Making More Space for One of the Oldest Names in the NHL
Client: St. Louis Blues, Enterprise Center
Founded in 1967, the St. Louis Blues Hockey Club is one of the most well-known and well established names in the NHL. Named for the W.C. Handy Song “Saint Louis Blues,” the team has called the Enterprise Center “home” since 1994, after several moves and getting close to relocating completely!
The Enterprise Center, located in the heart of Downtown St. Louis, is a 12 story glass and concrete building that houses not only the St. Louis Blues, but also provides a full range of programs including ice shows, sporting events and concerts.
Mobile Storage & Seamless Shelving for 102 Years’ Worth of Engineering History
Client: Walter E. Deuchler Associates
Completion: May 2018
Walter E. Deuchler Associates, located in Aurora, Il., offers a full of spectrum of services across civil, structural, electrical and environmental engineering. As a full service engineering partner, Deuchler provides the team you need with the experience, knowledge and solutions to help plan and execute your project.
With integrity and excellence in mind, Deuchler knows that greatness starts with treating people well and creating the kind of solutions that make a real difference – this goes for their employees too.
We covered all the bases, using storage solutions ranging from employee and evidence lockers to mobile record shelving and armory storage.
Client: O’Fallon, Missouri PD
Market: Public Safety
Completion: December 2017
When the O’Fallon, Missouri Police Department began planning for a new Justice Center, one which would house and facilitate all police and court functions, they knew they had a many space and storage considerations at hand. Their city had experienced fast growth, and they wanted a facility that could keep pace for decades to come.
They had worked with Spacesaver before, who involved our team at the onset of the planning phase. This relationship allowed us to optimize space with the right mix of storage solutions and keep costs low.
Utilizing High-Density Mobile Pallet Rack, Pedigree Ovens expands into a new 220,000-square-foot facility
Client: Petdine, Pedigree Ovens
Market: Warehouse storage, manufacturing
Completion: January 2018
PetDine is a full-service private label co-packer solely focused on the pet industry. PetDine offers a wide range of product types and ingredients to manufacture private label pet foods. They produce powders, pastes, soft chew treats and cooked treats in any shape.
Millikin University Library Upgrades to Spacesaver High-density Shelving
Client: Millikin University
Departments: Library Main Stacks
Millikin University was building a new library as a part of their University Commons facility, opening for the 2017 fall semester. They wanted to update their collection using powered high-density storage to allow for more shelf space in less square footage.
Growing Merchandise Storage Needs
Since it’s opening in 1994, the United Center has hosted over forty million guests. The United Center has hosted not only Bulls and Blackhawks home games, but concerts and events including musicians like The Rolling Stones, The Who and Paul McCartney. The venue thought it was time to upgrade capacity for it’s growing merchandise needs.
Increasing Capacity for Their Growing Collection
Client: Indiana State Museum
Departments: Biology, Anthropology, Archeology, Skeleton, Reference
Timeline: 5/28/2017 – 8/29/2017
Located in Barrington, Illinois, Advocate Good Shepherd Hospital is one of the 450 sites of care that make up the Advocate Network. As the largest health system in Illinois as well as the largest emergency and Level 1 Trauma network in the state, Advocate hospitals need efficient and effective workspaces and environments in order to meet the demanding needs of healthcare.
Modular Casework, Versatile & Adaptable
For over 140 years, Follett has provided products and services that help make schools more efficient, giving teachers the tools to facilitate teaching their students. With the expansion of technology and its growing importance in education, Follett decided it was time to pursue new ways of working. In planning the new corporate headquarters, Follett found the need to create flexible work spaces that would adapt to the rapidly changing needs of their team.