CCL Design Strongsville

CCL Design Strongsville

CCL Design – Strongsville, OH

The Solution

Wesex provided Design-Build services for an additional 44,000 square feet of production and warehouse space, as well as new loading docks for CCL Design’s Strongsville location, formerly Avery Dennison. In addition to the new space for warehousing and manufacturing, the Design-Build team relocated 1,500 square feet of existing laboratory and plate making space to another location to make way for additional production space.

CCL Design is among the leading international companies in the development and manufacturing of design products and innovative labeling solutions for the automotive and non-automotive industries.

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Wendell August Forge

Wendell August Forge

Wendell August Forge

The Challenge

Wendell August is America’s oldest and largest forge, producing hand-crafted ornamental metalware and giftware in aluminum and other metals since 1923. In March 2010, fresh from acquiring its largest order in history, the company experienced tragedy: its Grove City flagship location, which included manufacturing, corporate offices and retail was completely destroyed by fire.

Over the following year Wendell August operated in temporary space and interviewed and received proposals from Architects, General Contractors and Developers. In December 2011, the Wendell August team focus was quickly directed from operations to the construction of a new facility.

The Solution

Wanting to rise from the ashes as quickly as possible, Wendell August engaged Wesex as the Design-Build Developer in May 2012 to construct a facility that employees, the community and visitors alike would once again embrace as a destination.

Wesex utilized an entirely integrated approach for this project, challenging traditional delivery methods by accepting responsibility for every facet of the project, thereby ensuring its success. The scope of work consisted of the design and construction of a 60,000 square foot manufacturing and warehouse facility, flagship retail store, and corporate office space located on a 12-acre parcel of land in Springfield Township, PA.

Early in the process, as the Design-Build Team considered the concept for the project with the Owner and his employees, the request was made to re-create the charm and character that made the original location so unique and attracted thousands each year. The desire was to preserve the company’s vintage look with a ‘Rural-Americana’ flair that included attractive woodwork and natural, rustic materials throughout the new space.

The retail area introduces thin-brick and rough cut lumber along the walls, exposed duct work and features that remind the visitor of a rustic barn. The office space reflects a more modern atmosphere with floor stained concrete, exposed spiral duct work, and large breakout areas for teamwork – all fostering a creative and collaborative environment.

Wesex provided: financing assistance, grant procurement and administration, pre-construction, land acquisition and development, design-build and self-performed general construction for the project.

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Unique Re-Creation

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Sharon Fence

Sharon Fence

Sharon Fence

The Solution

Sharon Fence Company is a 47-year-old family-owned business that provides a wide range of fence and railing product to professional fence installers and do-it-yourself homeowners. Wesex served as the design-builder and developer for their new 50,000 square foot corporate headquarters, warehouse, and manufacturing facility. 

Sharon Fence is the first occupant of the new Renaissance Commerce Park, a 12-acre brownfield site that recently underwent infrastructure improvements in order to create a productive industrial property in Sharon, PA.

In addition to providing design-build and development services for the project, Wesex was also responsible for obtaining a $708,000 State grant as part of the Industrial Development Program. The IDP is a Commonwealth grant program administered by the Department of Community and Economic Development (DECD) for the acquisition and construction of industrial parks.

Year Completed

Square Feet

Months to Complete

Productive New Facility

BIM Highlights

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No Drawings Used in the Field

Our field team managed the entire project through a Data Vault on the site allowing for real time updates in the cloud.

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Zero Clashes in the Field

All coordination was done in Revit to eliminate untimely coordination between trades.

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