- Distribution Center Development
- Supporting Supplier Manufacturing Facilities
- Specialty Surface Project Goes Smoothly
Distribution Center Development
Working with one of the world’s largest express transportation companies, Atwell designed a 26-acre site to accommodate the client’s 100,000-square-foot Midwest distribution center. Services provided included the following:
Services provided included:
- Land surveying
- Wetland determination and delineation
- Site planning
- Civil engineering
- Industrial construction documents
Supporting Supplier Manufacturing Facilities
Atwell provided full-service land development consulting for an 80-acre lithium-ion battery manufacturing complex. This support included:
- Environmental due diligence
- Site selection support
- Site planning
- Site engineering
- Construction documents
- Landscape design
- Permitting and entitlements
As a function of the distribution and warehouse component of the facility, Atwell focused on site design techniques specific to vehicle interface and separation, vehicle and pedestrian separation and circulation, ingress and egress access, sight lines, and security and safety elements.
To blend the site with the surrounding environment and promote the project’s aesthetic qualities, Atwell created a unique landscape and hardscape design that enhanced and highlighted the architectural elements of the complex. These enhancements included two water features and a central outdoor gathering area for employees.
Specialty Surface Project Goes Smoothly
An automotive supplier was seeking to recreate its Japanese locations’ custom surface roads at its midwestern United States proving ground facilities. Atwell’s design specialists used furnished as-built data of the surface in Japan to finalize and validate the design of the 650-foot-long, 16-foot-wide “wavy” road, cut to 1mm accuracy, with the finished surface placed within 3mm of the design grades.
Atwell provided construction drawings, planned means and methods and QA/QC consulting; the team worked with the contractor to execute construction within three weeks.