Distribution centers and warehouses require a blending of their space needs with the durability and flexibility to meet each client's unique business requirements. It is important to start with a site analysis and planning to determine ease of access for onsite truck path travel and analysis for trailer storage. Once the exterior paths have been identified, we follow the materials handling path of travel from shipping and receiving through the space. Attention is given to specific details such as understanding clear heights to meet pallet demands and we are mindful of current as well as future needs. Our designs for distribution centers allow for flexibility with the market and products they serve and produce—be it last mile, Less Than Truckload (LTL) or Full Truckload (FTL)—as well as balance of life cycle versus initial cost.
*Denotes projects completed by EUA acquired firms
Additional Distribution + Warehouse Projects
- Alliance Laundry*
- Crossgate Logistics*
- Fox Valley Technical College - Auto
- Heartland Express*
- Interstate Partners Ridgeview 5