Toyota – Bodine Aluminum

Bodine Aluminum, a Toyota company, is a 550,000-square-foot facility on 75 acres in Troy, MO that supplies four-cylinder, six-cylinder, and eight-cylinder aluminum castings to support all Toyota assembly operations in North America. This project was completed in several phases and included BIM layout and design between Murphy and other trades including electrical, millwright, and structural. Our ability to pre-plan and utilize prefabrication pipe and ductwork rack sections to expedite installation during a short plant shutdown was critical. Murphy removed existing casting lines and installed new lines for intake manifolds. The work consisted of piping, ductwork located under the deck, and utility racks overhead. The new equipment consisted of casting machines, furnaces, and associated robotics.

Owner Toyota
Building Type Casting Expansion Plant & Maintenance
Project Size $2,400,000
Contract Type GMP
Completion Date 2017
Project Duration 18 Months

Murphy Team

Project Sponsor: Joe Skiljan
Project Manager: Steve Kappelman
Piping Foreman: Randy Clay
BIM: Brandon Welch
BIM: Keith Krewson

Project Team

General Contractor Alberici
Engineer: Murphy Company
Mechanical: Murphy Company
Electrical: Payne Crest

Scope of Work

Process Piping
Process Sheetmetal