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PIH Bloomfield MOB, Community Health Integrated

SANTA FE SPRINGS, CA – February 5, 2018 – Congratulations to Bloomfield Medical Office Building, PIH Health’s first ground-up primary & specialty care facility in Santa Fe Springs. Read More ››

Bloomfield Medical Office Building

The three-story, 35,076 square-foot facility provides the local community with access to high-quality medical services close to their homes and places of work. While PIH Health has updated and revamped many existing medical offices throughout the area, this is its first completed ground-up construction project in the Santa Fe Springs/Norwalk area. Centrally located between PIH Health Hospital – Whittier and PIH Health Hospital – Downey, the new Santa Fe Springs medical office building brings multi-disciplinary care to the neighborhood coupled with the latest in medical technology and facility design. The Bloomfield Medical Office Building offers the following services:

  • An Eye Care Center.
  • A Family Medicine office where primary care is offered for the entire family.
  • An Orthopedics & Sports Medicine office where patients can be seen for a wide range of services related to diagnosing and treating bone and joint conditions.
  • A Radiology Department providing X-rays when necessary.
  • An Urgent Care Center that is open daily, including holidays.
  • A Community Pharmacy where prescriptions can be sent by your physician electronically after an appointment, filled by a pharmacist, and conveniently purchased on the way out.
  • One centralized lobby and check-in area welcomes visitors to expedite patient registration. There is open space on the building’s third floor for added services that will reflect the evolving needs of the community.

Building exterior features: The ground floor of this 3-story, steel building is clad in granite while the second through third floors are clad in pre-finished metal panels and ribbon windows. The facility has a larger “sister”, building on the PIH Hospital campus, the Ernest D. Wells Medical Office Building, with a very similar façade that serves as a type of branding for the Hospital.

Building Area: 35,076 s.f.

Site Area: 101,362 s.f.

Quality Aluminum Forge

Oltmans Construction was awarded a GMP relocation project for Quality Aluminum Forge. The scope of the project is to construct a 40,056 s.f. metal building and assist in the relocation of QAF’s current manufacturing facility into this new smaller space.

Features of the project include:

• 7,750 s.f. Forging

• 1,615 s.f. Etching / Washing Station

• 3,500 Die Storage

• 2,850 s.f. Raw Materials Receiving

• 635 s.f. Office

• 2,700 s.f. Die Repair

• 2,560 s.f. Raw Materials

• 1,750 s.f. Die Flash

• 2,000 s.f. Etching / Washing

• 4,000 s.f. Heat Treat Quench

• 12,000 s.f. New Forging

• 4,000 s.f. Straighten / Heat Staging

• 7,000 s.f. Debur & Penetrent

• 10,000 s.f. Machine Shop

• 6,120 s.f. Warehouse & Shipping

Square Footage

40,056 s.f.

Town Center

Phase I:

Three-story, 120,000 s.f. structural steel, glass curtain wall system with interior build-out


Phase II:

Six (6) concrete tilt-up multi-tenant office buildings in a campus environment with water feature at office building entrance.

Gateway Diamond Bar

Gateway Diamond Bar

Full development of a 26-lot hillside multi-use business park inclusive of surrounding roadways and site utilities. Development also included two (2) 80,000 s.f. steel-structured three-story office buildings and one (1) 70,000 s.f. two-story commercial tilt-up structure.

Special Features

CTI Award for exterior tile facing.

Square Footage

230,000 s.f.

200 acres

Corona Summit Corporate Buildings

The scope of work is to construct four (4), LEED certified, corporate office buildings including site work at the Corona Summit Corporate Center.



Buildings 1 & 2

The project involves the construction of two (2), three-story office buildings (“warm core/cold shell” with lobby, restroom and elevator core). Both buildings are concrete tilt-up with composite metal panels and glass/glazing exterior.

Building 5

Building 5 is a single story office building and is a concrete tilt-up structure with glass/glazing exterior and includes core improvements.

Building 6

Building 6 is constructed using structural steel and the exterior skin is clad with a combination of precast concrete, GFRC (Glass Fiber Reinforced Concrete), composite metal panels and glass/glazing. Core improvements is also included in the scope of work.

Find out more about the future tenant improvement portion to the Building 1 development at: Atkinson/Clark Construction Tenant Improvement Project

Square Footage

Bldgs. 1 & 2 – Two (2), three-story tilt-up office buildings totaling 145,416 s.f.

Bldg. 5 – Single-story tilt-up office building totaling 24,000 s.f.

Bldg. 6 – One (1), six-story steel office building totaling 140,400 s.f.

Eastman Kodak

Eastman Kodak

Design build of a three-story office/digital film center including warehouse and distribution facility with one level of subterranean parking. Building constructed of structural steel with structural concrete decks and roof, aluminum curtain wall entries and a Structural F skin.


Special Features

First Floor: Temperature controlled film distribution facility.

Second Floor: Archival film vault featuring a rigid temperature/humidity controlled environment and a pre-action double interlock fire suppression system.

Third Floor: Offices and production facility for Cinesite digital film processing which includes a screening room, digital film processing rooms and executive office space.

Square Footage


117,854 s.f.