An outdated office space prompted a need for a new, updated space that shows off who Wabash Valley is and what they do.
Wabash Valley worked closely with Sukup to build a modern and industrial office building inside grain bins.
Over 90% of this project was done in house, with more than 40 employees contributing to the product.
The Main Office is comprised of two grain bins. The outer bin is 75 feet while the inner bin is 48 feet and both bins are 7 rings tall. There are 23 offices/rooms built into the space between the two bins and the reception area is a large open space in the middle. To help keep the grain bins insulated, Wabash Valley installed hydronic radiant heating into the concrete floors. In addition to this, the entire building has 2-3 inches of closed cell insulation between the two bins.
The meeting room is a 36 foot grain bin that is 4 rings tall and includes a restroom, a utilities room and an open space. There are 4 rings made from bin sheets hanging from the ceiling, which are the perfect addition to the industrial vibe. The rings provide decor and also contain heating, air vents, lighting, and ceiling tiles for the room.
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