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Design-Build Cuts Costs for Government Agency

Posted on Tuesday, October 2, 2018 in eNewsletters.
BUILDING AND LOCATION DETAILS 4-acre site 8001 Veterans Memorial Drive Florence Government Center Campus 40,000 square-foot building Accommodating 95 employees with room for growth BUILDING COSTS   The Northern Kentucky Health Department provides high quality public health services to more than 400,000 reside...

What Makes for a Great Owner/Contractor Relationship?

Posted on Friday, August 3, 2018 in eNewsletters.
A good relationship between an owner and contractor is vital to the success of any project.  So what are the attributes of a great owner/contractor relationship?  We have listed a few for your consideration:  1. My contractor understands my vision and goals and proactively makes sugg...

Why Fast Track?

Posted on Monday, July 23, 2018 in eNewsletters.
Fast Track construction is a process where construction begins before design is complete.  Naturally, this requires a close working relationship between the owner and the construction manager, but the benefits of early occupancy can be substantial. Advantages As the name implies, the fast track process produces earlier occupancy than the tra...

Make Hay While the Sun Shines

Posted on Monday, June 18, 2018 in eNewsletters.
It is difficult to think about winter when the temperature is approaching 90°, but summer is the time to plan for what will be a fast-approaching winter.  One saved day now has the potential to save multiple days, as well as money, when fall turns to winter.  What are Winter Costs? Winter costs are primarily incurred because of...

What is Design-Build Construction?

Posted on Wednesday, May 9, 2018 in eNewsletters.
What is Design-Build Construction? In its simplest form, design-build construction means that the design professionals are contracted directly by the construction manager as opposed to the owner.  This varies from the traditional method (design-bid-build) where owners hires an architectural firm to oversee the design and then contracts separa...

Building value for the future

Posted on Thursday, January 18, 2018 in eNewsletters.
Things change. Businesses grow. Building codes evolve. The economy sprouts new sectors. Technology alters business and systems. Workforce expectations change and buildings must change to reflect new demands.  This is why Paul Hemmer Company is often asked to help its clients modernize spaces to make them more functional through redesign, repur...

Building value for a lifetime

Posted on Tuesday, November 14, 2017 in eNewsletters.
Paul Hemmer Company builds buildings for life. We understand that construction projects are a major investment, and that each project needs to be sustainable to produce long-term value. So, Hemmer considers the continuing operation and maintenance of each facility from the get-go, and Hemmer offers a complimentary an array of services to manag...

Obara calls on Hemmer for expansion needs

Posted on Thursday, September 21, 2017 in eNewsletters.
Hemmer has broken ground once again for Obara Corp. USA. Hemmer is hard at work on a 10,000 square foot addition to its Boone County facility. This is Hemmer’s fourth project for Obara, a global leader in resistance welding systems used in the automotive industry.

Hemmer begins construction for auto parts manufacturer in Indiana

Posted on Thursday, September 21, 2017 in eNewsletters.
Paul Hemmer Company has recently broken ground on a new $80 million manufacturing facility for Pure Development, an Indianapolis-based commercial real estate developer. The 276,000-square-foot facility in Greenfield, Ind., will be the first U.S. production facility for BeijingWest Industries, Co. Ltd. (BWI), a premier chassis supplier that designs ...
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