Cleveland Construction, Inc. served as the design-builder for the construction of 51,250 square-foot warehouse into offices and manufacturing space for Telling Industries, LLC.
The project features: a regional sales office, manufacturing assembly lines, slitter pits, shipping/receiving, six high bay doors; raw material storage, a 5-ton and 30-ton overhead crane, rail spur, new electrical and mechanical, fire suppression, security, data and telecommunications systems, equipment start-up and training.
As Telling Industries' third metal stud manufacturing facility (second performed by Cleveland Construction), the critical design consideration was the efficient and logical progression of raw materials through the manufacturing process. To accomplish this, the Design/Build team acquired the services of an industrial engineer to analyze process requirements and translate into design. Unlike the previous manufacturing facility Cleveland Construction designed/ built for Telling Industries, this facility was integrated with an adjacent rail spur. The 30-ton crane was designed to have the ability to unload rail cars from inside the facility by “booming” out. The 5-ton crane could then maneuver the raw material into position once inside the facility for the assembly lines.