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The Lee Steel Corporation determined in late 1999 that a new steel processing service center was needed in Wyoming to service customer demand and market growth. D.J. Maltese was selected as construction manager to build this new 75,000 SF facility.
The new facility includes high-end offices, a research and development laboratory, and the steel processing center.
One of the most notable characteristics of this facility is the addition of a patented Herr-Voss steel slitting line with a strand extensioner. This slitting line has a 70,000 pound coil capacity and there are only seventy-five (75) such slitters in the world.
The Kenwal Steel Corporation was growing. They needed a new steel processing center and offices and wanted to relocate their headquarters into a new state-of-the-art facility and increase the size of their current facility.
D.J. Maltese created a new 168,000 SF facility from design to completion in an 11-month time frame. The new facility was built on a twenty-acre brownfield in Dearborn, Michigan Ð the largest remediation project ever performed by a contractor in the State of Michigan at the time.
The facility includes a steel processing plant with four high-speed overhead cranes, machine pits, primary electrical service, equipment maintenance building, locker rooms, and 15,000 SF of offices. This $20 million project included steel slitting equipment and site work, land acquisition, existing building demolition and remediation.
The corporate offices included cherry wood, fabric wall covering, granite, built-in millwork and custom cherry doors. The plant included machine pits, four 100Õ long high-speed cranes, a primary electrical service and a rail spur into the building. The site included paving, lighting, landscaping and fencing.
Security systems include a power-operated entry gate and video cameras around the site and in the plant.