A full service company specializing in Libraries. Meehan Architects specializes in library planning and design. We have worked on all aspects of library projects, from feasibility studies to interior remodeling, additions, historic renovations, and new buildings. Our library projects range in size from 3000 SF to over 100,000 SF. Meehan Architects is recognized for excellence in library design and has had projects published in Library Journal.
OE Kitchen & Bath Design Center is a General Contractor w/ a 15,000 sf facility and showroom. We provide retail sales of all wood cabinetry available in many colors and styles, granite, corian, marble and quartz. We do all of our own fabricating, cutting and polishing on site in our shop and are capable of taking on any size construction or remodeling project, regardless of scope or size.
Products and tools for designing 20,000 to 80,000 SF non-residential buildings using integrated design methodologies to produce high-performance buildings.Using whole building patterns, design process tools, and educational resources, it provides designers with the resources to incorporate integrated design strategies on their next project to reduce energy usage and improve indoor environmental quality.
Over one million square feet of showroom space in two buildings. Provided are admission requirements, exhibitors, tennant information and contacts. San Francisco Mart, Northern California's original wholesale design center. The SF Mart is a historic art-deco building in the heart of San Francisco’s Civic Center area. Built in 1937 as the home of the Western Merchandise Exchange, it now serves as a home furnishings and home accents center that is open to the trade only.
SMI Systems has been serving the glazing industry since 1998. SMI initially started out as a manufacturer of laminated glass in a 4,500 square foot facility in Kendall, Florida. Since 2002, the company has begun building a complete storefront and entrance system product line. Starting with a fixed storefront system, the company has been adding new variations to its door line each year. Door products range from standard entrance doors to oversize showroom doors (8’0” x 10’0”). Each product is designed to withstand maximum wind-load pressures and all carry a Dade County product approval. In addition, SMI also has developed a complete line of non-impact storefront and entrance products for applications not requiring hurricane resistance. As we grew, we added warehouse bays. In 2005, SMI Systems was operating out of 4 separate warehouse bays and one 10,000 sf remote warehouse over a mile away. Today, SMI Systems occupies over 63,000 square feet of manufacturing space featuring state of the art aluminum fabrication and glass lamination equipment. SMI Systems employs over 50 plant personnel as well as a highly experienced management team. We proudly serve over 200 customers throughout Florida and the Caribbean.
Concrete Technology Corporation pioneered the development of the prestressed concrete industry in the United States. When Thomas and Arthur Anderson built the initial production facility in 1951, it was the first prestressing factory building in this country. The modest 4-employee company was the culmination of a year-long investigation by the Andersons throughout Europe to see the few prestressed concrete structures in existence at that time. Through considerable effort in developing and promoting the technology of prestressed elements for construction, Concrete Tech was able to win acceptance of its structural concepts. Acceptance led to growth in sales and demand, and the resulting expansion led to the building of the main Structural Plant in 1960. A second major production building was added in 1967 to accommodate the rising demand for precast building elements. Production expansion in the 1970's included facilities for semi-automated casting of hollow-core slabs and a 150 ft x 500 ft. graving dock for construction of floating concrete structures. Continuous upgrading since that time of stressing beds, handling equipment, batching facilities, forms, and other tooling have continued to keep Concrete Tech at the forefront of prestressed concrete manufacturing. Today the 30-acre plant includes over 120,000 sf of enclosed production facilities; a state-of-the-art batch plant; welding, rebar, and carpentry fabrication shops; bridge, gantry, and mobile cranes; and shipping by truck, rail, and barge. The result of this is that literally thousands of bridges, buildings, piers, tanks, floats and other structures throughout the Pacific Northwest and Alaska have been built with Concrete Tech products.