Murakami Manufacturing 2004 Expansion

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This project offered Bristol Group a unique opportunity to demonstrate our wide range of engineering and architectural abilities. Bristol Group designed and simultaneously constructed an injection molding expansion, paint area addition, manufacturing and assembly area, storage addition and office expansion.

The project was managed entirely from the site using a seasoned project manager and project engineer. Preliminary planning and scheduling were dictated by the need for the facility to maintain full production throughout the construction process.

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YH America 2004 Building Expansion

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YH America, Inc. began operations at its Versailles Sealant Division in April of 1998. In only 5½ short years, YH America had reached capacity in production, on-site storage and available office space. 

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Toyotetsu America Inc. Die Storage Addition

This project consisted of a 35,000 square foot expansion to the main structure to accommodate the owner’s growth in the automotive industry. The addition houses a 20 metric ton overhead crane and a 5,000 square foot mezzanine. Floor slabs are reinforced to support stacks of stamping dies. An eighty–foot clear span was incorporated into the design to maximize floor space. 

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Topy Corporation Rim Line #3

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The challenge of placing 12’ of fill in winter conditions was solved by Bristol’s site work crews. With minimal cost impact, shot rock was substituted and time was recovered to meet the owner’s production commitment. The project included site preparation, a 25,000 square feet warehouse addition, a new 10 ton overhead crane and rim line machine foundations in the existing facility.

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NACCO Materials Handling Group

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This 230,000 square foot project includes major additions to the manufacturing plant and engineering offices. The project required the relocation of shipping/receiving docks without disrupting ongoing operations.

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