Early this year, Trehel provided design-build services for PVS Sensors for the construction of their new 12,287 square-foot facility. The building features a light manufacturing area, along with multiple offices and warehouse storage space.
Initial conversations for the project began in 2012 as the owner’s vision and needs continued to evolve over the course of a five-year period. The new building and site development is the culmination of reviewing numerous master plan options for the property. With two other existing buildings on the site and plans for future expansion, the placement, access, parking and traffic flow around this new building was carefully considered and evaluated. Trehel along with RSCT Architecture developed a detailed site plan for seven acres that provided for all current and future needs of the owner.
The building features a pre-engineered steel structure with mezzanine and approximately 5,900 square feet of finished office space. With a 26-foot eave height and 32-foot ridge, the openness of the building provides workers ample space for forklift operation and storage on the mezzanine level. A compressed air loop feeds the pneumatic assembly and testing equipment for the facility.
RSCT Architecture + Design provided master planning and architectural design services for the project. Our Trehel construction project team consisted of Tim Murphy, Project Manager, Jesse Mase, Project Engineer, and James Moore as Project Superintendent. During the initial site work and concrete footings phase, Chuy Rivera provided job site project supervision.