The Renaissance Companies and Deutsch Architecture Group is working in a Design/Build contract to deliver to this long-term industrial client the largest distribution center project in Arizona’s history. This 1,542,000 SF facility was designed and constructed in two phases which include:

  • Single dock arrangement
  • Drive-up ramps
  • Office spaces
  • Restrooms
  • Warehouse space
  • Refuse areas

Phase I: Design of Phase I began July 2005 with a budget of $18 million. Construction began in March 2006 for the 342,369 SF single story structure. It is constructed as a dock high building with a single dock arrangement on the north side and south side with concrete tilt panel construction. The roofing system consists of steel columns, joists, girders and decking. The clear height is 30’-0” minimum on the interior spec warehouse space. Phase I included the redesign of the northwest and south elevations to add 97 dock doors within the set schedule. An interior fit-up for this national tenant was also finished within this timeframe. Construction was completed in November 2006 with an actual cost of $15,596,000.

Phase II: Design of Phase II began October 2005 with a budget of $32 million. Construction began in August 2006 for the 1.2M SF single story structure. It is also constructed as a dock high building. Phase II has exactly the same construction requirements as Phase I including concrete tilt panels and a roofing system consisting of steel columns, joists, girders and decking. The clear height will be 30’-0” minimum on the interior spec warehouse space. Phase II is still currently under construction, expected to be completed in February 2008. The actual cost is projected at $34,731,786.

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