Johnson & Johnson Midwest Distribution Center

Mooresville, Indiana

The single-story building was constructed using tilt-up concrete over structural steel and was the first building in the 70 West Commerce Center.

Johnson & Johnson selected CRG, Clayco and BatesForum to develop and design-build a 1.05 million-square-foot facility in Mooresville, Indiana. The single-story building was constructed using tilt-up concrete over structural steel and was the first building in the 70 West Commerce Center. The warehouse facility includes 30,000 square feet of office space, 38-foot clear heights, 100 percent emergency back up power, and is fully air-conditioned throughout.

Get In touch

Anthony
Johnson

Executive Vice President

+314-592-2159
johnsona2@claycorp.com

Innovation Highlights

LEED NC V3 Gold Certified

Key Facts

Project size:  1,050,000 SF
Client name:  Johnson & Johnson
Architect:  BatesForum

Integrated Company Involvement

CRG

Development

BATESFORUM

Architecture

CONCRETE STRATEGIES

Tilt-up Concrete and Flatwork

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