Great American Tower is the newest icon in the Cincinnati skyline. It's the tallest, strongest, greenest skyscraper downtown. The Class A office complex stands 665 feet and 41 stories tall. At its peak sits a 300-ton, 130-foot exposed-steel tiara inspired by the crown of Princess Diana of Whales.
For the Hilltop, the project included an 8,000-cubic-yard, self-climbing core made with the highest-to-date strength concrete pour in the Greater Cincinnati Region, at 12,000 psi.
Hilltop is proud to have been the premiere concrete supply company for the latest Cincinnati icon, Smale Park. The project needed 4,000 cubic yards of Ready-Mixed Concrete, including speciality colors and pervious concrete. It features 45 acres of beautiful park nestled between the Banks and the Ohio River. It includes a carousel, Anderson Pavilion, fountains, multiple playgrounds, a labyrinth, river trail, tree grove and many more enjoyable amenities. Hilltop products are most easily seen in the recreational climbing walls.
Built in 1999, "The Jungle," home of the Cincinnati Bengals contains 65,000 seats, 114 executive suites and 7,600 club seats. Hilltop was the main concrete supplier providing 150,000 cubic yards of Ready-Mixed Concrete. Hilltop also served as the recycler for the previous stadium's concrete.
Paul Brown Stadium was designed by NBBJ and was the first NFL facility to win an AIA design award. According to the Harris Interactive Survey, it was the only football stadium on America's 150 Favorite Buildings by AIA as of 2007. It's one of only three stadiums on the list (the other two being Wrigley Field and the Yankee Stadium).
The Ascent at Roebling Bridge is a residential apartment complex in Covington, Kentucky. Located just across the Ohio River from Downtown Cincinnati, this marvel is one of the many notable buildings that our region has grown to love. For Hilltop, the project included 20,000 cubic yards of Ready-Mixed Concrete; including, 4,000 cubic yards of high strength (8,000 psi), liquid nitrogen cooled concrete.
Nestled along the river between Great American Ball Park, Paul Brown Stadium and Smale Riverfront park, The Banks offers something for everyone, from family-friendly restaurants to sports-friendly bars. The development includes a mix of retail, residential and corporate offices and Hilltop has been one of the main concrete suppliers for the ongoing project, providing over 100,000 cubic yards of Ready-Mixed Concrete to a variety of buildings. Some include the Current at The Banks urban community, Radius at The Banks luxury apartments, General Electric's Global Operations Center and its underground parking garage.
With the 84.51° building, Hilltop created a custom self-consolidating mix that is a feature of the building. The architectural design consisted of exposed industrial high-strength concrete is one of the first things you notice when you enter this building. In total, there is 20,000 cubic yards of Ready-Mixed Concrete in the building.