These examples articulate a growing understanding of offsite construction’s benefits, and not just in one particular market or geography and/or complementary to specific building codes. The international adoption of offsite construction will not only continue to gain momentum, but also is already starting to be standard consideration for worldwide design and construction projects.
Published in Energy & Mining International Magazine
Written by Janice Hoppe
Roeslein & Associates recently completed a $4 million expansion to its fabrication facility that will aid in its plans to continue growing and staying diversified after 25 years of providing engineering, fabrication and construction management services. “The 25th anniversary is an important milestone to all of us here at Roeslein because our very first customer is still a customer of ours today,” says John DeMoulin, director of business development and marketing. “We have never lost a customer over a 25-year period and that is something we should all be proud of.”
Roeslein & Associates, Inc. is set to complete its largest project to date for its Process & Energy group. The refinery project is part of a larger plant modification and a modular construction approach allowing the plant to function normally as the modules are fabricated in Roeslein’s 375,000 square foot fabrication facility in Red Bud, Ill.