Lately, we have been touting the beauty, flexibility and cost-effectiveness of pre-engineered buildings. We are pleased to announce that our industry peers have bestowed a Project Achievement award on one of our recently built pre-engineered buildings.
The New England Chapter of the Construction Managers Association of America (CMAA) gave the coveted award for Senate Construction’s work on the design/build of a 40,600-square-foot addition to Integra Companies’ corporate headquarters in Devens, Massachusetts.
“We’re all really proud of the outcome and thrilled it has been singled out by CMAA,” said Senate Construction CEO Bob France.
In 2001, Senate built Integra’s existing 30,000 square foot corporate headquarters. Years later, Integra began to outgrow that facility, and turned to Senate again to expand its building to accommodate for the exponential growth. The 40,600 square foot addition includes 20,600 square feet of office space and 20,000 square feet of warehouse.
Both spaces are Butler buildings, but this project is unique in that the warehouse was pre-engineered and the office space was built conventionally. Senate’s team worked tirelessly in preconstruction to ensure the two structures would integrate seamlessly.
This award has clearly erased the myth of cookie-cutter pre-engineered buildings, once and for all. Pre-engineered buildings are becoming more prevalent and common these days, as their benefits of high-quality materials, cost-effectiveness and fast schedules are attractive to owners and developers. On your next project, you should consider the advantages of a pre-engineered system.
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