Revolutionary die cut company Mueller needed to accommodate its burgeoning workforce and eliminate having to ferry product back and forth between two overcrowded buildings. A M King renovated a 135,000-square-foot paper mill in Charlotte that consolidated Mueller’s manufacturing, warehouse and office space into a single location. We assisted the owners in astutely marrying existing capacity with new construction; observing temperature-specific requirements in the warehouse; and collaborating with Mueller’s vendors to install low-voltage cabling, a security system, fire alarms and multi-functional, specialty furniture. A ribbon window system spans the entire length of the front of the Westlake Drive building, providing an abundance of natural light.
- Installed 10 new RTU units, totaling 250 tons of heating or air conditioning, to produce proper temperature control for temperature and humidity sensitive products in the warehouse and manufacturing areas.
- Modified existing electrical distribution infrastructure throughout to the building to supply power to more than 65 pieces of manufacturing equipment.
- Provide dedicated temperature-controlled room for Server and IT equipment.
- Created open office floor plan with breakout areas to provide small group collaboration.
- Utilized existing window glazing to distribute natural light to all office areas.