SMA North America
Submitted by Trinity Mechanical
SMA Solar Technologies converted an existing 150,000-sq-ft warehouse in the Stapleton redevelopment into its first North American manufacturing facility by adding a 20,000-sq-ft, second-story mezzanine. Included in the scope was a 100,000-sq-ft aluminum truss system used to support facility infrastructure such as IT, power cabling, compressed air piping, chilled water piping for test equipment cooling, a 20,000-sq-ft mezzanine and an office tenant space.

SMA North America
SMA North America

The mechanical systems in the building include custom industrial air-handling units that maintain both critical temperature and humidity in the space, compressed air plant and process chilled-distilled water. Stringent temperature and humidity specifications required adding an outside yard and an exterior mechanical plant room.


$10.9 million
Owner: Etkin Johnson Group
Contractor: Murray & Stafford Inc.
Architect: Ware Malcomb Architects
Engineers: Architectural Engineering Design Group, Dempsey Plumbing & Heating Co., Trinity Mechanical Inc.
Among the Subcontractors: Trinity Mechanical Inc., Lakewood Electric Co. Inc., James Thomas Engineering
Start: Sept. 2008 Finish: Jan. 2010