Pillar Consulting Group combines a strong background of experience in building construction, plant infrastructure, and engineering to provide industrial facilities with access to critical expertise on-demand.
We have extensive experience in industrial plants and have a unique appreciation for the needs of facility owners, maintenance managers and plant engineers. Our expertise includes fire and life-safety code review studies and planning; building and facilities layout and design; retrofit and addition to existing facilities where shutdowns are difficult or impossible; building projects where the role of equipment and processes dominate the functional requirements; and small projects that are every bit as important as larger capital improvements.
No matter the size of your industrial project, we can help to make it successful. We are experienced and comfortable acting as the lead project consultant, coordinating the efforts of multiple, specialty, sub-consultants and managing the overall project effort, or acting in a more limited and focused role as a source of technical expertise to the industrial client’s existing team.
We have worked with large corporations, such as Teledyne, Ladish, Allegany, Georgia-Pacific, Fort James, Pope and Talbot, and Weyerhaeuser as well as small and medium sized industrial and manufacturing firms. Our facilities services include the design and analysis of:
Pillar Consulting Group provided building design, land-use planning, civil engineering, structural engineering and MEP engineering for this drone testing facility.Learn More
Pillar was directly responsible for building code analysis, building site layout, structural engineering and civil engineering for this metals finishing facility.Learn More
Pillar was directly responsible for building code analysis, building site layout, structural engineering and civil engineering for this titanium investment casting facility.Learn More
With over 135,000 square feet of area, this 600 foot long warehouse building required a building expansion joint to deal with the thermal effects of such a large structure. Multiple loading docks, wide bay spacing and energy efficient design elements create a highly efficient storage and distribution facility.Learn More
A severely corrosive atmosphere made precast concrete construction the optimum choice for this high-bay building, which also houses a 10-ton overhead bridge crane. Tight building pad area constraints were overcome through the use of a retaining wall under one wall of the building.Learn More
Pillar Consulting Group was the prime professional for this 40,000 square foot trailer manufacturing facility. The building includes 4000 square feet of office space and a large paint booth, which required careful building and fire code studies to ensure compliance and acceptance of the local Fire Marshall.Learn More
A few years after designing a major addition for this industrial client, they decided to bring us back to add a loading dock. Space was tight in the parking lot for truck maneuvering, but we were able to enclose the existing shipping and receiving area, and add this covered loading dock to the end of the building.Learn More