Two speculative tilt wall industrial facilities on a 55-acre site in totaling 1,006,338 sf.
A 140,056 SF packaging, processing and warehouse space for the American Meat Corporation. This project also includes Tenant Finish out consisting of freezer, cooler, dry pack, process and box make-up areas, 15 dock positions on the north side, IMP panel insulation utilized in all cool spaces, a complete process room with SS floor drains and plumbing connections and an office space with mezzanine.
Phase one of this project includes the demolition of an existing 250,000 sf building with associated pavement and site improvements.
Phase two consist of new construction of a 328,000 sf air conditioned tilt wall distribution facility with 13,000 sf being office finish out.
This project consist of a three building development of speculative office/warehouse. Building 1 clear height is 24′ and Buildings 2 & 3 are 28′ clear. Envelopes are load bearing tilt-up concrete panels on reinforced concrete foundations. Exterior to be painted concrete panels, glass and thin brick veneer. Building slabs to be 6″ concrete with 10 mil vapor barrier. Roof to be white 45mil TPO mechanically fastened on rigid insulation. Roof structure to be metal deck, steel bar joists and girders supported by steel columns. ESFR wet-pipe fire protection system will be installed per NFPA-13 requirements.
This project is an 85,333 SF single-story tilt wall shell office/industrial warehouse consisting of 8 inch concrete tilt panel walls on a reinforced pier foundation, 6 inch concrete slab on grade, 30 foot clear steel structure, metal decking, .60 mil TPO roofing over rigid insulation, ESFR wet pipe sprinkler system, site paving, security fencing, and landscaping. Dock package includes dock seals, bumpers, overhead doors, and z-guard track protection. Building exterior is a textured paint coating. Exterior walls utilize concrete reveals, formliner and accent painting to provide architectural appeal. Windows and entrances are aluminum frame with 1 inch insulated, tinted, low-E glass. The interior slab at the southern portion of the warehouse is 4 feet lower, allowing for interior secure drive-in storage.
Samaritan’s Purse also included Tenant Improvement, which scope included all offices, restrooms, breakrooms, and warehouse fit-out. This Coppell location serves as the organization’s Texas-Lousiana Regional Office to help support their humanitarian aid and international relief efforts.