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Moreno Valley Logistics Center, Building 1

The Moreno Valley Logistics Center is located a mile east of Interstate 215. Over the span of a ten-month construction schedule, Oltmans completed Building 1, a S-1/B, Type III-B, 1,331,763-s.f., concrete tilt-up shell on a 2,727,285 s.f. site area, including tenant improvements.

Associated improvements to the project site include surface parking areas, vehicle drive aisles, truck courts, utility infrastructure, landscaping, exterior lighting, signage, three water quality/detention basins, and street frontage improvements. The project includes a 300kW solar power system, ESFR K-28 fire sprinkler system, and an eight-inch thick slab.

Building Area: 1,332,000 s.f.

Site Area: 2,727,000 s.f.

 

CR Laurence 2716 Vernon, Oltmans Construction

CRL Vernon Ave. & 45th St.

Oltmans Construction Co. provided preconstruction, general contracting, and concrete services for the construction of two (2), ground-up, office/warehouse buildings including all associated landscaping and site work. The buildings are located on the CR Laurence campus and are part of a series of projects that Oltmans Construction has built for the customer. The two projects were constructed and completed simultaneously.

2716 Vernon Ave., Vernon, CA: The project is a concrete tilt-up, two (2)-story, Type IIIB, office and warehouse building. The first floor includes 2,650 s.f. of office space as well as 21,352 s.f. of warehouse space. The second floor mezzanine includes 3,602 s.f. of office space.

2651 45th Street, Vernon, CA: The larger of the two projects is a concrete tilt-up, 2-story, Type IIIB, office and warehouse building. The first floor includes 11,500 s.f. of office space as well as a 71,366 s.f. warehouse. The second floor mezzanine includes 5,553 s.f. of office space. The building entrance features CRL’s Aluminum Unit Glazed Storefront System.

IPT Harbour Way

Black Creek’s IPT Harbour Way in Richmond, California lies on 10.59 acres along the San Francisco Bay’s Harbor Channel. The facility has been designed as a 172,408-s.f. Class-A industrial, dock-high, speculative warehouse building with 10,000 s.f. of office space as well as an associated concrete surface parking lot. In addition to grading and the construction of the warehouse and office spaces, Oltmans Construction is also providing services for landscaping, utilities, open-space, and offsite and onsite improvements.

Due to the project’s location on the harbor, the project team was tasked with mitigating heavy bay mud and high ground water as they prepped for the building foundation. To do so, Oltmans Construction utilized Auger Cast ColumnTM and Drill Displacement ColumnTM (ACC/DDC) technology to increase soil stiffness, bearing capacity, and resistance to liquefaction. 18 inches in diameter and drilled to a depth of 50 feet, the ACC/DDCs were located and installed two beneath each interior pier for structural column support.

Square Footage:

Building: 182,408 s.f.

Site Area: 461,684 s.f. (10.59 ac)

Goodman Commerce Center at Eastvale – Pedestrian Bridge and Parking Lot

Oltmans Construction Co. provided preconstruction and construction services for the Goodman Way Pedestrian Bridge and Parking Lot project. The bridge is approximately 155’ long with two elevators. It supports two 54” tall, 127’ long beams with 16” wide x 1-1/2”thick top and bottom flanges. Parking lot is 4.7 acres with 26 security cameras, 731 stalls (including ADA parking, Clean Air/EV Charging Stations), and two emergency blue light phones.

The bridge and parking lot was part of a larger contract for the Goodman Logistics Center Eastvale project. It was built concurrently with construction of Building 1 (LGB3) and offsites.

Meredith International Centre Bldgs 1-7, Infrastructure and Solar

In 2012, SRG Commercial (SARES•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 Construction’s 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.

Infrastructure

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 1-6

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.

Buildings 7 – QVC’s West Coast Distribution Center

QVC’s 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.

Solar

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

Citrus Pump Station Office & Storage Building

Oltmans Construction Co. is a subcontractor under Ames Construction (GC). Our scope involves the construction of an office buiding and a storage building at the Citrus Pump Station for the Department of Water Resources.

Square Footage


6,000 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.

I.A.C. Commerce Center – Mass Grading

106- acres of street improvements and infrastructure work.

The IAC Commerce Center will be a net 70-acre business park that will accommodate 1.3 million s.f. of industrial buildings.

Size


106-Acres

Goodman Logistics Center

Oltmans Construction Co. was awarded Goodman’s 1,589,946 s.f., Goodman Logistics Center in Rancho Cucamonga. The project scope includes: two (2) cross-dock facilities of 555,664 s.f. (Building 1) and 1,034,282 s.f. (Building 2), an off-site street improvements plan which included ten (10) master plan storm drain facilities on Etiwanda from 6th Street to Arrow Route, frontage improvements on Arrow Route and Etiwanda Avenue, and the installation of two new traffic signals at the site entrance.

Buildings Features:

  • 36 ft. clear height
  • Bldg 1: 130 and Bldg 2: 267 dock doors
  • 56’ x 60’ typical column spacing
  • 20% power savings with Rancho Cucamonga Power
  • Truck court depths of a minimum of 185 ft.
  • Abundant trailer parking
  • Offices to suit
  • LEED certified shell

Square Footage: 1,589,946 s.f.

Building 1: 555,664 s.f.

Building 2: 1,034,282 s.f.

Cabrillo Offsite

Street work on Los Carneros Road, Hollister Avenue, Coromar Drive and Calle Koral in Goleta, CA.

Perris Valley Commuter Rail Extension

Oltmans Construction joint ventured with Ames Construction to complete four (4) rail stations and one (1) rail layover facility including all associated on and offsite work.

Overview

Construction of the Perris Valley Line (PVL), which extends Metrolink commuter rail service on the 91 Line, began in October 2013. Led by the Riverside County Transportation Commission (RCTC), the PVL is the first extension of Metrolink service since the Antelope Valley Line, which was built in 1994. The PVL continues rail service 24 miles from the downtown Riverside station to south Perris, with four new stations constructed at Riverside Hunter Park, Moreno Valley/March Field, Downtown Perris and South Perris. The project also includes construction and rehabilitation of railroad tracks, upgrades at-grade crossings and improvements of existing tracks. The PVL provides greater access to Southern California’s commuter rail network for residents in Menifee, Murrieta, Temecula, San Jacinto, Hemet, Lake Elsinore and Wildomar.

Square Footage

Site Area 28.89 acres or 1,258,599 s.f.

Building Area 592,810 s.f.

Boeing 717 Improvements Phase I & II

This project involves significant site demolition inclusive of removal of three buildings and a mezzanine in one of the two existing Boeing hangars, repair of site slab, asphalt paving, modification to storm drain, masonry block walls, hardscape, infill tunnels running under Lakewood Blvd., and landscaping.

Square Footage 1,000,000+ s.f.

National Orange Show

Oltmans’ scope of work included the construction of a new 592,810 s.f. concrete tilt-up, speculative warehouse, Orange Show Logistics Center building with all on and off-site utility improvements including SCE, grading, 72” storm drain, street lights, street widening, etc. The project is located at the world renowned National Orange Show Fairgrounds.

Oltmans team and contractors worked with governing authorities like Caltrans, City of San Bernardino, and Verizon. The team fully implemented the site erosion control plan , BMP Implementation and SWPPP.

Building Highlights

  • 592,710 s.f.
  • Cross-dock warehouse
  • 106 dock high doors (9’ x10’)
  • 218 trailer parking stalls
  • 4 ground level loading doors (12’ x14’)
  • 32’ warehouse clearance
  • ESFR sprinklers
  • Offices to suit
  • 225’ – 185’ secured truck courts
  • 7 concrete slab
  • Scrim foil at ceilings
  • Painted warehouse walls
  • 52’ x 60’ typical bay spacing
  • 2.5% skylights
  • 800 amps, 277/480 volts,
  • 3 phase electrical service
  • (Expandable to 4,000 amps)

Square Footage


592,810 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.

Quinn Company, City of Industry

Quinn’s new and expanded operations facility was built to better serve their customers throughout the Los Angeles area. A major challenge for this project was designing and constructing a single building that allowed for the consolidation of their various service components such as administrative operations, repair, sales and training, which were prior to construction, separated into several detached buildings. The new facility needed to be sustainable, economical, and highly efficient. Through the collaborative effort by Quinn Group, HPA Architects, and Oltmans Construction Co., the project came to fruition in the form of this turn-key, 234,100 s.f., 2-story, concrete tilt-up, “one-stop-shop”, commercial facility. The newly constructed building houses a full-service Parts and Sales Area, HR/Training Center, Service Operation Office Area, Parts Warehouse, Heavy Equipment Shop, and Component Rebuild Center (CRC).The CRC includes a Welding Machine Shop and a Dynamometer Engine Testing Room & Equipment Area. A technical component of the project was providing a system that would support the needs of the dynamometer or “dyno” machine, which is considered one of the largest owned by Quinn. The new support system involved the construction of an underground water tank, which feeds a cooling tower that was installed adjacent to the CRC building solely for the purpose of the dyno machine. In addition, the Heavy Equipment Shop and CRC warehouses have26 Overhead and Jib Cranes that are used for lifting and moving large CAT equipment. An effective exterior and interior rail system was installed into the concrete foundation to facilitate the transportation of equipment to shop areas. Also, constructed on-site were two (2) additional stand alone buildings: the Wash Building, a covered area for cleaning equipment and the Transportation Building, an office area for security and controlling of their equipment yard.

Sustainable/green building components were included in the design and construction of the project. The project was built to the requirements of LEED Gold utilizing the following green components:

  • 722 kW rooftop solar
  • High efficiency glazing systems
  • Two on-site clarifiers approximately 2,000 gallons each that separates oil and water prior to draining into the sewer system
  • 25 recirculating large diameter fans
  • Completely insulated facility with single-ply roof
  • Energy efficient mechanical systems
  • Installation of rooftop solar panels
  • Open space design
  • Indirect lighting
  • Drought tolerant landscaping

Size of Project: 21 acres

Site and Building Square Footage: 920,400 s.f.

Building Coverage Including all Floors: 232,000 s.f.

Concrete: 32,000 Cubic Yards of Concrete