(Sunrise, FL – May 2, 2014) – PREMIER Design + Build Group begins progress on two speculative warehouse facilities in Broward County’s Dania Beach.
Bridge Development Partners, LLC selected PREMIER Design + Build Group, LLC to construct two new speculative warehouse facilities at Bridge Point Port 95 totaling 229,330 square feet. Both buildings are being constructed as Class A, 32-foot clear height, institutional grade warehouse buildings. Building A will span 95,680 square feet, Building B will be 133,650 square feet upon completion.
“This is a great introduction for PREMIER into the South Florida market. We are excited to have been selected by Bridge Development Partners for the project,” states PREMIER’s Senior Vice President Ben Branch. “Solid progress is being made on both structures, and we are inline with original cost and time scheduling projections.”
The building shells are being comprised of tilt-wall concrete, structural steel and clear anodized storefront glass. Fire protection is being carried out with an ESFR (Early Suppression Fast Response) fire sprinkler system.
An asphalt parking lot will be placed with 294 total spaces: 283 standard and 11 handicap stalls, to cover parking for both facilities. Onsite water retention is being carried out via exfiltration trenches and onsite retention ponds. Anticipated completion date for the entire project is July 2014.
The speculative warehouses are being constructed to accommodate various tenants including distributors, manufacturers and freight forwarders. Building A will be able to contain up to 4 tenants, Building B up to 6 tenants, each ranging in size from 20,000 – 100,000 square feet.
Julie Mahnich of PREMIER Design + Build Group, LLC is the project manager overseeing the development and Ed Lebak is the project superintendent. RLC Architects, Inc. is delivering architectural services and Landplan Engineering Consultants is the Civil Engineer. Christopher Metzger of Cushman and Wakefield and David Wigoda and Steven Wasserman from Jones Lang LaSalle are brokering the facilities.