Knowing that speed to market was a priority for Lincoln Property Company, our team drafted a logistical schedule for building out all three warehouse/distribution buildings in the industrial park simultaneously, which also trimmed construction costs. The project includes tilt-wall shell construction of the 212,760-square-foot Building 100, as well as 96,540-square-foot Building 200 and 106,160-square-foot Building 300. The business park’s 20-acre site is bounded on the east by Florida East Coast Railroad property. With Building 100 located close to the boundary, Miller’s crews built one side of that building from the interior by lifting and tilting panels outward. The buildings maximize warehouse and distribution operational efficiency with a 36-foot clear height ceiling and 60- by 54-foot interior column spacing in Building 100. Buildings 200 and 300 have 32-foot clear height ceilings and 50- by 52-foot interior column spacing.

Project Details

Client: Lincoln Property Company

Architect: RLC Architects

Size: 415,460 SF

Miller Construction