Design-Build

An aerial photo of Utility Trailer Manufacturing, a pre-engineered metal building.

Utility Trailer Manufacturing Company

HS Williams offered their expertise to help in the PEMB design to furnish and erect the VA Tech Dairy Science Complex. The state-of-the-art Dairy Science Complex includes an 11,900-square-foot milking parlor with a computerized milk-monitoring system, a 46,000-square-foot free-stall barn for the 232 milking cows, a modern waste management system, a special-needs heifer barn, and a pre-weaned calf facility. The facility bolsters the long-term success of Virginia Tech’s award-winning dairy science program and contributes to the university’s land-grant mission. Students examine modern issues in dairy science alongside researchers who are working on solving challenges and sharing those solutions with Virginia Cooperative Extension. Scientists collaborate with partners in the Department of Animal and Poultry Sciences, the Agricultural Technology Program, and the Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine. The dairy is one of many other agricultural endeavors at the nearly 1,800-acre Kentland Farm. The facility will enhance the long-term success of Virginia Tech’s award-winning dairy science program and contribute to the land-grant mission of the university.

An aerial photo of the 358,000-square-feet Philips Consumer Electronics distribution center.

Phillips Consumer Electrics

HS Williams offered their expertise to help in the PEMB design to furnish and erect the VA Tech Dairy Science Complex. The state-of-the-art Dairy Science Complex includes an 11,900-square-foot milking parlor with a computerized milk-monitoring system, a 46,000-square-foot free-stall barn for the 232 milking cows, a modern waste management system, a special-needs heifer barn, and a pre-weaned calf facility. The facility bolsters the long-term success of Virginia Tech’s award-winning dairy science program and contributes to the university’s land-grant mission. Students examine modern issues in dairy science alongside researchers who are working on solving challenges and sharing those solutions with Virginia Cooperative Extension. Scientists collaborate with partners in the Department of Animal and Poultry Sciences, the Agricultural Technology Program, and the Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine. The dairy is one of many other agricultural endeavors at the nearly 1,800-acre Kentland Farm. The facility will enhance the long-term success of Virginia Tech’s award-winning dairy science program and contribute to the land-grant mission of the university.

An exterior photo of Woodland Hills Church, where a pre-engineered metal building was applied to the existing structure.

Woodland Hills Church

HS Williams offered their expertise to help in the PEMB design to furnish and erect the VA Tech Dairy Science Complex. The state-of-the-art Dairy Science Complex includes an 11,900-square-foot milking parlor with a computerized milk-monitoring system, a 46,000-square-foot free-stall barn for the 232 milking cows, a modern waste management system, a special-needs heifer barn, and a pre-weaned calf facility. The facility bolsters the long-term success of Virginia Tech’s award-winning dairy science program and contributes to the university’s land-grant mission. Students examine modern issues in dairy science alongside researchers who are working on solving challenges and sharing those solutions with Virginia Cooperative Extension. Scientists collaborate with partners in the Department of Animal and Poultry Sciences, the Agricultural Technology Program, and the Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine. The dairy is one of many other agricultural endeavors at the nearly 1,800-acre Kentland Farm. The facility will enhance the long-term success of Virginia Tech’s award-winning dairy science program and contribute to the land-grant mission of the university.

An aerial photo of the Blue Ridge Knives warehouse, a pre-engineered metal building with 250,000 square feet of space.

Blue Ridge Knives

HS Williams offered their expertise to help in the PEMB design to furnish and erect the VA Tech Dairy Science Complex. The state-of-the-art Dairy Science Complex includes an 11,900-square-foot milking parlor with a computerized milk-monitoring system, a 46,000-square-foot free-stall barn for the 232 milking cows, a modern waste management system, a special-needs heifer barn, and a pre-weaned calf facility. The facility bolsters the long-term success of Virginia Tech’s award-winning dairy science program and contributes to the university’s land-grant mission. Students examine modern issues in dairy science alongside researchers who are working on solving challenges and sharing those solutions with Virginia Cooperative Extension. Scientists collaborate with partners in the Department of Animal and Poultry Sciences, the Agricultural Technology Program, and the Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine. The dairy is one of many other agricultural endeavors at the nearly 1,800-acre Kentland Farm. The facility will enhance the long-term success of Virginia Tech’s award-winning dairy science program and contribute to the land-grant mission of the university.

Cattle inside their stalls at the Virginia Tech Dairy Science Complex.

Virginia Tech Dairy Science Complex

HS Williams offered their expertise to help in the PEMB design to furnish and erect the VA Tech Dairy Science Complex. The state-of-the-art Dairy Science Complex includes an 11,900-square-foot milking parlor with a computerized milk-monitoring system, a 46,000-square-foot free-stall barn for the 232 milking cows, a modern waste management system, a special-needs heifer barn, and a pre-weaned calf facility. The facility bolsters the long-term success of Virginia Tech’s award-winning dairy science program and contributes to the university’s land-grant mission. Students examine modern issues in dairy science alongside researchers who are working on solving challenges and sharing those solutions with Virginia Cooperative Extension. Scientists collaborate with partners in the Department of Animal and Poultry Sciences, the Agricultural Technology Program, and the Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine. The dairy is one of many other agricultural endeavors at the nearly 1,800-acre Kentland Farm. The facility will enhance the long-term success of Virginia Tech’s award-winning dairy science program and contribute to the land-grant mission of the university.

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