The new building was built by Chad Fisher Construction. Construction took a year and the building contains 6,800 cubic yards of concrete, 350,000 lineal feet of rebar, 600 tons of steel and over 100 miles of electrical wire. On the roof is a state-of-the-art climate control system. There are 30 Variable Refrigerant Volume (VRV) heat Pumps that are all linked together and connected to a computer system. The system monitors temperature and humidity and turns on the appropriate heat pump to keep the climate perfect for making carbon fier parts.
This is the fist industrial application in the State of Washington that works in a contained environment like Janicki Industries new Hamilton plant.