Industrial - Addition - Pine Plains, Dutchess County, New York

Description

The Hudson Company, a reclaimed wood supplier, retained Greg Korn AIA Architects to design 10,000sf flanking additions and redesign the facade and 4,000sf two-level interior office and showroom for its existing 20,000sf facility. The Hudson Company's operations, which involves the sorting and milling of specimen reclaimed hardwood beams and planks, some of which are hundreds of years old and several yards long, required that the additions be designed with long transverse spans. After preliminary investigations with several steel truss designs as well as engineered wood frames, the Hudson Co chose a customized Manufactured Steel Building [MSB], built by Steelsmith Inc of Pittsburgh, PA. GKA led the project through Schematic Design, extensive Landlord and Local Planning Board Review, State Environmental Quality Approval [SEQR], Architectural and Structural Engineering Construction Documentation and Building Department Permitting, and Contractor Bidding with multiple MSB companies.

 Industrial Building Additions - Aerial View

Industrial Building Additions - Aerial View

Project Information

Client: The Hudson Company

Landlord: The Durst Organization

Location: 2290 Rt 199, Pine Plains, NY 12567

Building Permit Jurisdiction(s): Pine Plains, New York

Size: 10,000 sf

Cost: $150,000

Year Built: 2013

Consultants: B Cubed Engineering [Structural], The Chazen Companies[Civil]

Contractor: Steelsmith Inc

 View of Building from Route 199

View of Building from Route 199

 North Building Addition

North Building Addition

 South Building Addition

South Building Addition

 Industrial Building Addition Site Plan

Industrial Building Addition Site Plan

 Steel Building Addition Schematic Section

Steel Building Addition Schematic Section