First Design + Build Group completed the Gateway Logistics Center, a 251,000 square foot industrial warehouse in Torrance, California. Management of Ares appointed Premier Design + Build as the general contractor for the project last year. The new facility was leased midway through its development to Omni Logistics, a national third-party logistics company, according to data from CommercialEdge.
Gateway Logistics Center is a tilting concrete building located at 19681 Pacific Gateway Drive. The facility is equipped with a hybrid steel truss roof, ESFR sprinkler system, 2000A UGPSA with 2000A service and LED lighting.
The new industrial warehouse has 42 truck doors, 36 feet of headroom, two entrance doors, 155 car parking spaces, 16 electric vehicle charging stations and 67 trailer parking spaces. The site is equipped with a rainwater harvesting system, providing water for irrigation.
Class A desktop component
Premier Design + Build Group worked with Omni Logistics to expand the speculative leasehold improvement space from 11,000 square feet to approximately 19,000 square feet of Class A office space. Both buildings used for commercial printing which previously occupying the site were demolished before construction began. The project also included the addition of three driveways, water quality systems and storm sewers.
Gateway Logistics Center is located on 11 acres of land, close to the 110 and 405 freeways, 3 miles from Old Town Torrance, 11 miles from Los Angeles International Airport and less than 16 miles from downtown. city of Los Angeles.
Premier Design + Build Group Senior Project Manager Jeramy Mahfet was in charge of the project, working with Superintendent Kenny Holt and Principal and Southwest Market Leader Steven Gabbert.
Architectural design services were provided by RGA and Hunter Landscape was in charge of landscape architecture. Other companies involved in the project included Thienes Engineering for civil engineering services, DFA and Associates for structural engineering, while Air Control Systems supervised mechanical engineering.
Earlier this year, Ares Management purchased two industrial facilities under construction in Hialeah, Florida. The company paid $62 million and JLL worked on behalf of the seller, Flagler Global Logistics.