Manufacturing and Distribution

Nutec Group is now in our fourth decade of providing comprehensive consulting, design, and construction solutions to our client base of advanced industry and manufacturing companies. We’ve worked with global brands and privately held companies, designed high-tech manufacturing plants and corporate headquarters, but also rolled up our sleeves and engaged in the less “romantic” projects – installation of new process lines, utility plant upgrades, new mezzanines, etc. These projects are often more challenging and are the type of work for which we’ve built our brand. Automotive, heavy equipment, military vehicles, glass, building products, electronics, dinnerware, mortar, HVAC equipment, and paper are just some of the industries where we’ve worked to improve our clients’ operations. By controlling much of the design and construction supply chain, we can provide facilities planning and industrial engineering on the front-end, fully-integrated architectural and engineering design as well as building modeling, and advanced construction and facilities management capabilities – all from a single source.



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Manufacturing/Distribution Blog Posts

NuTec Design Expands Team With Additional Registered Architect

NuTec Design hires Kristen Topper, RA to join firm as a lead architect. NuTec Design is proud to welcome Kristen Topper, RA as the newest addition to their architectural team. Kristen, who earned her...Read more »

Skylights in Manufacturing Plants Might Not Be so Green After All

by F. Joshua Millman, AIA, CFM, LEED AP One of our clients recently approached us with a request to add skylights to a project that was under design, a new warehouse building. They saw several...Read more »

Nutec Employees Support STEM Education with Involvement in Future City Competitions

  Nutec Group employees have spent the past several years dedicating time to the Future City Competition, a project-based learning program where middle school students imagine, research, design,...Read more »