Ashland Roller Mills
Manufacturing | Ashland, Virginia
25,000 sq. ft. | $1,500,000
Ashland Roller Mills, a registered National Historic Landmark outside of Richmond, Virginia. This is the first project Chris Nash cut his teeth on as a Superintendent. The original structure is the smaller building nearest the dam. The expansion consisted of the two pre-engineered buildings that “book end” the tall addition. The original building houses a waterwheel that powers oscillating grain sifters in the taller structure. The foundation was anchored to bedrock supporting a very stout concrete frame designed to withstand the momentum of the swaying sifters.
The project was developed or constructed by principals of Raymond Engineering prior to founding the company