The remodeling consists of an existing 767,000 square-foot warehouse & single story office for a new non-sort facility. Building renovations include demolition, site improvements, and new construction. The demolition itself contains all existing RTUs, interior lighting, 60,000 square-foot office, warehouse bathrooms, a full height demising wall, east elevation dock pits, and the closure of west and south elevation dock positions. The facility is equipped with new hydraulic dock levelers, LED lighting, RTUs, 30,000 square-foot office, warehouse bathrooms, warehouse break rooms, pit charging stations, facilities cages, telecommunication and security equipment, material handling equipment, and racking. This is Krusinski’s second project with the e-commerce client.
This e-commerce build out consists of a 438,000 square-foot warehouse and office fulfillment center in Crest Hill. Some of the more interesting aspects of the project, aside from the fast-tracked schedule, include the removal of three building corners, 24 precast panels and lowering the existing building footings so that (21) new dock positions could be added. Further, (40) levelers were added at pre-designed locations and the (36) existing manual dock levelers were upgraded to hydraulic bringing the building total to (97) new hydraulic leveler positions. Building improvements include 2,000 amps of power to supplement the existing 4,000 amps; 425 tons of RTU cooling, 6 new HVLS fans,10 pit charging stations and 22,000 square-feet of interior office space. The entire system is backed up by a 2 MW diesel generator to prevent work impediments. Improvements of the 24-acre site include an additional 320 car parking lot, 2 guard houses, an expanded entrance, LED site lighting, security fencing around the perimeter of the truck yards as well as an employee bus stop. This is Krusinski’s third project with the e-commerce client.
This LEED certified 644,000 square-foot distribution center was developed for a world leader in the distribution of pharmaceutical products. The facility includes a 41,000 square-foot office space located in Olive Branch, MS which is situated on the Tennessee state line. Olive Branch is the perfect location for the National Redistribution Center which will create more than 300 jobs. The facility sits on 67-acres with amenities that include 398 parking stalls, 56 exterior docks, 1 drive-in door with a 30-foot height clearance, new warehousing systems and significant technical upgrades. This distribution center allows the firm to more efficiently serve its growing customer base providing the most advanced material handling systems available. Water, energy efficiency and indoor environmental quality measures are incorporated to maintain sustainable best practices.
Krusinski was hired to develop the first LEED Silver Certified airline catering facility in the world for LSG Sky Chefs located in Des Plaines, Illinois. LSG Sky Chefs is part of the LSG Group which is a collection of companies under LSG Lufthansa Service Holding AG, a 100% subsidiary of Deutsche Lufthansa AG. LSG Lufthansa Service Holding AG is headquartered in Neu-Isenburg (near Frankfurt), Germany.
The state-of-the-art facility incorporates environmentally-friendly design including intelligent energy and construction and takes up about 10 acres, with 2.5 acres set aside for stormwater retention. The main entrance includes a custom glass elevator and full-height glass curtainwall framing system that filters natural light. The food preparation facility maintains a 41° degree temperature and a large freezer area set at -10° degrees to preserve and maintain high quality foods. In addition custom-built equipment pits are integrated for food preparation operations with built-in heating components. A fully automated SmartWall system is incorporated to separate the testing and training kitchens.
These amenities allow LSG Sky Chefs to present the best possible food experience, whether that’s a convenience snack or a five-course meal. The firm creates great food experiences with an experienced culinary network of chefs from all over the world.
A new brick manufacturing complex including multiple pre-engineered metal buildings totaling 400,000 SF under roof. The project consists of the main plant and manufacturing line, clay storage, grinding and grinding storage, reclaimer, maintenance, sorting and wrap station, fuel tank area, loading dock and sales office.
The project was completed under a Design Build contract. The Owner came to Rogers-O’Brien with their civil engineering partner Freese and Nichols that provided programming and conceptual design and civil engineering services for the project. We were given their prototype engineering drawings and manufacturing line schematics and directed to work with our subcontractor partners to provide full service design, engineering and construction (design-assist). Brick manufacturing commenced January 2016.
KCC completed an 85,000 square foot LEED Certified Building at Wood Hill Crossing East in Woodridge, IL. The team consisted of architect, SKJN Architekten Corporation and civil engineer, SPACECO Inc. The group partnered with Lakeview Realty Investors for this multi-tenant speculative building. Wood Hill Crossing East will be the first LEED Certified building within the Village of Woodridge limits. The building can function as an office, research or light industrial facility. During this project, the team was trained to identify Blanding Turtles that populate the area and put a plan together to protect this threatened and endangered species during construction.
The Village of Woodridge is also home to the Internationale Centre, one of the largest business parks in the Chicago area. The Wood Hill Crossing Business Park connects and is adjacent to Internationale Centre.
Situated on a 22-acre site the distribution center includes 317,585 square foot of warehouse space, 32,445 square feet of office space and parking for 220 cars.
IMC Construction was retained to construct two new 36-foot clear warehouse distribution buildings totaling 532,496 SF at a new speculative industrial center in Piscataway, NJ. The project featuring two single-loaded warehouses designed with sustainable features including skylights and clearstory windows along the dock wall to bring in natural light. The work encompasses all on and offsite improvements including new County roadways, traffic signalization, landscape and hardscape as well as all utility extensions. IMC coordinated with multiple regulatory agencies and stakeholders including Sunoco who needed to relocate one of their critical gas transmission lines. Preconstruction cost analysis for the client involved options for both tilt-up and precast designs and alternatives to expedite the construction schedule.
Insys Therapeutics is a specialty pharmaceutical company that develops and commercializes innovative products for supportive care of pain patients. The Insys Therapeutics Facility project entailed the interior demolition of a 60,000 SF warehouse and the interior build out of a new pharmaceutical manufacturing facility. Along with the renovation of the exterior façade, the project scope also includes the addition of an 8,000 SF Class 10,000 Clean Room and another 20,000 SF of process space to accommodate the manufacturing of a range of patented pharmaceutical products.
A single-story, 13,000 s.f. office building along with an exterior fueling center that is 60,000 s.f. This includes (3) 50,000 gallon diesel storage/fueling tanks, locomotive lube oil tank, sanding storage towers and sanding silos.