Capital Logistics Center

Middletown, PA

Capital Logistics Center involved the complete demolition of two obsolete former U.S. Air Force structures and construction of two new commercial/manufacturing facilities while retaining the existing foundations and slab on grade as a base support for the new structures.

Building 200: a new building consisting of an existing 985,000 square foot facility with a partial mezzanine.  It is a LEED Silver Certified project.

Building 300:  consisted of an existing 400,000 square foot facility built as two separate sections with an existing pre-engineered section that was retained and incorporated with a new 130,000 square foot building.

MHA developed an innovative sustainable solution to re-use debris from the demolition of the existing concrete barrel vault structures.  MHA retained the existing concrete slab on grade.  The concrete debris from the demolition of the super-structure was crushed on site and deposited on top of the existing concrete slab as a sub base on which the new buildings were erected.

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