Callahan & Freeman’s schematic solution for an electronics company warehouse addition consists of approximately 16,000 SF of high-piled rack storage space. The precast concrete panel building would match the character and materials of the existing structure, providing a seamless transition into the expansion.
Callahan & Freeman’s solution for a two story office building provides a direct linkage to an existing aerospace manufacturing facility. The ground floor of the two story structure will provide additional manufacturing space with a crane rail combined with customer work spaces, conference and lobby functions. The entire second floor is an office and conference room program. Metal canopies at each window accentuate the painted precast concrete exterior.
Callahan & Freeman’s design for a dual tenant office/warehouse consists of one half of the structure containing an office environment with limited storage space, and a second suite with storage as the primary function accompanied by limited office spaces. The painted concrete panel building is also clad with metal panels, stone veneer and standing seam roofing. The 14,881 SF building is designed as a taller structure, allowing adequate clearance in the storage portions to provide flexibility for tenants.
Callahan & Freeman’s solution for an office/warehouse for a chemical company includes a 25,000 SF new warehouse building located on an existing 10 acre industrial complex. The pre-engineered metal building system houses office space, a chemical storage area, production area, and shop spaces. A truck well, dock and covered exterior chemical containment basin are placed to work seamlessly with the existing operations of the company.
Callahan & Freeman’s design for a 200,000 SF poly-ISO insulation board manufacturing facility incorporates 50,000 SF of production space which houses an assembly line for creating and packaging the insulation boards. The remainder of the 150,000 SF is configured for warehousing of the products and distribution through the four loading docks. The building’s foundation consists of custom designed foundation pads to support the production equipment. A component of the facility is a large, six tank farm which provides storage and containment for the associated manufacturing products. Significant expansion and enhancement of an adjacent rail yard to support the facility was also in the scope of work.
Callahan & Freeman’s design for an industrial fabrication facility provides a new turbine engine rebuild shop into an existing 17.4 acre industrial complex. The two story building provides 14,000 SF of Class “A” office space and 80,000 SF of industrial shop areas with engine test cells, and shipping/receiving areas. Bridge cranes travel the majority of the shop space and assist in moving the large turbine engine components to the different assembly areas. Tilt-up concrete panels and aluminum composite material panels make up the exterior of the facility.