The Kenwal Steel Corporation was growing. They needed a new steel processing center and offices and wanted to relocate their headquarters into a new state-of-the-art facility and increase the size of their current facility.
D.J. Maltese created a new 168,000 SF facility from design to completion in an 11-month time frame. The new facility was built on a twenty-acre brownfield in Dearborn, Michigan the largest remediation project ever performed by a contractor in the State of Michigan at the time.
The facility includes a steel processing plant with four high-speed overhead cranes, machine pits, primary electrical service, equipment maintenance building, locker rooms, and 15,000 SF of offices. This $20 million project included steel slitting equipment and site work, land acquisition, existing building demolition and remediation.
The corporate offices included cherry wood, fabric wall covering, granite, built-in millwork and custom cherry doors. The plant included machine pits, four 1000 long high-speed cranes, a primary electrical service and a rail spur into the building. The site included paving, lighting, landscaping and fencing.
Security systems include a power-operated entry gate and video cameras around the site and in the plant.