Kimberly-Clark

Menasha, WI | Food + Industrial

Overview

ISG worked with Kimberly-Clark to design and construct a new warehouse and office facility on a tight deadline while not compromising the quality and systems integration required for its production.


Opportunity

Kimberly-Clark needed to build a new manufacturing warehouse and office facility and had an extremely tight deadline, with the building needing to be constructed within 12 months.

Solution

For its 468,000-square-foot manufacturing warehouse and 72,000-square-foot multi-use office facility, Kimberly-Clark required a tight deadline, with documents needing to be drawn up and the building constructed within 12 months. ISG designed the facility with insulated metal well panels and space for sophisticated mechanical, electrical, building automation, and security systems. The office areas required the inclusion of a full auditorium complete with all necessary A/V amenities, an open courtyard, full-service kitchen, and employee cafeteria. The combination of dedicated effort, creative innovation, and skillful management resulted in the completion of the project in the short 12-month period. Since completion of the project, ISG has worked with Kimberly-Clark on other projects such as preliminary and chiller replacement designs.


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