Arm and Hammer

York, PA

Church & Dwight Company is an American manufacturer of household products, best known for their environmentally responsible Arm & Hammer line of products.  In fact, in 1970, Arm & Hammer was honored to be the sole corporate sponsor of the first annual Earth Day.

MHA planned and designed the 1.3 million square foot, LEED-certified, manufacturing and logistics facility for Arm & Hammer’s line of phosphate-free laundry detergent products.  Component materials are delivered to bulk storage silos via rail and distributed throughout the facility using a closed loop system.  The building was designed and coordinated to work with an extensive conveyor system that moves product from manufacturing to distribution.  The project included 25,000 square feet of administrative offices, R&D and quality control labs.

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