Aluminum Trailer Company (ATC) and Architect/General Contractor Ancon Construction are excited to announce a massive building project on Tomahawk Trail in Nappanee.  The project consists of a 107,500 sqft new building on a new developed site.  The building will feature a 15,000 sqft office with the remaining space dedicated to the assembly lines of “World Class, Precision Built” trailer fabrication and assembly.

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Project Manager Doug VonGunten and Field Superintendent Lloyd Yoder will oversee the project which is estimated to be complete in July 2017. Ancon representative Matthew VanSoest described the building’s architecture as “modern industrial” with an abundance of natural daylight and vistas looking over the natural landscape to the east.  The interior design will feature burnished concrete floors, ceiling clouds, exposed structures, and the use of reclaimed wood pallets.  The exterior will features a rhythm of sleek galvalume and darker grey metal panels with accents of wood and split face block.

ATC owner Steve Brenneman comments: “We are trying to do something unique with this new facility. We are thinking thru material flow and people flow first. We have spent quite a bit of time thinking thru not only how our systems will function within this facility today but also how they will function in the future as we continue to learn.  With the help of the Ancon folks we will be able to create a flexible learning space that our employees will love.”

ATC’s products include custom trailers, utility, mobile command, cargo, mobile marketing/office, vending/concession, and other trailer lines.  For more information on the ATC Difference and company information – visit www.aluminumtrailer.com