The Lee Company, Building 42
Westbrook, CT 06498
Munger Construction recently completed another large project for The Lee Company, located in Westbrook, CT. Dan Lamberton and James DeMaio acted as Project Manager and Project Supervisor, respectively, while Steve Mansfield took the role of Head Estimator. The long-term Customer came to Munger with the need to retrofit an outdated building, in order to relocate one of the companies’ divisions.
Due to the current state of the building and its desired purpose, the Munger team first had to perform a complete demolition of the interior before the fit-out began. After the demolition, new partitions were constructed for a large office area in the front of the
building and carpeting was installed throughout. Two large mezzanine areas were added in order to house the extensive mechanical equipment necessary for the manufacturing process, and a Uni-Strut grid system was installed to carry the mechanical piping. Additionally, epoxy flooring was completed for the entire manufacturing area of the building and a new loading dock area was created for deliveries and shipments.
Exterior work involved an extensive renewal process in order to increase the performance and life cycle of the building. A Varco Pruden, Standing Seam Roof was used to replace the existing roof, which was in disrepair. Large sections of the aging
siding were replaced and repainted. A new entry vestibule was included in the design to stay consistent with the architecture of the
surrounding Lee Company buildings.
Munger Construction is proud to complete another major project for The Lee Company and act as their “go to construction partner.”