Site Controls and Logistics
It’s one thing to design a warehouse with a contractor on paper and expect it to work. It’s another to account for site controls and logistical barriers. When you and your contractor consider these barriers before primary work begins, you can eliminate the largest obstacles before they ever appear. Costly delays are completely avoided, and the project are set up to succeed, rather than doomed to mire in logistical setbacks and bottlenecks.
Alongside logistics, it’s vital to completely ascertain and account for existing conditions. These are the sources of adversity that prevent warehouses and storage spaces from becoming all that they can be, and they’re what should be considered at the outset of the process. The Cintech company method is to account for as many variables as possible from the very beginning. This leads to a more efficient initial process, and that, in turn, leads to better construction and a more efficient final product.
In some cases, the needs of a site are so specific that general construction plans can’t possibly satisfy them. That is where specialty buildings can offer amazing alternatives. One of the best examples of a specialty building is the Red Bank Medical Office. It is home to four different medical practices, each with a different specialty. The entire process required strict adherence to minute details, and it shows how a specialty solution can be crafted from the ground up when the process is done correctly.
Featured Warehouse Construction Projects
Custom Warehouse Construction Projects
Sites need custom work for any industry. Whether the goal is a commercial office structure, retail, storage, service industry or warehousing, the process is what determines the success rate. Cintech provides services to help your company select the contractor, architect and engineer for any given warehousing or storage project.
Cintech has created building facilities and storage space with both traditional design-builds and general contractor approaches. Early planning lies at the heart of all successful construction projects. It is where we take existing conditions, site controls, and many other factors into consideration. It is also where you begin to narrow your range of options to plan an optimized industrial building.
Some industrial projects can save time and money by borrowing ideas from existing work. That concept is pushed to the limit with pre-construction service. There is more than just a contractor that can jumpstart a project can get to a satisfactory end-stage sooner, and without cutting corners.
Pre-Engineered Metal Buildings (PEMB) are exactly what the name suggests. They can range from simple hangers to multi-story industrial facilites. The limits to what can be pre-engineered are not easily exceeded. By designing the building with the manufacturer, steel components can be shipped ready for raising. The service cuts construction costs and time considerably.
Precast Concrete Construction
Precast concrete construction follows the same philosophy as PEMB. The concrete is molded and cured before shipping to the construction site. This saves time and money by eliminating custom molds from the on-site process. The precast elements can be incorporated into the project in a mere fraction of the time, and the overall integrity of the site is as strong or stronger than it would be using custom methods.