Launch of GreenixPanels.com offering over twenty different types of panel types relating to Commercial, Industrial, Agriculture, Medical, Retail, Hospitality, Restaurant, Military, Residential,
Completed the First online AIA Approved and Accredited (CEC) Continuing Education Course for Structural Insulated Panels (SIPs) in the history of SIPs. Within 1 year over 5000 architects and Engineers completed and pass the test. This course took SIPs to the next level of educating the AEC industry and the public about SIP construction. (Course)
Signed agreements with AEC Daily and (CSI) Construction Specification Institute to create the Frist (1st) (CEC) Continuing Education Course for (SIPs) Structural Insulated Panels.
Started the development and outline of a CEC course for SIP education, completed research and studies to prepare alignment with AEC Daily and (CSI) Construction Specification Institute for final development of an Accredited Continuing Education Course. Started production of document study.
June – December 2004
Developed relationships within SIPA and other Structural Insulated Panel industry sectors for study of shipping coordination across United States. Expanded and formed directory of possible install crews in multiple states.
Completed SIP plan designs to meet affordable low-income housing market; started production of architectural structures and simple structures to develop real cost.
Work on phase 1, developing research of the Structural Insulated Panel Industry, market study and developing a SIPSupply.com introduction website. Received dealer agreement as a supplier of EPS panel system to test market.
Started redesign of SIP Supply.com, GreenixPanels.com CommercialSIPs.com to expand and add total product line from #1 plant, #2 plant, #3 plant #4 plant.
#1 and #2 plant equipment assembled and SIP production capabilities of new manufacturing plant creating over 250,000 sq. feet of new SIP Production facilities.
Completion of MIL-Spec Group ballistic door designed were shipped to chemical plant based on engineered code requirements. Doors were 13/4-inch-thick, with R-value of 23.
Contracted with a contractor of CM2 Hill for design and manufacturing of Ballistic doors for a Bayer Chemical plant. Ballistic doors were designed to meet the specification and requirements to withstand 25 lbs. of TNT at 15 feet
Plant buyout and merger completed assets transferred to various locations creating new manufacturing and distribution points in California, Texas, Tennessee, and Arizona
SIP production slightly halted due to major buyout of panel technology for merger of plants in various states.
Technical cooperation contract with Oak Ridge Laboratories, Steris Corporation and other research centers were active and started production and sales of chemical warfare testing chambers, nuclear power plant ice rake projects involving flexible design criteria for multiple industries
Production of all panels at Camp Pendleton were completed and all products shipped to Marine Base.
Designed and sold 8-million-dollar Live Fire Training Unit project at Marine Base Camp Pendleton. The project consisted of specialty designed Panel product, labor and equipment to install. This project established the commercial division of SIP Supply, LLC and lead to the formation of MIL-Spec Group, LLC a SDVOSB. MIL-Spec Group soon thereafter became a registered SAM federal contractor.
First large commercial project was contracted at Camp Lejeune Marine Base in Camp Lejeune North Carolina. Designed, manufactured, and installed 15 building to create a (FOB) Forward Operating Base that included several types of structures including AARP and Nocturnal training centers. Project completed in 63 days
July 2009 – February 2010
Moved business location to Marietta Georgia and started developing a more commercial line of products and services, metal frame SIP construction, magnesium board MGO and Hardi Board prototypes were designed.
February – December 2008
The Greenix Brand of SIPs was established with the production of a custom home subdivision in Wyoming, first major SIP construction project for the company, total homes to be built were 60. Started and built 14 homes and housing market declined and project closed. 1,600 to 3,200 sq. foot homes were constructed using polyurethane foam core OSB/OSB SIP panels.
Structured purchase and capital to purchase a 30,000-sq. foot manufacturing plant, Old Goody’s plant in South Georgia.