A new test cell for development and production tests of lift fans under differing nozzle and inlet conditions. The project included a new electric utility substation to deliver 13kV power to a 40,000hp motor. Mussett Nicholas Associates was a consultant to the prime test cell facility design firm.
One million gallon industrial wastewater treatment facility for fuel impacted water. Mussett Nicholas Associates designed the offloading, loading, piping systems, and fluid handling system for this facility.
Childersburg was selected as the site for a new oil blending and shipping facility. Mussett Nicholas Associates designed and documented a process piping, storage tank, and control system to blend 10,000,000 gallons of product per year.
AISIN Manufacturing Illinois has three buildings located on one site. MNA planned the site and originally developed a 19,800-square-foot office and 43-acre site with 144,000 square feet of manufacturing space. Two more buildings were added to the site, bringing the gross site square footage to 333,500 square feet. Automotive body components such as sunroofs, sliding door modules, and power back door units are produced in this facility.
Image, context, and scale responsiveness were key concerns in designing a two-story office and high-tech R&D and QC testing labs for a manufacturer. An atrium section with stairs and a two-entrance elevator creates a transition between the new and existing buildings on the site. Skylights enhance the office and lobby areas. Details of the new facade complement the original building.
AISIN Chemical Indiana, over a 9-year span, has built and expanded two separate buildings housing offices, production lines, storage, and shipping of products, totaling 200,000 gross square footage at $17 million. Control areas were developed and fire sprinkler detention storage was integrated into the design to manage flammable liquids utilized in their processes. Air conditioning of both facilities provides humidity control and stability for the flammable liquids, as well as comfort for their workers.
This project was a new maintenance facility was constructed for the locomotives of the Indiana Rail Road Company. This operation has a fueling shed and can repair up to 4 locomotives inside the facility. This building also includes a maintenance shop with inspection pits, a warehouse, bulk oil storage, and office space. The facility has a unique oil-water waste recycling system.
Industrial Rail Road Locomotive Repair and Maintenance Building