Universal Alloy Light Press Plant

One look at Universal Alloy’s new light press plant and there’s no question as to why it stands out among other manufacturing facilities of its kind. While precast concrete has been widely used in the construction of manufacturing facilities for some decades, these buildings tend to be simple, utilitarian boxes with little design flair. That Read more

Sanderson Farms Processing Plant

Sanderson Farms is a state-of-the-art poultry complex with the capacity to process 1.25 million birds per week. This facility employs approximately 1,500 people and requires 130 contract growers. With any food processing facility, food safety is the number one priority. Precast concrete provides a non-porous, smooth, hard wall concrete surface. Add to that a design Read more

Budweiser of Greenville Warehouse & Distribution Center

This two-story, 130,000 sq ft facility is rectangular shaped, with the office section jutting out in the front elevation. The owner wanted a structure that was state-of-the-art with optimum product and process flow. The exterior wall system, in particular, needed to be designed to deliver cost-effective, energy-conserving operations. The owner entered into a design-build contract Read more

Dollar General Distribution Center

This 2013 PCI Design Award winner is a 1 million sq ft facility, spreading across 106 acres. It services 500 stores across Alabama and its surrounding states and is Dollar General’s tenth distribution center. Dollar General wanted something different for its Alabama facility, which serves as a hub for more than 600 employees. They wanted Read more

Lowes Distribution Center

This 1.4 million sq ft facility occupies 140 acres in Adairsville’s North Floyd Industrial Park. The new facility combined three locations into one and now services stores across western Georgia, northern Florida and Alabama. Lowe’s wanted a low maintenance exterior, which is the primary reason the precast wall panel system was selected. The owner’s representatives especially Read more