Just a few months away from delivery, the CaptiveAire project in St. George, UT, has undergone some major changes from its former state, having been originally built many decades ago. The Zwick Construction project team working on the remodel plans to turn over the project in the coming months.
CaptiveAire Engineering is a commercial kitchen ventilation company that is headquartered in North Carolina. This nearly-completed space will feature a large manufacturing floor, over twenty offices, a conference room, lounge, lobby with a storefront, and showroom for customers. The single-story office space is just over 10,000 SF.
In reflection of CaptiveAire’s products, the design of the office focuses on the duct work by using high-quality, stainless steel features. The interior will also allude to the brand through the polished concrete floors, bright colors, and stainless steel appliances. The offices will have floor-to-ceiling glass walls to encourage transparency and collaboration.
Currently, the subcontractors on the project are finishing drywall, installing the load dock roll-up door, taping, painting, and beginning electrical work.
"We have a great team down here. Our subcontractors have been able to continuously work throughout the project, thanks to efficient scheduling and phasing. It's been like clockwork getting everything finished so far." (Project Manager)
This office and warehouse space not only represents a great opportunity for Zwick’s St. George office, but also a major milestone for the city of St. George—CaptiveAire Engineering is one of the first manufacturing companies to move into the area. This specific location will provide around 50 jobs to the locale.
Thanks to the project team for their hard work on this exciting project.