Cummins Engine Company
1825 West 450 South, Columbus IN
|Status:||Completed in 2014|
|Property Type:||Bulk Industrial|
|Size:||428,000 Square Feet/35Acres|
Cummins Engine Company is known worldwide as a manufacturer and distributor of engines, filtration & power generation products. Headquartered in Walesboro (Columbus), Indiana, Cummins has been the leader in environmentally clean diesel technology. The Southern Indiana Logistics Center (SILC) project is a warehouse distribution/manufacturing center built for Cummins Engine Company’s product assembly, storage and shipping. The 428,400 square foot facility was constructed on the Cummins campus and encompasses 35 acres of land area adjacent to the Columbus Midrange Engine Plant (CMEP). The success of the project depended on locating the new SILC in near proximity to the CMEP while maintaining a size and operational flow conducive to programming requirements as determined by Cummins. Numerous sites were evaluated. The site was selected due to its desirable location, convenient interstate access, appropriately zoned entitlements and the available utility infrastructure. The facility includes secured access, 8,000 square feet of office and warehouse/assembly office space.