Phillips–Medisize, a Molex Company, built a new 230,000 square foot manufacturing facility on the St. Croix Meadows site in Hudson, WI.  This site was previously the home to the St. Croix Meadows Greyhound Racing Park, before sitting idle for 17 years prior to the redevelopment. 

Molin Concrete Products worked with Market & Johnson, River Valley Architects, and Ericksen Roed & Associates to provide the architectural precast insulated wall panels for the new facility.  During the design development of this project, Molin provided the project team with tours of completed projects, and Molin’s production facilities as well as providing budgetary assistance and samples to assist the owner and design team in selecting the final building aesthetics.  Architectural precast concrete mix colors, textures and additional features were proposed to help achieve the vision of the owner and architect.  Molin designed, produced and installed approximately 60,000 square feet of architectural insulated precast and solid precast wall panels incorporating a light color mix with an etched finish, recessed abrasive blast and form liner bands to provide the visual effects desired by the owner.  Molin began shop drawings and engineering services while working with the design team to finalize the construction drawings to meet the projects required construction schedule.  During the pre-installation process, Molin’s project manager and field superintendent coordinated site access, crane and trucking logistics, safety and installation plans with Market & Johnson’s project managers and job superintendents all throughout a record breaking harsh winter.

Phillips-Medisize, A Molex Company

Molin produces and installs architectural insulated precast wall panels for Phillips-Medisize projects on the St. Croix Meadows site in Hudson, WI.

Phillips–Medisize, a Molex Company, built a new 230,000 square foot manufacturing facility on the St. Croix Meadows site in Hudson, WI.  This site was previously the home to the St. Croix Meadows Greyhound Racing Park, before sitting idle for 17 years prior to the redevelopment. 

Molin Concrete Products worked with Market & Johnson, River Valley Architects, and Ericksen Roed & Associates to provide the architectural precast insulated wall panels for the new facility.  During the design development of this project, Molin provided the project team with tours of completed projects, and Molin’s production facilities as well as providing budgetary assistance and samples to assist the owner and design team in selecting the final building aesthetics.  Architectural precast concrete mix colors, textures and additional features were proposed to help achieve the vision of the owner and architect.  Molin designed, produced and installed approximately 60,000 square feet of architectural insulated precast and solid precast wall panels incorporating a light color mix with an etched finish, recessed abrasive blast and form liner bands to provide the visual effects desired by the owner.  Molin began shop drawings and engineering services while working with the design team to finalize the construction drawings to meet the projects required construction schedule.  During the pre-installation process, Molin’s project manager and field superintendent coordinated site access, crane and trucking logistics, safety and installation plans with Market & Johnson’s project managers and job superintendents all throughout a record breaking harsh winter.

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