NOTABLE PROJECTS

See a few notable projects that Fluid Systems has worked on.

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INTERNATIONAL PAPER

A 235,000-square-foot office tower in East Memphis occupied by Memphis-based Fortune 500 company International Paper.  

 
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NISSAN

Skid-mounted hydronic system for additional process water at the Smyrna, MS manufacturing hub of Nissan.

 
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OLE MISS CENTRAL PLANT

New HVAC Central Plant for hot/chilled water campus distribution at the University of Mississippi campus in Oxford, MS.

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SHELBY COUNTY HEALTH DEPT

New state-of-the-art headquarters for the Shelby County Health Department to include community engagement specific areas and allows dedicated professionals to leverage new technology and evidence-based practices to better serve the citizens.

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VOLVO

New 2.3 million sq. ft facility on 1,600 acres in Ridgeville, SC includes a body shop, paint shop, final assembly, a vehicle processing center and an office building. The space is capable of producing 150,000 cars annually and exports American-built vehicles through the Port of Charleston.

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Robinson Middle

The new middle school provides appropriate space for its existing student population as well for the expansion by constructing a new cluster of buildings containing approximately 145,000-square-feet of classrooms, administrative, gym, dining, commons and support areas.

The new middle school provides enhancements in music and STEM learning environments. The core academic wing of the school is divided into three distinct learning communities, one for each grade. STEM learning labs are located in each community for shared use. 

The building is three stories with single-story high bay components including a media center, gymnasium, dining and theater. The shared multipurpose facility is a free-standing structure.

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ORION FCU HQ

Daniel Weickenand, CEO of Orion Federal Credit Union, announced today Orion is in the process of moving their corporate headquarters to the former Wonder Bread bakery building at 400 Monroe Avenue (Memphis, TN 38103).

Orion’s decision to move to the Edge District was an intentional effort by the Orion Board of Directors and executive team to address long-term blight and drive economic development in Memphis. The search for the Orion headquarters site was extensive, covering all areas of the city.

The Wonder Bread factory has been vacant since 2013, making the stretch of Monroe Avenue near the building and several surrounding properties a visible eyesore that could be seen from high-traffic areas including Downtown Memphis and Sun Studios. Instead of tearing down the factory and leveling the block, Orion chose to keep the original shape and bones of the building and add a third story. A new, period-appropriate exterior façade is made of reclaimed bricks from the original structure.

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