This project required a substantial re-design of the rear portion of the building in mid-construction due to an easement that was not discovered in the original title search. This project utilized a helix auger system of pilings (94 in total) to carry the weight of the walls, marble, concrete floors, and limestone panels. The walls were finished with aluminum backed Portuguese limestone panels mounted with angle iron to the ICF walls. The home was built with R28 Logix Platinum Series for enhanced energy efficiency. The roof is insulated to R30 with spray-in insulation and energy-efficient doors, and windows were incorporated throughout. The home is located in a flood zone, and so the bottom floor is designed with 4” Logix ICF as blow away walls in the event of extreme flood surges. The main floor walls are engineered to withstand 200 mph winds.