Fair State Brewing Cooperative

Overall Project Size: 
32,438 Square Feet Production, 3,506 Square Feet Office Space

Client: 
Fair State Brewing Cooperative

Architect: 
Nelson

Loeffler Role: 
Preconstruction, General Contractor

 

Project Spec Sheet: 

Fair State Brewing Cooperative (1,779 KB)

Fair State Brewing Cooperative wanted to expand their footprint and distribution throughout the state and region. In order to achieve this goal they were in need of a new production facility and distribution warehouse. Extensive preconstruction was also completed to map out and develop final construction plans in order to work through existing building challenges such as navigating new floor trench drains and plumbing around existing building pile caps all while not ruining the integrity of the structural slab to support the new brew house equipment and fermentation tanks.

Included in the new production area is a new 71,000 CF Barrel Storage Room, 26,000 CF drive-in cooler, A New Canning Line, New 30 BBL Brewhouse, and a significant amount of space for additional fermentation capacity.

To keep up with the growing business, a new office was also created to house employees in the corner of the space. Within this space, there are flexible work environments, traditional offices, conference room, a laboratory, a kitchenette, new bathrooms complete with employee showers, and a break area fit to host small events.