iMFLUX Plant Renovation
PEDCO provided engineering design services for a 165,000 SF high precision injection mold manufacturing plant renovation. The building renovation consisted of the following spaces: shipping receiving, material prep, automated machining center, R&D center, polishing, programming center, tool crib, QA/testing lab, mold assembly, process area, process control lab, material handling and storage for in-process and completed molds, and a new break room and employee entrance. The project incorporated a phased approach to ensure all critical spaces (Processing Area, Machine Center, Automation, and R&D) were executed and completed first.
PEDCO’s structural design included foundations with vibration isolation for mold fabrication machines, bridge crane, structural steel and foundation support system. The mechanical design consisted of a new HVAC system, chillers, tightly controlled temperature and humidity for key areas, compressed air, water, process and sanitary. The electrical scope of work included power to service panels and branch circuits, load calculations, localized specialized lighting, and a modified distribution system.
Manufacturing Facility Relocation
Start: December 2013