Adaptive Reuse in Texarkana, TX at U-Haul Moving & Storage at State Line
Histoire du bâtiment
Applied Control Technology was the last known tenant to the property on 5005 N State Line Avenue and operated their headquarters out of the building. ACT was founded by Duane Corcoran in 1983 in Texarkana, Texas. Aerious was the holding company for ACT and also operated out of the State Live Avenue building.
Applied Control Technology specialized in engineering services, using their expertise in industrial automation to be able to implement turn-key projects and provide optimization. ACT boasted experience working in several different industries including oil, gas, mining, aggregates, pulp, paper, and nuclear power generation.
In 2008, ACT was sold to CYMI Industrial, a subsidiary of Grupo ACS, from Madrid Spain. The company suffered under the new management and eventually dissolved.
The Applied Control Technology The 5005 N State Line Avenue building was built in 1965 by Walsh-Lumpkin, a pharmaceutical distribution company. U-Haul acquired the property for adaptive reuse in 2015.
Serving U-Haul customers since 2015, this facility was built through adaptive reuse of an abandoned building. La réutilisation adaptative favorise l'aménagement intercalaire dans le but de renforcer les communautés. Parmi les bienfaits obtenus, la réutilisation a permis d'éviter :
- 1,249 tons of metal manufacturing & transportation prevented
- le coulage de 4 440 tonnes de nouveau béton
- 5 804 tonnes de débris de construction et de démolition
Energy-efficiency and waste-reduction programs at this facility provide the following estimated benefits each year for the Texarkana community:
- 6 797 538 kWh annual energy savings
Steel Production 1 249 tons (1 133 tonnes) of steel manufacturing and delivery saved to date
Energy 6 797 538 kWh annual energy savings
Béton Coulage de 4 440 tonnes (4 029 tonnes) de nouveau béton évité à ce jour.
Emissions 0 lbs (0 kgs) of greenhouse gas emissions prevented
Débris pour les sites d'enfouissement 5 804 lb (5 267 kg) de débris de construction ont été évitées
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