A&S Building Systems Relocates to David Jones Industrial Park

The NCI Buildings Group division moved from Caryville, Tenn., to an Andersonville, Tenn., industrial park located 16 miles away. The Hollingsworth Cos. developed A&S Building Systems’ new facility.

A&S Building Systems, a division of NCI Buildings Group, relocated its headquarters from Caryville, Tenn., to the David Jones Industrial Park in Andersonville, Tenn. The company designed and manufactured the 127,950-square-foot facility in conjunction with developer the Hollingsworth Cos.

A&S Building Systems' new facility in Andersonville, Tenn.
A&S Building Systems’ new facility in Andersonville, Tenn.

The Class A steel building has the capacity to expand to 172,600 square feet with 32-foot clear height and eight dock doors suitable for warehouse or manufacturing space. With the new facility, A&S has expanded their engineering and sales support.

“While we ship buildings worldwide, many local projects such as the Knoxville News Sentential and the Holsten Gas facilities are highly visible,” said A&S Building Systems President Dennis McDeavitt.

During the past year, The Hollingsworth Cos. also completed a 264,763-square-foot automotive building in Cookeville, Tenn., and an 183,618-square-foot expansion to a factory in Prince George, Va.

Image courtesy of The Hollingsworth Cos.