ARCO/Murray Completes Industrial Laundry Renovation for Alsco

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An existing dock location at the Alsco Houston site was converted into a new building façade. (Photo: ARCO/Murray)

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Upgrades part of 18th project in partnership between companies

HOUSTON — ARCO/Murray recently completed a 45,000-square-foot laundry renovation for the Alsco linen/uniform rental facility here, the national design and construction firm reports. 

The project scope included upgrades to the storm and sanitary sewer, installation of a new waste water pit, construction of new soil and clean docks, a complete office renovation, and converting the existing dock location into a new building facade.

Construction was performed in multiple phases and took place while the facility was fully operational. 

The project was a complete design/build solution with ARCO/Murray handling the architectural design, engineering and permitting. The company says Max Potvin was project manager and Alan Thompson served as project superintendent.

This is the 18th project ARCO/Murray has delivered in partnership with Alsco.

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