hixon Properties Inc.

    Developer

  • JLL

    Broker

Individuals Involved:
  • Chris Barnes

    Principal-in-Charge

  • Danielle Smyth

    Project Coordinator

  • Todd Wascher

    Principal

  • David Lake

    Principal-in-Charge

  • Sameer Rayyan

    Designer

  • Eric Van Hyfte

    Prinicpal

  • Michael Smith

    Senior Project Architect

  • Branden Adams

    Construction Administrator

  • Bungane Mehlomakulu

    Principal-in-Charge

  • Hank Dahl

    Electrical Engineer

  • Keith Davidge

    Mechanical Engineer

  • Jennifer Alley

    Mechanical Engineer

  • Mel Danysh

    Prinicipal

  • Vanessa Valdez

    Project Engineer

  • Samantha Lyman

    Construction Manager

  • Josh Novak

    Project Manager

  • Jared Gold

    Superintendent

  • Tony Battle

    President (South Texas)

  • Jack Spector

    Developer

  • John Beauchamp

    Developer

  • Stephen Tilly

    Developer

  • Hunter Kingman

    Developer