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Manitowoc Crane High Bay Heavy Assembly Addition

Manitowoc Crane High Bay Heavy Assembly Addition Manitowoc Crane Company expanded its Manitowoc facilities to meet demands for growth and capacity. GRAEF provided planning, architectural, structural, site/civil and MEP engineering services for the renovation and modernization projects which were completed in multiple phases. The Manitowoc campus expansion included numerous renovations and additions. A new 4,000-square-foot…

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Caterpillar North of Rawson Facility

Caterpillar North of Rawson Facility GRAEF helped develop a space utilization program and provided design services for this new 260,000 SF facility with fabrication shop, warehouse and high density rack storage system. Employee support areas include restrooms, conference rooms, offices, lunch rooms and a medical office. A new central compressed air plant was designed to…

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Komatsu Fabrication Building

Komatsu Texas

Komatsu Fabrication Building Komatsu Mining Corp. is building a new fabrication building in Longview Texas. The 167,000-square-foot heavy manufacturing facility will produce the world’s largest wheel loader with an operating weight of 477,100 – 486,250 pounds. The facility includes two crane bays with two 50-ton gantry bays each. There are also several semi-gantry cranes under…

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Caterpillar Fab Shop

Caterpillar Fab Shop Caterpillar (Bucyrus) retained GRAEF to evaluate their existing fab shop and improve the space. The facility was outdated and bottlenecks and inefficiencies were common in the process flow. The fab shop included 12,300 square feet of workstations and 14,000 square feet of staging areas and aisles. GRAEF conducted value stream mapping, gap…

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Schreiber Foods Home Office

Schreiber Foods Home Office As Schreiber Foods looked to build a new corporate headquarters and global technology center, GRAEF teamed with HGA Architects and Engineers to provide site/civil engineering services. Located in downtown Green Bay, this 250,000-square-foot building sits on a 9.2-acre site and serves as the international home office for production and distribution facilities…

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Coca-Cola Refreshments Bottling Line Expansion

Coca-Cola Refreshments Bottling Line Expansion Coca-Cola Refreshments’ Tampa facility replaced two existing Carbonated Soft Drink (CSD) lines with two new Blow Fill CSD lines. GRAEF was part of a design-build team that designed facility modifications and system enhancements to accommodate the new blow fill lines. GRAEF is provided industrial architecture services and structural, mechanical, electrical,…

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Quad/Graphics, Inc. Stacked Press

Quad/Graphics, Inc. Stacked Press Quad/Graphics is the largest privately held printer of magazines, catalogs, books, and commercial materials in North America. GRAEF recently designed Quad/Graphics’ first stacked press line, supporting four automated press units directly above four identical units to save valuable floor space in an existing printing plant. Special consideration was given to the…

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Quad/Graphics, Inc. Oklahoma Facility Expansion

Quad/Graphics, Inc. Oklahoma Facility Expansion Quad/Graphics expanded their Oklahoma City facility as part of their overall Oklahoma master plan. With additional phases and buildings intended for this campus, it was important to maintain design flexibility for additions to the south and west. GRAEF included a plan for a future expansion to the east, the lower level…

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Great Lakes Packaging Corporation

Great Lakes Packing Corporation Great Lakes Packaging Corporation (GLPC) had identified that it needed to expand the productivity of its corrugated printing and converting business. The company did not know in what way it should take on expansion – adding a 3rd shift, upgrading equipment, or building addition space for a new piece of equipment. GRAEF teamed…

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GE Healthcare Guardhouse

GE Healthcare Guardhouse The entrance to GE Healthcare’s West Milwaukee campus was in need of replacement and upgrades. This was due to Department of Homeland Security requirements, aging infrastructure that was failing, a less than optimal configuration, inadequate capacity to accommodate traffic, and sub-standard facilities for site security. The design of the new guardhouse and…

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