Diversey Distribution Center

Sturtevant, Wisconsin

USGBC-100pxThe Diversey Distribution Center project was Designed and constructed by Riley Construction.  Some of the projects main features are:

  • Build-to-suit mixed use distribution facility
  • Constructed using precast/prefabricated envelope with steel structure
  • Industrial grade distribution space featuring 32-foot clear height, 55 loading docks and 118 staging areas for loading tractor trailers
  • Achieved LEED-Gold NC and EB certification; Green building features include: 12,000 tons of bottom ash, a by-product of coal-fired power plants, used for the building’s sub-base; 100% of electricity purchased for the center comes from renewable sources such as wind, solar and biomass; waterless urinals and a no-irrigation landscape utilizing native plants and species adapted to be drought-tolerant.  The above measures account for an approximate reduction of 30%
    water consumption and 44% energy reduction beyond current state building code requirements.

Green Features:

  • 12,130 tons of bottom ash, a by-product of coal-fired power plants, used for the building’s sub-base
  • 30% of electricity purchased for the center comes from renewable sources
  • Waterless urinals
  • No-irrigation landscape utilizing native plants and species adapted to be drought-tolerant

RECOGNITION & AWARDS

  • 2007 Business Journal Real Estate Awards
  • 2007 Associated General Contractors of Wisconsin Build Wisconsin Award

FACTS

  • Size: 552,000 SF
  • Architect: Stephen Perry Smith