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Globe Targeting February '17 Go-Live in Taunton

Globe targeting February '17 go-live in Taunton, an article in News & Tech's January/February 2016 issue, features The Boston Globe's new 328,000 square foot production facility, for which The Austin Company provided architectural design and engineering services. In the article, Mike Pusich, Manager of Facilities Development for Austin, described the unique design requirements involved in converting the existing warehouse facility into a state-of-the-art newspaper production facility.

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Setting Your Sites on Solid Ground

Setting your sites on solid ground, an article in Food Engineering's December 2015 issue, features Frank Spano, Managing Director of Austin Consulting, and discusses some of the considerations a company must evaluate when selecting a new location for a plant, including utilities and water costs, access to transportation, labor availability, incentives and sustainability issues.

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Happy Holidays from The Austin Company

As the holiday season is upon us, we find ourselves reflecting on the past year and those who have helped to shape our business. 

Thank you for a great year!

We hope your holidays are filled with peace and joy. We wish you and yours a happy and prosperous New Year.  

Happy Holidays from everyone at The Austin Company!

 

 

Holiday messages from the Austin Blog archive:

The Annual Marathon That We Run

Balancing New Year's Resolutions with Continuous Improvement

Some Thoughts on Thankfulness

Making the Most of Your Year-End Activities

Thanksgiving ... Giving Light and Hope to Others

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Steel Supports Aviation Manufacturing Facility

The December 2015 issue of Metal Architecture magazine included a project feature on Northrop Grumman Aerospace Systems' Aircraft Integration Center of Excellence, Building 100. The Austin Company designed and built the new facility located in St. Augustine, Florida.

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Evaluating Facilities: Is an Existing Building Compatible for a Food Processing Operation?

The November/December 2015 issue of Expansion Solutions magazine included a feature article written by Frank Spano and Susan Riffle, on "Determining if an Existing Building is Compatible for a Food Processing Operation".

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Three Key Supply Chain Trends for Manufacturers

The November/December 2015 issue of Trade & Industry Development magazine included a feature article written by Frank Spano, Pete Waldinger and Susan Riffle, on the “Three Key Supply Chain Trends for Manufacturers”.

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The Austin Company, Kiewit Join Forces for Tennessee Valley Authority Design-Build Project

Atlanta, GA – November 10, 2015 — In a joint venture agreement, The Austin Company (www.theaustin.com/nuclear) and Kiewit Power Nuclear (www.kiewit.com/markets/power/nuclear) have partnered to design and build a new Maintenance Facility at Tennessee Valley Authority’s Browns Ferry Nuclear Plant in Athens, Alabama.
 
The existing wood structure that housed the various departments has outlived its life expectancy and needs replaced. Portions of the existing building have become unusable, requiring the development of a new facility.
 
The project is underway, with Austin performing the Engineering Services required and Kiewit leading the Construction Management services.
 
The new 87,000 SF Maintenance Facility will replace the existing Maintenance Facility at Browns Ferry, and will house the Electrical Maintenance, Instruments and Controls, Mechanical Maintenance, FIN, Work Control departments and Components Engineering.
 
The new facility will provide TVA with adequate workspace for the maintenance departments and work control, with an on-site, full-service cafeteria for all site workers. The cafeteria will also serve as an All-Hands meeting space during re-fueling outages and for other site meetings.
 
Construction of the new facility is scheduled for completion in the spring of 2017.
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The Austin Company Announces New Hires and Promotion Across U.S. Offices

The Austin Company continues its growth in 2015, announcing the addition of multiple associates located in Ohio, Georgia, California and Missouri. The Austin Company welcomed the following associates as of September 30, 2015:
 
In Cleveland, Ohio …
  • Michael Pusich, Manager of Facilities Development
  • Christopher Jackson, Estimating Manager
  • Brian Zuzik, BIM Coordinator
  • Dan Joyce, Design Specialist
In Atlanta, Georgia …
  • James Ashworth, Senior Project Manager
In Irvine, California …
  • Jack Niendorf, Project Superintendent
  • Kevin Raffiani, Project Superintendent
  • Rick Wernli, Project Superintendent
  • Timothy Yots, Project Superintendent
  • Hugo Serrano, Construction Superintendent
  • Christopher Holley, MEP Project Superintendent
  • Andrew Caulk, Area Superintendent
  • Alexander Strohm, Field Engineer
  • Michael Elmassian, Field Engineer
  • Rebecca Trow, Field Engineer
  • Robert Demmond, Project Coordinator
  • Darren Gilliland, Architectural Designer
  • Abraham Borg, Mechanical Designer
In St. Louis, Missouri …
  • Brad Gordon, Engineering Manager
  • Donald Pickens, Senior Purchasing Agent
  • John Coughlin, Superintendent
In addition, Patricia McCann (Cleveland) was promoted to Engineering Document Control Specialist.
 
For information on current career opportunities with The Austin Company, visit: www.theaustin.com/careers

 

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Making Money Talk

Making Money Talk, an article in Baking & Snack Magazine’s October 2015 issue, features Frank Spano, Managing Director of Austin Consulting, and examines financial incentives for bakers to consider when expanding or building a new facility.

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Designing for Adaptability

This article, written by Mike Pierce, President of The Austin Company, and published in the September 2015 issue of Baking & Snack Magazine, takes a look at current trends impacting the baking and snack industry. When embarking on a new facility project, bakers must understand and address changes impacting facility planning and design, such as logistics, automation and sustainability, to compete and survive in the industry.

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Learn more about The Austin Company's Baking & Snack Industry Experience

 

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