Rehabilitation of the old Nissan warehouse & distribution center into a contemporary fulfillment facility. The revitalization and repositioning of the project includes decommissioning of Nissanās existing operations, demolition of the existing mezzanine, racking and two separate office buildings. The facility will receive completely new ESFR, plumbing, electrical, and mechanical systems with all new connections and equipment to handle the anticipated increased loads.
A brand new main entry facade with oversized glazing, and wrought-iron perimeter fencing will be added to the south side of the facility. Twenty-two new dock doors will also support the increase in fulfillment capacity, along with widening of the two existing truck approaches on Walnut St. Energy conserving skylights and LEDs will replace the existing system throughout and over 35 trees will be replaced with more drought tolerant landscaping. A retaining wall will also run the length of the property on the north side.
Building Area: 373,887 s.f.
Oltmans Construction Co. was awarded the revitalization of the former Beckman Coulter campus located in Fullerton. A majority of the campus was redeveloped and converted into a seven building concrete tilt-up, business park.
Building 8, Beckman Coulterās original administration building was historically restored as the new A.J. Kirkwood & Associates Headquarter office. Tenant Improvements to the historical building included new offices, break rooms, conference rooms, cubicle farms for teams, a new roof and mechanical system as well as new finishes throughout. Highlights to the office include numerous planters throughout as well as a highlight poured-in-place fountain in the lobby of the building.
Square Footage: 43,000 s.f.
Refresh and revitalization of an existing two (2)-story retail space into a Living Spaces Showroom, within the Westfield Oakridge Mall in San Jose. The scope of work includes new exterior doors, interior non-structural walls, new finishes throughout and improvements to the mechanical ductwork, new electrical, additional plumbing and an outdoor storage area.
Square footage: 111,987 s.f.
Oltmans is currently constructing a two-story concrete tilt-up distribution center with 8,000 s.f. of office space for Newcastle Partners, Inc. The project includes all associated on- and off-site work, mezzanine, and tenant improvement for a facility that features:
- 36 dock high doors
- 1 grade level door
- 36 minimum clear height
- 2000 Amps
- 277/480 volt power (Exp to 4000 A)
- ESFR sprinkler system
- 50 trailer stalls
- Full secured truck court
- 176 car parking spaces
277,636 s.f. (building)
687,069 s.f. (site area)
Los Angeles, CA ā February 20, 2018 ā We are excited to share that the United Pacific Headquarters project located in Douglas Park, Long Beach was awarded silver award at this year’s Los Angeles Business Journal’s Commercial Real Estate Awards. Read More ››
In 2012, SRG Commercial (SARESā¢REGIS Group) gained control of a rare, large, undeveloped parcel of land in Ontario, off of Vineyard and the I-10 Freeway. The site was originally part of a high-density plan area, developed in 1981, consisting of office, retail, hotel, and residential space. With fluctuations in market demand, a plan was devised to develop a new, state-of-the-art industrial park providing three million square feet of building area on 150 acres. According to SRG, the site was entitled in approximately 12 months, encompassing a Specific Plan Amendment, General Plan Amendment, zone change, development agreement, and full EIR. Entitlements were completed in Spring 2015 and construction commenced immediately thereafter.
The new Meredith International Centre is a warehouse and distribution complex comprised of seven buildings. Oltmans Constructionās scope of work involved 14 separate contracts which included everything from the construction of buildings 1 through 7, to the interior build-out of all seven buildings, to infrastructure, and off-site work. The facilities are LEED Certified and include high-efficiency lighting, heating/cooling, and solar rooftops on buildings 2, 3, 6, and 7.
Soil reports showed that the site was fairly sandy, and since the land was undeveloped, the grading portion of the project had a short duration. The primary challenge was to level and develop all 150 acres of the site. The pads were all graded at once and adjusted to balance, but the first completed building had the most time sensitive schedule. Building 7 for QVC was completed in ten months, and included one million square feet of warehouse and distribution space. Street improvements included a total of 13,700 linear feet of new road, with 6,500 linear feet being opened to traffic, and included such improvements as landscaped medians; concrete paving; asphalt paving; storm drains; sewer, domestic and recycled water lines; SCE, Frontier and Spectrum communication lines; street lights; traffic signals (ten new and one modified intersection); two-inch city cable conduit; and landscaping. Improvements also included 32 new SCE services with meter pedestals, applications, inspections, and releases at each individual meter. Two bridges were widened by eight feet and 14 feet to include new foundations with piling, new precast beams, and concrete bridge deck and railings. Under the Corps of Engineer, storm drain connections were installed. A 30-inch, 780-foot-long sleeve for a sewer siphon was installed 40 feet deep, totaling 7,000 linear feet of major storm drains. All storm drains were equipped with diversion manholes and tied into two distilling basins.
Buildings 1 through 6 range in size from 128,308 square feet to 573,889 square feet, and are LEED Gold Certified. All fully-leased buildings, Oltmans provided tenant improvements for:
- Building 1 – The Wheel Group – 138,784 s.f.
- Building 2 – Distribution Logistics – 553,136 s.f.
- Building 3 – The Gilbert Company – 398,517 s.f.
- Building 4 – Metropolitan Logistics Services – 128,308 s.f.
- Building 5 – Metro Air Service – 155,291 s.f.
- Building 6 – Best Buy – 573,899 s.f.
QVCās first West Coast distribution center is a state-of-the-art, 1,053,225-square-foot, LEED Gold facility located off of the I-10 freeway in Ontario.
Oltmans installed solar rooftop panels on buildings 2, 3, 6, and 7. Each building received ~250kW of solar.
Total Building SF 3,001,160 s.f.
Meredith Site Area 150 acres
Formerly known as United Oil, United Pacific–through its convenience stores and its retail and wholesale fuel distribution network–has established itself as one of the largest independent owners, suppliers and operators of gas stations and convenience stores in the western United States. United Pacific offers motor fuels products under the 76, Conoco, Shell and United Oil flags and convenience-store items through the We Got It! Food Mart, My Goods Market and Circle K brands.
United Pacificās move from Gardena to Long Beachās Douglas Business Park is a highly anticipated one. An employee driven decision, United Pacific sought for a space that promotes collaboration, drives productivity, and fosters employee retention and dedication. The new corporate headquarters is a 40,376 s.f., 2-story build-to-suit concrete tilt-up building on an 115,455 s.f. site at the corner of Worsham Avenue and Cover Street in Long Beach, California.
Project Highlights Include
- Infusion of the companyās culture and history into the new and modern space. Signature wall placement of vintage photos, corporate history timeline, and an employee recognition display.
- Visitors are greeted in the front lobby by a classic 1953 Chevy Bel Air Convertible that has been repurposed into a reception desk and parked in front of two gas pumps.
- The Rocket C-Store, a fully stocked, life-size mockup of United Pacificās owned and operated gas station convenience stores.
- Other considerations to promote employee wellness, openness, and engagement include sound masking technologies, natural light, large open workspaces, ample appropriately sized meeting spaces, a fitness center, upstairs game area, community kitchen and outdoor entertainment area.
- Upscale finishes and contemporary details include a custom conference table, carpet, lighting, wall tiling and high-end furnishings.
- Wood panels in variations of blue were individually hand-cut to achieve the look of waves, which were inspired by United Pacificās own gas station canopy of blue waves.
Square Footage:40,376 s.f.
Construction of new single 2 story, 44,500 s.f. medical office building, Oltmans scope included core & shell construction, complete site work and landscaping improvements, and renovation of an existing parking structure. Project highlights include white oak stairs, European lobby wall tiling, and an iconic surfboard sculpture symbolizing the Huntington Beach lifestyle. Coordination between building tenants (MemorialCare and Fresenius Medical) and their contractors allowed this facility to be operational shortly after Oltmans scope was complete. Renovation of the existing parking structure required close collaboration between the Ware Malcomb, Oltmans, and our subcontractors to provide an innovative solutions for this aging structure. The pavilion will be a Class A medical office building located along busy Beach Blvd in Huntington Beach.
Building Features include:
- On-site free surface and covered structure parking
- Close proximity to the 405 freeway
- Approximately 58,000 cars per day along Beach Boulevard
Square Footage:44,500 s.f.
QVCās first west coast distribution center is located at SRG Commercial’s (Sares Regis Group) new Meredith International Centre Development. The QVC Distribution Center is the first facility to be completed out of a seven building campus. The project is a 1,053,225 s.f. state-of-the-art facility located off the I-10 freeway in Ontario. It has also notably been awarded LEED Gold Certification. Sustainable considerations include high-efficiency lighting, heating/cooling and include 250kW of Solar rooftop.
The facility features:
- Building Area: 1,053,225 s.f.
- Site Area: 41.86 acres
- Office Area: 40,995 s.f.
- DH Doors: 108 (9ā x 10ā)
- GL Doors: 2 (12ā x 21ā)
- Clear Height: 36ā Minimum
- Bay Spacing: 56ā x 60ā
- Slab: 7ā(@ 4,000 psi)
- Trailer Parking: 142
- Car Parking: 736
- Skylights: 3.0%
- Sprinklers: ESFR (K-25)
- Truck Court: 185ā& 206.43ā
- Insulation: White R19
- Lighting: LED 20 fc @ 36″ AFF
- Power: 8,000 Amp
Square Footage:1,053,225 s.f.
The Collins & Katz Family YMCA is a community-focused nonprofit with recreational programs & services for all ages. Via a joint-use agreement on LAUSD property and under DSA jurisdiction, the new facility is a 76,136 s.f., ground-up, building project consisting of a gymnasium, executive offices, exercise rooms, indoor swimming pools, classrooms, saunas, steam rooms, a rooftop track and a rooftop basketball court. Oltmansā scope of work also includes the fire-life safety and elevator scopes for the adjacent parking structure that is built concurrently. Upon completion, the building not only serves the thousands of members of the YMCA, but also provides many years of use for the University High School students. Interesting features of the project include a curved copper roof, extensive MEPs, a structure made up of tilt-up panels, masonry, cast in place concrete, and a glass curtain wall.
Square Footage: 76,136 s.f.
This is a multi-phased project with over 20 buildings; all two-story āflex-techā type office buildings and includes cores, restrooms and elevators as well as steel and wood-framed concrete tilt-up commercial structures, which includes the extensive use of architectural featured glass and glazing, arcade accent entry panels with aluminum grills and well-appointed courtyard areas with upgraded landscaping and exterior lighting features.
Square Footage1,000,000 s.f.
The Rockwell Scientific project is a two-story concrete tilt-up with 55,000 s.f. of office and manufacturing space. The ground floor of this space includes 16,000 s.f. of class100 clean rooms with computers and manufacturing and 20,000 s.f. of laboratory facilities and 12,800 s.f. of mezzanine office space. Site activity includes R&D and manufacturing of imaging and optical components and systems.
Square Footage67,800 s.f.
The building is a concrete tilt-up helicopter and maintenance fabrication facility with 2-story offices. The space includes a white reflective manufacturing building floor and 7% skylights. Additions made to the project were an adjacent 2-story flight test center, 10,000 s.f. of office and classroom area, 2,000 s.f. covered parking, 25ā motorized hangar doors that open directly onto the airport tarmac, compressed airlines, electrical buss ducts and thermally controlled environment.
250,000 s.f. (Phase I & II)
216,200 s.f. (Phase III)
133,720 s.f. (Addition)
The unique infrastructure of these three (3) two-story concrete tilt-up buildings included a dramatic glass curtain wall framed by the offset eastern facades of the other two buildings, floor to ceiling glass-enclosed walkways connecting the buildings and 9-foot floor to ceiling windows to create a dramatic effect. Also, the project required specialized cabling for the laboratory and an acoustical ceilings was used to reduce noise and vibration due to large equipment use. Major site work and extensive landscaping was also completed within the scope of work.
Square Footage179,701 s.f.