UISC provided all design/engineering, site development and construction for this 41,000 sf Deboning/Distribution “Turnkey” Development.
This project was particularly challenging due to the location of the addition. The building, pavement, existing fuel tank lines needed to be demolished/removed, as well as the soil for a majority of the site was unsuitable and needed to be replaced. We developed a plan to utilize steel piles for the building foundations as a way of reducing the amount of cost spent to make up for the poor soils.
An important aspect of the new deboning facility was that it needed to integrate seamlessly with the existing kill facility, which is a building that was first constructed over 60 years ago. This posed numerous issues from a constructability standpoint. We worked efficiently with the team at Koch to identify the structural and mechanical makeup of their existing building and incorporate that into the design of the new Deboning Plant. The final design included an air handling unit on the new building to help balance the makeup air in the existing plant, a structurally sound connecting bridge between the two buildings second levels, and a new receiving dock to ship items from the existing kill facility while the Deboning Facility was under construction.
- Demolition and Repurposing of a 22 Acre Site
- 26,000 S.F. of +28°F Cooler
- 14,000 S.F. of +35°F Truck Dock
- 39,000 S.F. of “Deboning” and “Box Making” Processing Space
- 62,000 S.F. of Office/Support/Storage Space