Anderson Packaging in Rockford, IL. Packaging Plant addition

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Cord was selected as construction manager for Anderson Packaging’s 260,000 square-foot pharmaceutical packaging plant addition.  This project included a 206-foot pedestrian bridge connecting two facilities, along with 170,000 square-foot assembly, warehouse and distribution facility including six pharmaceutical packing rooms and a 90,000 square-foot, two-story training center.

This project was completed on a fast-track schedule and, as construction managers, Cord handled coordination of all the communication with the project designer and the client. The drawings were being completed as the project was being built, which required very focused and detailed coordination between the project architect and subcontractors as the work was being completed.

Project Highlights:

  • At the time of construction, the addition made this facility the largest Pharmaceutical Packaging Facility in the world
  • Vacated a street and relocated all utilities so that the site could accommodate the expanded facility
  • Implemented the build through a fast-track schedule
  • Coordinated parallel drawing creation and build with architect and subcontractors

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Key Info

4545 Assembly Drive
Rockford, IL 61104

Addition & Pedestrian Walkway
260,000 SF
Construction Management/Fast Track
  • At the time of construction, the addition made this facility the largest Pharmaceutical Packaging Facility in the world
  • Vacated a street and relocated all utilities so that the site could accommodate the expanded facility
  • Required extensive coordination with project architect and subcontractors because drawings were being completed as the project was being built

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