Dynamic Lifecycle Innovations

Brice Prairie, WI | Food + Industrial

Overview

ISG has assisted with several expansions and additions over the last several years. The first involved renovation of a former 220,000-square-foot ammunitions facility and the most recent being the design of a brand-new 140,000-square-foot metal framed building with attached offices.


Opportunity

Dynamic Lifecycle Innovations required more space to accommodate an increase in production. A former ammunitions facility and a 45-acre site provided the perfect places to expand.

Solution

ISG worked with Dynamic Lifecycle Innovations to renovate a former 220,000-square-foot ammunitions facility. The project team focused on site circulation and enhancements to semi-truck loading and unloading facilities. Focused on maximizing site efficiency and truck circulation areas, the team implemented creative stormwater management features. In 2018, ISG designed a new 140,000-square-foot facility on a 45-acre greenfield development. The two-story building includes office space, and ISG provided services from the start, including site selection and review of alternative sites and permitting for utilities, water infrastructure, and threatened and endangered species. ISG provided assistance in securing a Wisconsin Department of Transportation grant for infrastructure and site development reimbursement assistance, leading to the construction of 2,600 feet of paved roadway.


“We are committed to safeguarding our customers and the environment, and this new facility allows us to deliver even greater processing capabilities with a vendor they know they can trust.”

- Miles Harter, CEO, Dynamic Lifecycle Innovations

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