Centurion was hired to provide Growmark with a Turnkey solution for a new 26,000 square foot warehousing facility. The overall project logistics were challenging due to restraints on building size, building height, flow of traffic, storage capacity, and the characteristics of the existing property. Partnering with Growmark, Centurion successfully passed through zoning and submitted special exceptions on Land Development, building design and permitting, and building demolition. We have now completed the warehousing needs for our client.
Centurion Construction completely renovated multiple interior areas at the FedEx Ground Lewisberry Site including the HUB Operations Office and Central Control Office Areas. Centurion also did a complete interior renovation of the South Bound Guard Shack during this time.
D&H Distributing hired Centurion to completely renovate and update multiple bathrooms in their Harrisburg facility. Also included in the project were aesthetic improvements to one of the break room/kitchen areas.
Jacobson Companies, a company working with trucking and distribution worldwide, approached Centurion with the challenge of relocating a mezzanine from New Jersey to Pennsylvania. Within two days, Centurion put a plan in place and a developed a reasonable budget to tear down a 20,000 square foot mezzanine in New Jersey, and transport it to Camp Hill, PA. Four weeks later the project was complete. Centurion assisted in overall layout, product flow, efficiency analysis, and most importantly de-commissioning, hauling and re-erection of the mezzanine.
Centurion is excited to get involved with renewable resources and have the opportunity to play a key role in the construction of a solar field. With energy costs on the rise today, owners are constantly exploring and entertaining alternative methods for power. Solar fields, if given the right piece of real estate, can be a beneficial source of electricity and cost savings. Centurion’s scope of work involved grading for a new parking lot, constructing a new retaining wall, construction of new solar carport foundations, 100 ground mounted solar panel foundations, electrical excavation, installation of inverter and transformer pads and overall project assistance and coordination. This system will produce approximately 1 million kilowatts annually.