The Galaxy FBO building in Texas costs the developer nearly $500,000 less after it was redesigned from the planned steel structure to tilt-up concrete originally conceived in 2012.
According to a project profile story on ForConstructionPros.com:
The tilt-up scheme utilized extensive reveals and formliner to achieve the original look while improving overall quality. The FBO is attached to hangar one and the design team utilized 60-ft.-tall tilt panels to create two-hour rated separation between the hangar and the FBO. Executive offices are located overlooking the interior of the hangar to allow customers to get an inside look at the aircraft hangar. The tilt-up structure forms the frame for an extensive curtain wall overlooking the jet canopy.