Our team of architects, Korte Design, delivers the best-value warehouse design that saves owners time and money while making corporate visions possible. This is one of our most recognizable projects. It helped Anheuser-Busch streamline its distribution while maintaining strong brand equity throughout the facility.
The new facility combines three existing operations into one building. The total building has more than 146,000 square feet of space that includes offices, a meeting and training room, a 70,000-square-foot controlled environment warehouse, a drive-thru truck loading bay and other ancillary areas.
The site also has a freestanding truck wash facility, fueling facilities, parking for 92 cars and a 5-acre lake. We incorporated a range of sustainable design features throughout the building, which draws geothermal energy from the lake for heating and cooling. It will be the first Anheuser-Busch distribution center in the nation to use geothermal for the building cooling system. Through a tireless drive toward sustainability, our project team and Anheuser-Busch made this energy-efficient solution possible.
Other green building design features include low-energy lighting, low-volatile organic compounds paint, environmentally friendly carpeting and low-water-use fixtures. The exterior walls of the building are constructed of insulated, Tilt-Up concrete that we cast on site. In May 2010, we completed construction, and the facility opened its doors.
We’re proud to help Anheuser-Busch (now AB-Inbev) build its corporate vision and make distribution more efficient. We’re trained and knowledgeable in all facets of warehouse design, and we can do the same for you. Learn about warehouse design by The Korte Company.