An industrial tank and equipment manufacturing company doubles it’s manufacturing capabilities.
Anco-Eaglin, Inc. is a manufacturer of industrial-sized tanks, cylinders, and associated equipment used in the food processing industry. To accommodate large scale equipment of this kind, SCOPE designed a 55,000 SF manufacturing building that houses two bridge cranes and a rail car that passes through interior spaces and exterior walls. A new additional 12,000 SF multi-level office area incorporates a variety of design features that draw natural light into the interior space and provide easy access to the manufacturing area. It includes designated spaces for departmental offices, executive offices, a break room, conference room, locker rooms and a library.
Though the owner wanted to save time and money, he did not want to forfeit a customized look for his new facility. To secure both, a pre-engineered building was combined with customized exterior metal panels providing the design flexibility the owner was seeking. With this, glass wall panels were installed in the manufacturing area and at the main entrance in the form of a two-story, glass curtain wall.
While speaking to Rick Eaglin, President and CEO of ANCO-EAGLIN, he remarked that, “the new building reflects ANCO’s belief in expanding our capabilities, locally and globally, by meeting the needs and demands of our customers now and in the future.”
“SCOPE provided innovative design, a keen focus on details and alternative sourcing to maintain a challenging budget.”
— Rick Eaglin, Former CEO Anco-Eaglin
High Point, North Carolina
Architectural Design, Engineering Coordination, Bidding, Permitting, Construction Admin.
Ritchie Engineering (Structural)