In July 2020, Rivian’s plans for additions totaling 576,000 sq ft to its production facility were approved by the town council. In October 2021, Rivian made public plans to grow the facility with a 623,000 sq ft (57,900 m2) addition to be built on the west side of the existing facility, which if built would bring the total Rivian facility size to 3,900,000 sq ft (360,000 m2)
Helix Steel saves months on the schedule and on projects of this magnitude, that’s $100,000 a day.
Proven Industrial Track Record
Proven in heavy industry applications, including heavy pavements, duct banks and foundations.
Higher Load Capacity
Helix Micro Rebar™ has a higher load capacity for construction loads, without requiring thicker pavements.
More Flexural Strength than Rebar
While concrete has to crack before rebar works, Micro Rebar™ strengthens the concrete itself, before cracks start to form.
Easier, Stronger and Faster to Install
Particularly ideal for remote installations where rebar is difficult to place, using Helix Micro Rebar™ for your industrial projects results in better performance overall, including increased flexural and shear strength, improved impact-and fatigue-resistance, and simpler rebar configurations.
Rivian Manufacturing Expansion
The Gemini solar PV and battery storage project is proposed to be developed on 7,100 acres of federally-owned land administered by the BLM in Clark County, Nevada, approximately 53km north-east of the Las Vegas metropolitan area.
Faraday Future Expansion
Faraday Future had recently announced that it was shifting its manufacturing focus to a turn-key facility that offers a faster path to production. The new production facility, located in Hanford, CA, is strategically located between the country’s two largest EV markets, Los Angeles and Silicon Valley.
Graco French Lake Industrial Center
By partnering with a number of firms to properly implement the Infinity Slab (50′ series), Helix was able to reduce the construction schedule while improving the overall durability and performance of Graco’s new 500,000 sq. ft. facility in Dayton, MN.
Humboldt County South Jetty Repair
The U.S. Corps. of Engineers released what would be the first repair and reconstruction plans for the North and South Humboldt Bay Jetties in almost 50 years.