41,000 Square Feet
Roebuck Buildings worked with Meyer Tool, a manufacturer for the aerospace and power industries, on two previous phases of renovations for their existing industrial manufacturing facility. So, when Meyer Tool needed a new 41,000-square-foot expansion, they brought on Roebuck to keep up the good work.
This expansion project held a few interesting challenges for the Roebuck Buildings team to overcome. First, overhead power lines and underground utilities needed to be relocated. Next, careful coordination, design, and engineering was needed to seamlessly tie the new addition into the existing structure. Lastly, the existing 14-foot-high by 150-foot-long retaining wall had to be incorporated into the new design. Through careful planning and execution, the Roebuck team successfully conquered each challenge on time and within budget.
The result was a 20,000-square-foot type A office space and a 21,000-square-foot production area. This unique hybrid construction utilized both PEMB and structural steel, and exterior architectural panels utilized insulated metal wall panels with horizontal, ribbed accent panels for aesthetics. Heavy landscaping and hardscape were also required to create an inviting picnic area with concrete pavers.