Externally, the modern production facility bears little relationship to its product nor to the specific manufacturing processes involved.

With industrialization of the world economy has come a standard for facilities design - to meet the needs of changing market trends and to fit the requirements of standardized building products.

This wasn't always the case and may not be indicative of future design and construction for manufacturing and assembly facilities.



Industrial Facilities - Construction, Design and Planning

Specialized Technical Planning and Design - Industrial Projects: Several manufacturing and industrial projects by BRPH Architects - Engineers - Melbourne, FL

Certex of Alabama: Design/Build project by Jones-Williams Construction - Hueytown, AL

Web Design Excellence Award CON/STEEL Tilt-Up Systems - Dayton, OH - Manufacturing and industrial facilities have long been the established stronghold of the tilt-up construction industry. The natural durability, reduced maintenance and solid security of concrete tilt-up walls offer lasting value. This is an excellent site with graphically supported explanations of the entire construction process.

Henges Manufacturing - St. Louis, MO - Source for in-plant buildings and mezzanines.

Office/Warehouse/Manufacturing Facilities by The McSherry Group, Inc. - Structural Engineering Services - St. Paul, MN

Pioneer Steel Manufacturing, Ltd - Mississauga ONT/CA - Manufacturer of clear span, trussless, self-supporting arch style steel buildings for use in industrial, commercial, military and agricultural applications.

Steelway Building Systems - Aylmer ONT/CA - Specializing in the design and manufacturing of pre-engineered steel buildings. Since 1976, Steelway has supplied steel buildings for industrial, commercial, recreational, institutional as well as farm related structures.

Wright Building Systems - Hendersonville, TN - Construction and design services. All buildings furnished by Wright Building Systems are manufactured by members of the Metal Building Manufacturer's Association (MBMA). We choose only those manufacturers who are certified under the American Institute of Steel Construction's Certification Program in Class MB, Metal Buildings.

Portfolio Review and Historical Sites

A.E.G. Turbine Factory (front and side view): Designed by Peter Behrens, Berlin, 1910

Fagus Shoe Factory: Designed by Walter Gropius, Alfeld-an-der-Leine, 1910-11

Images of Montreal, Canada, 1872 - 1898: Factories

SPOOM: The Society for the Preservation Of Old Mills

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