Sheridan Construction was invited back to Enercon Technologies in 2016 for a major expansion to their facility built in 1997. This 73,000 s.f. high-tech manufacturing facility is connected to the existing building via a sky-bridge. Circuit-board assembly lines with very sensitive vibration tolerances required a special composite slab design for the second-floor mounted equipment.
Sheridan has been fortunate to work with world-class manufacturers such as Enercon Technologies. The first project was completed in 1997. This state-of-the-art facility was a construction management project with extensive owner involvement during more than 70 project meetings. A signature facility was required to stand as a reflection of its industry stature-a technology leader.
The production area is on the ground floor with an adjacent gym and locker-rooms for employees. Engineering, cafeteria, resource library, conference rooms, and executive offices are located on the second-level. Interior finishes feature mahogany trim, imported tile and ceiling tiles configured to simulated clouds below a cathedral ceiling.Contact David Whitney
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