Do to the success of the Creemore brand of beer, a small town brewery was bursting at the seems to grow adding more warehouse office and retail space.
This project came with its share of obstacles. Creemore’s manufacturing plant is located in the heart of the historical village so expansion was met with a lot of opposition. The brewery could never leave Creemore so we needed to maintain a similar look to the building while ensuring minimal disruption to the downtown core.
We Do It?
To ensure the new expansion fit into the Creemore’s small village elegance, we selected facade and building material to capture it’s historical charm. Along with creating minimal disruption to the surrounding homes. Sound studies, traffic studies and full environmental impact studies to ensure minimal impact throughout the construction process.
The Project’s Success.
When the town started to see the minimal change to the aesthetic of their beloved downtown and its brewery, people started to warm up to the project. There was so little disruption during the expansion of the manufacturing plant that Creemore Springs actually experienced increased levels of production during the expansion.
The client was so happy with our ability to meet and exceed functional and budgetary expectations during this project, that they offered to bring us on for further expansion projects in the future and are now a trusted partner of Cowden-Woods.