Fort Wayne, IN
Shambaugh’s electrical and mechanical divisions provided a significant amount of value-engineering solutions on this assembly plant project, using methane gas to generate electricity which allowed 28 percent of the plant’s energy to be alternatively powered.
Shambaugh provided mechanical process, utility, and fire protection services on a design-build basis for Amfine’s first industrial chemical processing facility in the United States—and completed work rapidly enough for startup to occur eight months early.
For this new Truck and Bus Assembly plant, Shambaugh provided superior planning, coordination, and mechanical services to complete the project 30 days ahead of schedule.
For this Truck and Bus Assembly Plant expansion, Shambaugh provided lead contracting services for multiple divisions, installed electrical systems, and completed projects on-time and within budget.
Shambaugh’s Design-Build team offered single-source solutions including engineering and design on this large conversion project— directly controlling, managing, and performing all aspects of the project while adhering to a guarantee of no cost overruns.
Shambaugh provided mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and design-build services for a new 285,000-square-foot manufacturing facility, helping the client achieve considerable cost savings by utilizing mechanical HVAC air rotation heating units and a new AC system.
Shambaugh’s in-house prefabrication facility was tapped to fabricate over 30,000 feet of pipe on this project to add additional steel mill production capacity, taking significant time out of the project timeline as well as improving quality control and lowering costs.
Shambaugh assisted with a production capacity expansion for the client, handling the plant layout of the facility process and utility systems, leveraging 3-D computer modeling to maximize prefabrication opportunities and incorporate value engineering.