The plant went from foundation to flowing product in six months.

The $47 million Nestlé Waters Bottling Facility is the fifth design-build greenfield facility collaboration between Nestlé Waters North America and Haskell. What’s so unusual about this project is a faster than fast-track schedule. The 588,000-square-foot facility and supporting infrastructure were functional in less than six months.

Solid project planning made an impossible schedule, possible.

The LEED compliant facility is comprised of 20,100 square feet of Class A office space, 286,000 square feet of storage space, and 268,620 square feet of process space. Our team managed to cost effectively develop floor, drainage and utility systems that met production and warehouse specifications despite widely different needs. Moveable tilt-up walls allow for future expansions of up to 800,000 square feet.

Sustainable features earned the company its first LEED Gold Certification.

The facility design is part of Nestlé Waters North America’s corporate commitment to create LEED qualified facilities that respect the environment, community and people. Haskell’s ability to self-perform design, tilt-up wall construction, process support functions and steel fabrication helped the project stay on track. In fact, the plant construction moved so quickly, they were producing sellable product in six months and the project was complete in nine months.

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