Procter & Gamble
Procter & Gamble
ISG has provided full-facility design and engineering services for home and personal care product giant Procter & Gamble (P&G) across the U.S. From data centers and employee cafeterias to 700,000+ square foot manufacturing and production plants, ISG’s architecture, engineering, and construction phase services have helped P&G bring quality products into the lives of everyday people around the world.
P&G Control Center – Box Elder County, UT
The vast usage of glass throughout P&G’s state of the art Control Center not only allows natural light to permeate throughout the facility, but also provides direct and constant visual connections across the multiple users of the paper-making and converting plant’s operational hub. The exposed structure and natural daylight throughout is complemented by the team-building, open concept floor plan.
Paper Machine Facility – Box Elder County, UT
This two-phased, LEED certified paper making conversion, warehouse, manufacturing, and administrative building encompasses more than 762,000 square feet of ISG-led architectural and engineering design.
Resource Center – Box Elder County, UT
Designed and engineered by ISG, P&G’s employee center adjacent to its large paper making facility includes a cafeteria, conference rooms, fitness and locker/shower facilities, secure check-in, and health service center supporting an on-site nurse. The campus received LEED Silver Certification in 2009 for its nnovative energy and electrical systems.
Tissue Paper Manufacturing Plant – Green Bay, WI
ISG incorporated 120,000+ square feet of production floor, a mezzanine, and basement areas into overall designs for this Wisconsin P&G plant. Total project from inception through production kick-off on-site was completed in two years.