The construction specialized on integrating the owner’s existing crane systems, equipment foundations, equipment clearances, and how these affected the building design loads. This ensured that all aspects of the project were considered for a successful final product and optimal flow of the owners’ assembly of materials. In 2014 one of the existing buildings was upgraded to carry additional cranes it was not originally designed for. This included adding weight to the existing steel rafters and increasing the bearing capacity of the foundations to carry the new loads. Pictured is an aerial view of the plant that we built from the ground up as the general contractor for the original owner, Katana Wind Towers.