Procter & Gamble
Procter & Gamble
Multinational manufacturer Procter & Gamble (P&G) meets increasing product demands and brand expansions by maintaining current warehouses and building new ones. This renowned manufacturer of family, personal, and household care products has partnered with ISG for projects across the U.S. due to ISG’s specialized expertise and creative innovation.
Tissue Paper Manufacturing Plant
In order to maximize production efficiency, ISG engineered plans for the addition of a new tissue paper machine plant in Green Bay, Wisconsin. This $222 million Engineer, Procure, and Construct (EPC) contract developed plans to accommodate the new machine, as well as a hot air mat, stock prep and storage, and roll storage. ISG was responsible for the design of the paper machine’s new track, as well as all additional buildings and site development. From start to finish, the entire process took two years.
Paper Machine Facility
Construction on the P&G Box Elder County facility in Utah involved the paper machine building and track, hot air mat, administration building, and warehouse additions for a total of 762,000 square feet. Master planning separated construction into two phases and included LEED certification coordination. Both phases addressed the paper machine building and track, converting, and hot air mat. The first phase focused on the administration building and the second included additions to the warehouse.
P&G Control Center
Within the paper-making and converting plant of the Box Elder County location is an 8,000 square-foot Control Center. The facility features state-of-the-art technicians, operators, and support staff in an optimum location to facilitate communication between employees. This project showcases a unique usage of glass, which was incorporated into designs. The designs are both energy efficient by allowing natural light to shine into the center of operations, and also provide an open layout to allow constant visual contact between all major components of the facility.
Designed and engineered by ISG, an adjacent, two-story Resource Center was added to the Utah location. The building provided a centralized location and entrance to the other facilities and a place to support employees on a personal level. The Center is open 24 hours a day and contains a health and fitness center, a cafetorium with 36 foot high windows, and a reception/security station. The added emphasis on energy efficiency achieved the building LEED 2009 Silver Certification.
By modifying existing amenities and designing entirely new locations, ISG has helped Procter & Gamble expand their success and bring their products into the lives of people around the world.