A M King, a design-build firm, is managing a large-scale renovation and expansion at Aldi’s Center Valley (Pennsylvania) distribution center. The project includes additional coolers.

The 60,000 ft2 dry warehouse expansion will bring the total square footage at the facility to 575,000. The project also includes new dock positions and a mezzanine that will be housed within the existing building footprint.

A M King is also designing and building a 570,660 ft2 regional distribution center in Loxley, Ala, for Aldi. In the northeast, where land is scarce, the focus is often on renovating and expanding existing facilities.

The scope of work at the Center Valley facility will cover approximately 60,000 ft2 of new dry warehouse space for staging and storing nonperishable product; 47,000 ft2 of new coolers inside the existing warehouse; the addition of six cooler dock positions; demolition of an existing freezer wall to streamline operations and air movement; additional battery charging areas and associated ventilation systems; and conversion of a third-party space to a warehouse collaboration room.