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Gray Appears in Insights with Terry Bradshaw


The one-of-a-kind Teqton floor system was used in the new Siemens Nacelle manufacturing facility in Hutchinson, Kansas–the first use of this system in the United States. This innovative technology caught the attention of the cable television show Insights with Terry Bradshaw and Randall Vaughn, Vice President, Architecture with Gray Construction was interviewed for an upcoming episode featuring the Teqton system. The program will air on CNN, FOX, and The Discovery Channel this year. 

Teqton, a jointless, maintenance-free floor slab was installed in the Siemens Nacelle manufacturing plant, a Gray Construction project, in Hutchinson, Kan., making it the first of its kind in the U.S. The complex manufacturing plant, about the size of five football fields, is a structure designed to carry heavy loads to allow the movement of nacelles throughout the building. The Siemens manufacturing facility achieved LEED® Gold Certification and is Siemens’ first LEED® Gold certified production facility in the U.S. The facility is also the first LEED® Gold new construction/industrial site in Kansas. Gray provided architecture, engineering and construction management for the 289,842 s.f. manufacturing plant.

Teqton offers individualized solutions to industrial flooring needs through the application of their proprietary roller-compacted concrete (RCC) base course and extra-durable polymer-modified concrete topping systems. Teqton brings over 30 years of experience in demanding European industrial settings to the U.S. market, providing low-maintenance, high-tolerance, and fast installation of quality concrete industrial floor slabs with high sustainable design characteristics.

Insights with Terry Bradshaw takes viewers around the world with fascinating stories of business owners, inventors, doctors, engineers, and everyday individuals who are eager to share the latest developments in their respective fields.

If you have manufacturing plant construction needs, please contact Phil Seale, Senior Vice President, Manufacturing at

    February 20, 2012

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