Early February Update | Warren Design & Build
Warren Design & Build was founded in 2014 by Adam Sarson with two employees, Loyd Miller, General Manager and Lee Pettry. It was started as an answer to the void left when Astro Technical Services closed. Warren Design & Build is located at the same location and with the same employees. The business has served customers like: Delphi, Donaldson, Design Molded Plastics, Dillen, Tecnocap, Akron Rubber, RTI, Genie Garage Door, Laszeray and Applied Vision. The company specializes in designing and building automation for manufacturing. Warren Design & Build takes ideas and makes them reality in the manufacturing sector. We currently have 5 design engineers with over 100 years combined experience. The machine shop and build team has similar experience making Warren Design & Build the perfect solution for your automation, build and machine shop needs.
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Early February Update

07 Feb Early February Update

Things continue to roll at Warren Design & Build.  It’s a very big month for us as three major builds are underway and two of them need to be completed this month.  It is great that we have some fantastic customers that have given us a chance to perform.  Now, we must perform.

Currently, we have the following underway in the shop:   Wire twisters for the auto industry; 2 level trade show display for a conveyor manufacturer; a very unique saw system that cuts apart damaged pallets; a vacuum tester for metal tubes; an automatic assembly table for making a coffin frame; several electrical panel builds;  remote support for several sites that do not have engineering support; and several other projects in the investigation phase.

In addition to design/build activity, we are now entering the remote engineering services for facilities that do not have their own or enough engineering resources. This group within our business will trouble shoot production lines, work on projects and do service work within our customer’s facilities.

It is an exciting time at WDB.  We continue to grow and continue to learn.  It is an exciting journey.


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