After purchasing a facility originally built in the late 1980s, Max Aerostructures brought in Hutton to make it like new. Using the design build method, Hutton reimagined and rebuilt the space. “This 30-year-old building really went through a transformation and came to life in a way that exceeded our expectations.” said Sean Purcell, Executive Vice President & General Manager of Max Aerostructures.
OUT WITH THE OLD
The project involved a remodel to the front office, quality control lab, building exterior, HVAC replacement and full re-roofing — all while manufacturing continued inside. "Hutton rose to the challenge and delivered on their commitments, which made the result unlike many you see in our industry," said Purcell.
Purcell said the construction project was collaborative and the company always felt it had a place at the table. "The amount of thought, effort and care the Hutton team brought to this project really made the difference,” he said. "They considered all our ideas and saw the vision we had for this building."