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Center at Needham Ranch_Oltmans Construction

The Center at Needham Ranch, Phase 1-A

Phase 1-A construction includes mass infrastructure and grading as well as the creation of three (3) speculative concrete tilt-up warehouse and distribution centers (Buildings 1-3), which measure 62,340 s.f., 164,609 s.f., and 204,538 s.f., respectively. Phase 1 broke ground in August 2017 and is expected to begin deliveries during Q3 2018. Oltmans’ scope also includes the safe relocation of the 92-year-old Live Oak Manor rock archway, to make way for new improvements.

The Center at Needham Ranch is a 135-acre, master-planned business park offering state-of-the-art facilities on a speculative and build-to-suit basis. Once completed, the business center will provide up to approximately 4.3 million square feet of industrial, office, and research and development facilities.

Square Footage:

Building 1: 62,340 s.f.

Building 2: 164,609 s.f.

Building 3: 204,538 s.f.

Beckman Business Center

The Beckman Business Center is a revitalization of the former 44.3 acre Beckman Campus at Harbor Blvd and Lambert Road in Fullerton. The construction project will include the historic reuse of the original Beckman administration building along with the construction of seven (7) other concrete tilt-up buildings totaling 976,754 s.f.

Square Footage

Building 1: 309,439 s.f.

Building 2: 212,202 s.f.

Building 3: 41,891 s.f.

Building 4: 45,761 s.f.

Building 5: 78,523 s.f.

Building 6: 141,616 s.f.

Building 7: 105,322 s.f.

Building 8: 42,000 s.f.

Chino Kimball Industrial Business Park

Chino Kimball Industrial Business Park is a 68.71-acre, master-planned industrial park located east of the Chino Airport. Sares-Regis Group owns and professionally manages all 25 buildings, totaling 1.1 million square feet, with buildings ranging from 5,825 s.f. to 349,000 s.f. This project will be constructed in two phases: Phase I (currently under construction) will be buildings 1 – 8 and Phase II (future projects) will be buildings 9 – 25.

Square Footage: Phase I, buildings 1 through 8 totaling 1,030,727 s.f.

Columbia Business Center

New construction of Building 1, a 1,002,972 s.f. speculative concrete tilt-up building, part of a larger three (3)-building business park.Other components to the site are two shotcrete retaining walls located towards the South side of the site and east end of Building 1. The retaining walls are designed to direct water run-off into an onsite bioswale or building landscaping.

Building 1 also included 7,000 s.f. of tenant improvement work at southwest corner of the core and shell of Building 1. Tenant improvement construction included but is not limited to construction of mezzanine floor, wood stair case, steel stair case, partition walls, separate men and women bathrooms on first floor, and a janitor closet. Utility work included mechanical, electrical, plumbing, fire sprinkler and fire alarm.

Square Footage


1,002,972 s.f.

The Mix Phase I

Located at Harman Campus in the San Fernando Valley, The Mix is an existing warehouse space of 208,934 s.f. with 134,989 s.f. allotted for creative office space. Core build out included restrooms, lounge spaces, new entries and glazing on the existing masonry exterior walls, added skylights and decorative skylight monitors.

Square Footage

Total Building Area: 208,934 s.f.

United Pacific Headquarters

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 Pacific’s move from Gardena to Long Beach’s 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 company’s 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 Pacific’s 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 Pacific’s own gas station canopy of blue waves.

Square Footage:


40,376 s.f.

Amazon

Goodman Commerce Center Eastvale

Goodman Commerce Center Eastvale is one of the largest, mixed-use developments in Southern California. Spanning 200 acres, the Center will provide Class A logistics, retail, medical and business park facilities. Oltmans Construction provided preconstruction and construction services on industrial buildings 1, 2, & 3, including building TIs, as well as the 8 buildings that make up the business park, infrastructure and mass grading work. .

Square Footage

Building #1 1,007,705 s.f / Includes a 4-Level Mezzanine Inside The Building. Overall Building Area: 2,700,305 s.f.

Building #2 1,033,192 s.f.

Building #3 373,522 s.f.

Business Park (Buildings 1-8) 180,312 s.f. total, eight (8) multi-tenant and free standing buildings.

Infrastructure/Mass Grading Work Construction of a pedestrian bridge with two (2) elevators which crosses Goodman Way connecting to a 4.7-acre newly constructed parking lot (off-site), new streets, widening and improvements on Hamner, Bellegrave, Cantu-Galleano. Project is surrounded by different county lines and Oltmans coordinated with the City of Eastvale and the City of Ontario as well as Cal Trans, SCE and The Gas Company. Additional work included 3,200 ft. of industrial sewer, 6.1-acre detention basin/bioswales, curb & gutter, street lighting, signalization, and median & perimeter landscaping.

Meredith International Centre – QVC

QVC’s 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 (9’ x 10’)
  • GL Doors: 2 (12’ x 21’)
  • Clear Height: 36’ Minimum
  • Bay Spacing: 56’ x 60’
  • Slab: 7”(@ 4,000 psi)
  • Trailer Parking: 142
  • Car Parking: 736
  • Skylights: 3.0%
  • Sprinklers: ESFR (K-25)
  • Truck Court: 185’& 206.43’
  • Insulation: White R19
  • Lighting: LED 20 fc @ 36″ AFF
  • Power: 8,000 Amp

Square Footage:


1,053,225 s.f.

The Crossings @ 880

Largest industrial business park to be constructed in the San Francisco Bay Area within the past 15 years

The Crossings @880, which began construction in February 2014, is a nearly 700,000 square-foot, three concrete tilt-up building project spread over a 40-acre site in Fremont, California. The project is a joint venture between Overton Moore Properties and LaSalle Investment Management and is the largest industrial business park to be constructed in the San Francisco Bay Area within the past 15 years. This $40 million project includes three state of the art buildings ranging from 175,000 to 311,000 square-feet of advanced manufacturing and warehouse industrial space with ceiling heights of 32-feet and houses tenants such as Apple (Building 1), Pivot Interiors (Building 2), and Living Spaces (Building 3). As part of the project, Overton Moore Properties paid to connect Fremont Boulevard to Dixon Landing Road and I-880 in hopes it will spur additional activity in this part of Fremont by enhancing transportation connections.

Building 1 (Apple)

  • 174,578 s.f. warehouse/office
  • 10.93 acres
  • 128.8’ Truck Courts
  • 15 dock high doors (9’x10’)
  • 2 grade level doors (12’ x 14’)
  • 50’ x 52’ typical column spacing
  • T-5 warehouse lighting
  • 2/1,000 (355 standard cars)

Building 2 (Pivot Interiors)

  • 204,749 s.f. warehouse/office
  • 12.85 acres
  • 120’ Truck Courts
  • 16 dock high doors (9’x10’)
  • 9 grade level doors (12’ x 14’)
  • 50’ x 52’ typical column spacing
  • T-5 warehouse lighting
  • 1.86/1,000 (379 standard cars)

Building 3 (Living Spaces)

  • 311,469 s.f.
  • 16.73 acres
  • 120’ Truck Courts
  • 18 dock high doors (9’x10’)
  • 50’ x 52’ typical column spacing
  • T-5 warehouse lighting
  • 2/1,000 (636 standard cars)

Square Footage 690,793 s.f.

Pacific Pointe South – Vogel Properties (Bldg. 6)

FIRST PLACE, “BEST INDUSTRIAL PROJECT” AWARD 2014 Los Angeles Business Journal Commercial Real Estate Award

Vogel Properties – Building 6 (LEED Certified)

Building 6 is purchased by Vogel Properties and was built for immediate occupancy. It is a 147,564 s.f. spec building sitting on 7.86 acres. It includes 10,694 s.f. of 2-story HVAC office space and include 18,000 s.f. tenant improvements. There are 289 parking stalls, T-5 lighting with motion sensors, 2 grade level doors, and 16 dock high doors. It is a LEED building and includes a warehouse, breakroom, men and womens restroom, and exterior landscaping.

Overcoming Challenges

A challenge that occurred during construction were the necessity for a soil methane barrier and proximity to the airport. The previous occupants had contaminated the soil and a methane barrier needed to be installed below the concrete floors. This barrier is to protect the occupants of the new buildings. Each time there was underground work they had to be careful not to disturb that barrier. Long Beach Airport & FAA had several restrictions and codes the site had to abide by. For example, we had to obtain an FAA permit to utilize cranes. All equipment, light poles, trees, plants, and fences had to be below a 40 foot clearance and leave a clear path for emergency landings. One of the primary challenges on this job was weather. The site conditions had high concentrations of clay soil which retains a lot of moisture. Nov through Jan saw a lot of wet days. As a result the project schedule was delayed over 2 months. Since our clients wanted to get their tenants into the building ASAP, a series of strategic rescheduling and acceleration of work, was accomplished and we were able to still meet our client’s timeline with minimum dollars spent for overtime expenses.

Building Features

  • Concrete Tilt-Up
  • 2-Story Industrial Building
  • 147,564 s.f. Total Building Area
  • 68,426 s.f. Warehouse
  • 68,426 s.f. Manufacturing
  • 5,009 s.f. First Floor Office Area
  • 5,685 s.f. Second Floor Office Area
  • 342,317 s.f. Site Area (7.86 Acres)
  • Spec Tenant Improvements
  • Includes 1st & 2nd Floor Offices
  • Includes Site Work
  • Maximum Building Height of 43’-6”
  • 6” thick, 4,000 psi min. concrete slab
  • 16 Dock-High Doors
  • 2 Roll-Up Truck Doors 12’x14’
  • Electrical Room
  • ESFR Sprinkler System
  • 289 Auto Parking Spaces
  • 2.5% skylights
  • LEED Certified
  • Four (4)-ply Built-Up Roofing over Plywood Deck and Steel Roof Trusses

Square Footage 147,564 s.f.

Pacific Pointe South – United Pacific (Bldg. 5)

FIRST PLACE, “BEST INDUSTRIAL PROJECT” AWARD 2014 Los Angeles Business Journal Commercial Real Estate Award

United Pacific Industries – Building 5 (LEED Silver)

Building 5 is owned by United Pacific Industries, an automotive restorer and accessory designer and manufacturer. The new facility is 131,912 s.f. of 2-story mix office / warehouse used for distribution. The project is part of a 33 acre masterplan development by Sares Regis. The approximately 12,000 s.f. tenant improvement portion include a high-end lobby with wood flooring on the ceiling and stainless steel backlit; office area including mezzanine, hardwood flooring throughout, exposed duct ceiling design; corporate conference rooms, showrooms, upgraded kitchen area, polished concrete flooring, terrazo in the women’s and men’s restrooms, quartzite, and a bull pen area.

Building Features

  • Concrete Tilt-Up
  • 2-Story Industrial Building
  • 131,912 s.f. Total Building Area
  • 103,800 s.f. Warehouse
  • 15,600 s.f. Manufacturing
  • 6,157 s.f. First Floor Office Area
  • 6,355 s.f. Second Floor Office Area
  • 321,198 s.f. Site Area (7.37 Acres)
  • High-End Tenant Improvements
  • Includes Site Work
  • Maximum Building Height of 43’-6”
  • 6” thick, 4,000 psi min. concrete slab
  • 14 Dock-High Doors
  • 6 – 35,000 lb. Hydraulic Dock Leveler
  • 1 Roll-Up Truck Doors 12’x14’
  • Electrical Room
  • ESFR Sprinkler System
  • 284 Auto Parking Spaces
  • 2.5% skylights
  • LEED Silver
  • Four (4)-ply Built-Up Roofing over Plywood Deck and Steel Roof Trusses

Square Footage 131,912 s.f.

Pacific Pointe South – Turbo Air, Inc. (Building 7)

First Place, “Best Industrial Project” Award 2014 Los Angeles Business Journal Commercial Real Estate Award

Turbo Air Company – Building 7 (LEED Certified)

Building 7 is leased by Turbo Air, a maker of refrigeration cases for restaurants and grocery stores, and is used as a distribution/light manufacturing center with 13 loading docks. The building exterior is surrounded with a water pond that includes a fountain feature. The reception area includes hardwood flooring, tile, and a t-bar ceiling. The building includes high end conferences rooms with state-of-the art audio/visual systems, open office, several break-rooms, kitchen, storage for parts, mezzanine, and LED lighting throughout. The lounge has wood walls and millwork.

Building Features

  • Concrete Tilt-Up
  • 2-Story Industrial Building
  • 120,089 s.f. Total Building Area
  • 93,573 s.f. Warehouse
  • 1,800 s.f. Manufacturing
  • 7,193 s.f. First Floor Office Area
  • 6,651 s.f. Second Floor Office Area
  • 259,189 s.f. Site Area (5.95 Acres)
  • High-End Tenant Improvements
  • Includes 1st & 2nd Floor Offices
  • Includes Site Work
  • Maximum Building Height of 43’-6”
  • 6” thick, 4,000 psi min. concrete slab
  • 13 Dock-High Doors
  • 1 Roll-Up Truck Doors 12’x14’
  • Electrical Room
  • ESFR Sprinkler System
  • 181 Auto Parking Spaces
  • 2.5% skylights
  • LEED Certified
  • Four (4)-ply Built-Up Roofing over Plywood Deck and Steel Roof Trusses

Square Footage 120,089 s.f.

Stater Bros. Master Plan & Campus Development

Winner of the Bernard B. Barber Jr. Award of Excellence 2008 and ENR California Award of Merit Winner in the Industrial Category, 2009.

Stater Bros. Markets is the largest privately owned supermarket chain in southern California. New facilities were needed to consolidate and replace eight existing facilities totaling 1,700,000 s.f. into a single 2,200,000 s.f. energy and operationally-efficient distribution facility. Consolidation and design for high-performance buildings were the goals to reduce the cost of operation and maximize efficiency. Oltmans was brought on board as the Design/Build contractor to achieve these goals. Oltmans provided construction management services, value-engineering services and hired regional architectural and engineering firms for an integrated project delivery.

The Stater Bros. Campus Development project included 5 major buildings:

Corporate Office

A state-of-the-art, 2-story, concrete tilt-up/steel entry building with aluminum panels that consisted of conference rooms, executive suites, computer rooms, training centers, an auditorium, interior and exterior break rooms, kitchen, exterior patio, and courtyard area.

Maintenance Building & Dispatch/Returns Buildings

The project included two concrete tilt-up structures. Building #1 was 45,000 s.f. with 10,000 s.f. of office space and Building #2 was 46,000 s.f. with 15,000 s.f. of office space. The buildings included 16,700 s.f. of interior improvements, as well as service bays, automated interior trailer wash, bridge cranes, truck and trailer wash equipment.

Dry Goods Building

The Dry Goods Building was a 1,200,000 s.f., cross-dock facility with 2-1/2 acres of tenant improvements and more than 160 dock positions. The 40’-clearance warehouse had 100’ wide continuous staging areas and a shrinkage compensating concrete floor with steel-armored joints and a Traprock hardened finish throughout. More than 900 skylights provided the majority of the required daytime illumination and energy efficient T5 fluorescent fixtures with motion sensors were installed for nighttime use. The building was completely racked and overhead trash conveyors continuously removed container debris. A forklift maintenance area with a 10 ton overhead crane was constructed within the building to service the client’s 500 forklifts. 48,000 s.f. was dedicated to forklift parking alone and the building boasts the largest and most advanced automated forklift battery maintenance system in the country. Enhanced security features included nearly 800 cameras which are monitored 24 hours a day. Since the facility is continuously operated, nearly 1,500 employees pass through the main entrance turnstiles daily via an advanced access control system.

Stater Bros. Climate Controlled/Perishable Building

The 700,000 s.f. cold storage distribution center was a 40-ft-high concrete tilt-up building with various climate control areas.

Temperatures in the building ranged from 55 to -20 degrees Fahrenheit. The roofing consisted of a high efficient single ply PVC membrane. To meet the budget and schedule challenges of the owner, this project was led by Oltmans Construction Co., which hired the project architect and structural engineer.

Square Footage

Corporate Office Building 120,615 s.f.

Maintenance and Dispatch 91,000 s.f.

Climate Controlled Building 700,000 s.f.

Dry Goods Building 1,200,000 s.f.

Total Including Site 2,200,000 s.f.

Columbia 24 / AMB Torrance Matrix

The project is a class A business park consisting of twenty-four (24) concrete tilt-up speculative office buildings on a 9-acre site at the southeast corner of Columbia and Maple Street in Torrance, CA. The development is to accommodate light industrial, office, research and development tenants. The buildings ranged from approximately 5,900 s.f. to 8,300 s.f. for a total project of 161,785 s.f.. Each building was constructed with an office mezzanine. Associated site work includes parking lot, landscaping, ADA ramps/guardrails, paving, sidewalks, etc.

Square Footage


Total Building Area: 162,000 s.f.

Chino South Industrial Center Buildings 1-4

The Sares-Regis Group/Chino South Industrial Center Bldgs. 1-4 project, located in Chino, is a LEED Gold, approximately 2,000,000 s.f. concrete tilt-up industrial warehouse/office project valuing approximately $68,000,000. The project scope involved ground-up construction of four (4) buildings with interior buildouts for Buildings 1 & 2 for tenants EuroPro and Yokohama Tire respectively, and speculative buildings 3 & 4. The scope of the project involved mass grading 1.3 million cubic yards of dirt and the removal of existing oil and water wells during the grading process, placement of approximately 100,000 cubic yards of concrete for on and off site work and the addition of 3,000 lineal feet of new streets for the City of Chino.

To qualify for LEED GOLD certification, sustainable considerations include efficient stormwater quality and quantity treatment, water efficient landscaping, implementation of renewable energy with the installation of 765 KW DC rooftop solar energy system and accommodations for low-emitting, and fuel-efficient vehicles onsite.

The project is completed in three phases: Phase 1 – Buildings 1 & 2, Phase 2 – Building 3, and Phase 3 – Building

Square Footage

Gross Site Area: 2,840,429 s.f.

Total Building Area: 2,069,239 s.f.

Building 1: 799,052 s.f. / Building 2: 658,756 s.f. / Building 3: 522,267 s.f. / Building 4: 89,164 s.f.