Miller Construction Completes Flagler Development’s Latest South Forida Industrial /Warehouse

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Miller Construction Company has completed the new, 171,944-square-foot Building 31 industrial/warehouse structure at the Flagler Station business park in the Miami market’s Airport West district, for Flagler Development. Working on an expedited schedule, Miller’s crews delivered the tilt-wall structure on time and on budget, according to VP Operations Jeff Slade.  Geared to the Miami market’s rising demand for a new generation of more efficient and flexible warehouse space, the building at 10200 NW 110 Avenue, Miami, allows for optimal rack layout, with 54-foot column spacing for bays and 30-foot clear-height ceilings. The building designed by RLC Architects features a bar joist roof structure and dock-high loading bays.  The flexible industrial/warehouse/distribution facility can include office space to accommodate tenants’ needs.

“Timely delivery of our project puts us in an excellent position to compete for the influx of industrial, distribution and warehousing tenants seeking Miami-Dade locations as the Port Miami tunnel nears completion and with PortMiami dredging underway to accommodate the larger Post-Panamax ships,” said Mike Janosky, senior project manager at Flagler Development.  “From preconstruction through completion, Miller’s team kept the focus on quality, timing and cost efficiency.”

In Flagler Station’s 900-acre, campus-like setting, the new building provides easy access to the Florida Turnpike, Dolphin Expressway and I-75. Flagler Station, South Florida’s largest business park, is just minutes from Miami International Airport and PortMiami.  Industry leaders including Ryder System, LagasseSweet and FedEx, among others, operate major facilities at Flagler Station.