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Janicki Aerospace Manufacturing

Janicki Industries (Janicki) has opened a new manufacturing plant in Hamilton, WA. The primary purpose of the plant is to produce flght-quality, aerospace parts made of advanced composite materials. 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… Read More

LAVLE USA, Inc

Chad Fisher Construction Steel Crews are well on their way to providing additional space for LAVLE USA, Inc. The building will be used for constructing and conducting testing of engines, generators, drives, motors, bridge control stations, and engineering control stations, with the goal of manufacturing and testing complete vessel power train and control systems. . LAVLE is developing the world’s first solid-electrolyte battery (SEB) energy… Read More

Janicki Industries Punkin Warehouse

Janicki Industries designs and builds high-precision parts and tooling for aerospace, marine, energy, space, military, transportation and architecture customers specializing in composite materials and exotic metals. Chad Fisher Construction was selected to construct a new 45,000-sq-ft additional facility at their Hamilton (Punkin Center) site east of Sedro Woolley, Wash. The Punkin warehouse provides space for a 2,600-sq-ft curing oven used for large projects. This facility… Read More

Janicki Industries Clean Room

Janicki Industries, located in Sedro-Woolley, Wash., designs and builds high-precision parts and tooling for aerospace, marine, energy, space, military, transportation and architecture customers specializing in composite materials and exotic metals. Chad Fisher Construction was selected by Janicki Industries to turn an existing space into a 9,600-sq-ft ISO Level 8 Clean Room with 16-foot ceilings. Our team was also tasked to provide structural support for the… Read More

Hexcel Phase 2 Expansion

After completing phase one in 2013, Chad Fisher Construction broke ground on phase two of an expansion for Hexel Corp.’s Burlington, Wash., location in August of 2014. The additional space includes an 81,000-sq-ft warehouse used to house a large autoclave, a 9,000-sq-ft ISO Level 8 Clean Room and a 2,200-sq-ft freezer for material storage. The facility also accommodates new offices, an employee break room and… Read More