This project consisted of two undivided office & warehouse multi-tenant buildings, each 74,500 sq.ft. Both buildings needed to be completed in a very short period of time, building 1 for example, was completed in just 7 months. The buildings are constructed using reinforced tilt-up concrete and the design uses a lot of glass to provide an abundance of natural light. There have also been allowances made for feature walls which would act as green walls in the future.
This project was an office tenant improvement on two levels, including private offices, reception, boardroom, lunchroom, server rooms, and amenity areas.
This project consists of two separate ‘tilt-up’ distribution/warehouse buildings on a ten acre site. Building One is a single storey structure zoned for one to four tenants and is built to accommodate the future construction of two mezzanines. Building Two is also a one storey structure with 3,600 sq.ft. of split-level office space. The facility was designed to accommodate loading from railspurs and has approximately 720 feet of 4 foot deep awnings over the loading bays.
Large expansion to existing Shared Services Facility utilizing concrete tilt-up construction. The expansion included a small office but was largely driven by the need for more distribution/storage area.
Wales McLelland worked to the client’s budget to achieve LEED SILVER certification by analyzing various heating and cooling options. This project was originally tendered in November 2008 as a 61,000 sq.ft. office/distribution facility; however, upon award, the project was upgraded to a LEED SILVER standard and Wales McLelland’s experience as a General Contractor assisted both the clients and consultants in achieving the LEED points without jeopardizing the schedule.
The structure is built using tilt-up concrete wall construction, structural steel columns, and has reinforced concrete pad flooring. Our work includes site preparation, foundation excavation, plumbing, electrical, and landscaping.
Wales McLelland was contracted to build this office and warehouse space. This company’s brokerage head office is in the emergency transportation industry.
Wales McLelland is proud of their partnership with Hopewell for the development of their East Richmond lands. The first Hopewell building, constructed in 2008, totaled 484,000 sq.ft. with Phase II, completed in 2009, totalling 443,000 sq.ft.. Both buildings were of similar construction using concrete tilt panels, structural steel and an EPDM roof membrane. The slab-on-grade is reinforced to accommodate a floor loading capacity of 800lb/sq.ft.. The design of these distribution buildings accommodate large tractor trailers, multiple loading positions and trailer parking.
Wales McLelland completed this 280,000 sq.ft. warehouse for Hopewell Developments. Rapid impact compaction was used to prepare the soil for loading of the base building. The structure is of tilt-up concrete construction and with 30’ clear ceiling heights, 47 loading docks (with future provisions for an additional 11) and two demising walls spanning the width of the building to create three separate tenancy spaces. Our work included two tenant improvement projects as well as upgrades to the roof, docks, and electrical system.
Wales McLelland built this distribution facility for Ingram Micro, a global wholesale supplier of technology products, as part of the large Kingswood Business Park Development. The building is a concrete tilt-up structure that contains office space over two floors and a warehouse with 30' clear heights and complex conveyor systems.