Procter and Gamble

Mehoopany, PA

Procter & Gamble is a multinational corporation founded in 1837, manufacturing a wide range of personal health/consumer health and hygiene products.

MHA provided architectural design services for a 1.7 million square foot consumer products distribution facility built on 280 acres atop an existing mountaintop, fifty miles northwest of Wilkes-Barre in close proximity to P&G’s largest US manufacturing plant in Mehoopany, PA.  The distribution facility is a primary distribution site for Bounty and Charmin Paper products, Pampers/Luvs disposable diapers and other products.

The unique topography of the project site required the blasting and removal of 3 million cubic yards of rock to create the building pad.

Structural and MEP engineering by Thornton Tomasetti.

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