Form and function.
Expansive facilities are built with attention to detail. Our large portfolio of projects includes an intensive understanding of each industry’s unique needs and requirements. From manufacturing to warehouses to parking to underground storage, DeWitt & Associates is proud to help the region’s largest commercial industries work better, smarter, and safer.
Springfield Underground: Warehouse 19 – Springfield, Missouri
205,705 square feet dry warehouse featuring automated lighting system and state-of-the-art fire protection. DeWitt self-performed the shotcrete walls, isolations and loading dock pit walls.
Springfield Underground: Warehouse 9 – Springfield, Missouri
Warehouse featuring dry storage with 3 loading bays, offices and break area with exposed rock.
Springfield Underground: Warehouses No. 8, 10, 12, 15, 16, 25 – Springfield, Missouri
2008 Developer of the Year
Springfield Underground is one of the largest underground manufacturing, distribution and storage complexes in the world, with more than 2.2 million square feet of space…and growing. At approximately 100 feet underground, businesses are safe from natural and many man-made disasters and are virtually maintenance-free.
DeWitt has built a majority of the warehouse/storage spaces within Springfield Underground, including Kraft’s warehouse and City Utilities SPRINGNET’S warehouse – one of the most notable because of its data storage capability.
3M Plant Addition – Springfield, Missouri
DeWitt & Associates has partnered with 3M for over a decade. Projects have included: installation of production equipment, repairs to the existing plant facilities and additions for office, kitchen, dining areas and operations space including a large freezer building.
These projects are all performed in production areas with limited work area and vehicle traffic. Due to confidentiality, photos may not be taken in 3M facilities.
Kraft SCoF Addition & Renovations Phase 1 & Phase 2 – Springfield, Missouri
Supply Chain of the Future (SCoF): Conversion of existing warehouse space to a cheese slice production area with a new mechanical/electrical penthouse. Construction took place while facility was completely operational.
The project consisted of tearing out 60,000 SF of concrete slab and installing new underslab plumbing, floor drains, a new concrete slab, insulated metal wall panels & ceilings, stainless steel doors, a new fire protection system, and brick tile. The ground floor renovations made room for consolidating Kraft’s nationwide cheese slice operation. Drilled piers, structural steel columns and concrete floor deck were installed for the new penthouse superstructure, housing the mechanical and electrical equipment to support the new cheese slice operation in the areas below.