When Dayton Freight outgrew its leased facility in Springfield, they considered purchasing it and expanding it, or building a new facility. They called on Renier Construction to investigate their options in order to make an informed decision.
Renier studied the feasibility of adding onto the existing facility, including bringing it up to current codes and regulations. The scenario proved cost and time prohibitive. Renier next turned its attention to a new site Dayton Freight found. Due diligence identified a number of issues with storm drainage that could cause legal ramifications from offsite drainage both to and from the site. Dayton Freight identified a second site that passed Renier's review.
"We have a long standing relationship with Renier, so they know our needs and requirements," said Tom Cronin, President, Dayton Freight. By involving Renier in the preconstruction process, including site selection, Dayton Freight prevented potentially devastating outcomes.
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“Renier provided a comprehensive budget for us up front and handled everything from design to permitting to construction and closeout. Our project was completed on schedule as they promised.”
“Renier is a good company to do business with because they exceed expectations with their customers.”
“I have found Renier to care about completion of each project within the agreed upon timeframe and budget. Even more so, I have found them to genuinely care about the job as if it were their own.”
“We needed more space and didn’t have time to waste. Renier completed our expansion in four months. Their disciplined approach saved our retail season.”
“The fact that they completely fulfill all the commitments they make to us is awesome. They do what they say they will do.”
“Renier used their creativity in our building. There is no wasted space, it’s very inviting and they were able to build at or below budget.”