Link-Belt Excavator Company
One-of-a-Kind Customer Experience Center.
Link-Belt has an impressive history of machine innovation dating back to 1880 with the formation of the Link-Belt Machinery Company. Over the course of 140 years, the growing Link-Belt organization partnered with the Japanese conglomerate Sumitomo Heavy Industries and branched into several new companies offering specialized heavy equipment. Today, the off-shoot joint venture LBX Company produces excavators as well as equipment for material handling and forestry.
LBX chose Gray Ohio Valley to design and build an attractive modern space for its new customer experience center in Lexington, Kentucky.
- LocationLexington, KY
- Square Footage25,000 s.f.
- Operational11 months
The new 25,000 s.f. facility features a variety of spaces designed for product and service trainings, guest visits and community events, and product testing and demonstrations.
Gray provided engineering, design, and construction services for the project. Features include a bridge crane in the training hall, an impressive front entrance canopy designed with two hydraulic excavators boom arms, and curtain wall glass throughout the space. The greenfield project was completed in 11 months.
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