Storee Construction In the News
Storee Construction was recently mentioned in Missouri publication for our work at a manufacturing plant in Springfield, MO. We are currently working on expanding an existing facility to meet their demand as well as improve efficiencies inside the building and out.
Featured in the Springfield Business Journal, SMC Packaging Group Expansion Phase II project was required to consolidate SMC operations as well as increase overall production capacity. The company manufactures corrugated packaging and protective shipping boxes.
Already situated near a BNSF rail line, Storee Construction will increase rail access to accept six rail cars at a time. The addition also added room for finished products, storage, and additional manufacturing equipment to be installed by Storee to meet increased requirements. In all, Storee added 250,000 additional square feet, bringing the total square footage of the plant to 415,000.
Working with architect and engineering companies, we are scheduled to have the remodel finished in February of 2020. Phase II comes on the heels of just completed Phase I, which added 20,000 square feet of “flexibility and breathing room” as SMC CEO Kevin Ausburn said.
Facility expansions, manufacturing equipment installations, renovations, and plant relocations are just a few of the services we offer from our Building Construction department. No matter the size, configuration, or locations, Storee Construction will help grow your plant, warehouse, or building to make it more efficient or increase productivity.
Storee Construction also offers metal fabrication, industrial solutions, and industrial ventilation, and other services to get your existing plant up to speed or build a new facility from the ground up. Have a large project on the horizon? Contact Storee to see how we can keep you on budget and on schedule.
For more information, visit the Springfield Business Journal – Ground Up: SMC Packaging Group expansion, Phase II.