McMahon is excited to announce its role in the design of the new Little Chute, Wisconsin Excellerate building. McMahon provided the architectural, structural and civil/site design for the 385,000-square-foot sustainable, smart manufacturing facility.
Excellerate, a division of Faith Technologies Incorporated (FTI), is an industry-leading innovator of manufactured electrical components and assemblies. With a commitment to sustainable and clean energy solutions, this new facility will allow Excellerate to expand its production of microgrids, modular builds, e-houses and specialty engineering.
Equipped to achieve net-zero operations in the future, the Excellerate facility will utilize clean energy technology throughout.
“The facility, when complete, will be a great example of how a business can make a positive impact on the environment while also driving innovation and economic growth,” said McMahon president Paul Benedict.
The clean future of this facility aligns closely with McMahon’s long-standing practice of sustainable design.
“When we begin our site and building designs, we always consider how sustainable design can help make each project a great place to work and a great part of the community. We value the way sustainable designs can lessen the negative environmental impact of a building while also ensuring its future through increased performance and longevity,” said Mike McMahon, executive vice present of McMahon.
A ceremonial groundbreaking event was held in early November 2022 commencing construction on the new Excellerate building. Representatives from McMahon, including president Paul Benedict, executive vice president Mike McMahon and architectural designer Christina Mollett were in attendance. The facility is expected to be complete in fall 2023.
Pictured far right: Mike McMahon, executive vice president of McMahon; Pictured second from right: Christina Mollett, McMahon architect; Pictured second from left: Paul Benedict, president of McMahon
Construction is underway for the new Excellerate building in Little Chute, Wisconsin
McMahon is listed a key partner at the new Excellerate building groundbreaking ceremony