Peak Construction Corporation Selected to complete full design / build construction service for the new corporate headquarters and manufacturing facility for Rauland-Borg
Mike Sullivan, president and founder of Peak Construction Corporation, announces that the firm has been selected by Rauland-Borg to complete requirements for the new state of the art manufacturing facility located at 1802 West Central Road in Mount Prospect, Ill. Occupancy began the first of November 2008 and final completion is scheduled for April 2009. Peak will be coordinating and managing a complicated construction schedule accommodating multiple stages of occupancy and operation while additional new construction is completed in the facility.
“The final Rauland-Borg project solution will result in an appropriately placed series of business departments each integrating their respective functions in an efficient and modern manufacturing environment that enables their finished products to be delivered to customers in a competitive and customized platform. The Rauland-Borg family of health care communication products continue to be recognized as the benchmark of excellence internationally in the health care industry by both customers and competitors.” said Sullivan.
The project scope includes the analysis and integration of numerous essential Rauland-Borg business functions including engineering, sales, accounting, manufacturing, raw and finished good staging, as well as a state of the art “Solution Center” offering interactive demonstrations and product capabilities for prospective and existing clients. The 250,000 SF manufacturing facility will be operated by over 400 professionals supported by a full service cafeteria, fitness center, and human resources department.
The manufacturing process will require modifications and enhancements to the electrical power system, compressed air, HVAC, exhaust, anti-static floor surfaces, lighting, and emergency power systems.
Peak Construction Corporation’s project team includes John Reilly, project executive, Dale Carter, Senior Project Manager, and Tony Amettis, project superintendent. The architect is Heitman Architects, of Itasca, Ill. Jeff Blake with Paine/Wetzel Associates is the real estate broker for Rauland-Borg.