Photo by Scott Wertz
Rolls-Royce Advanced Airfoil Machining Facility, Prince George, Va.

The new $24-million Rolls-Royce facility adjoins the company's recently completed Rotatives Facility. Known as Rolls-Royce Crosspointe, the 82,625-sq-ft conjoined complex supports approximately 67,110 sq ft of production hall and support space.

The design-build team completed this fast-track project in less than 12 months. The tight schedule challenged the team to reach a project stakeholder agreement on final design. The Rolls-Royce mechanical engineering group, located in the United Kingdom, was responsible for defining equipment specifics and parameters. The facility was designed and built to LEED Silver standards and incorporates a daylight harvesting system installed in the production hall to maintain requisite light levels.

Manufacturing: Award of Merit - Rolls-Royce Advanced Airfoil Machining Facility, Prince George, Va.

Key Players

Owner Rolls-Royce

Lead Design Firm Burns & McDonnell Architects & Engineers

General Contractor Balfour Beatty Construction

Owner's Representative URS

Structural/Mechanical Engineer Burns & McDonnell Architects & Engineers

Civil Engineer Timmons Group

Electrical Rudy Hawkins Electrical Contractor

Mechanical/Plumbing Atlantic Constructors

Concrete Cleveland Cement

Sitework JE Liesfeld

Steel Liphart Steel




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