Fairlane Distribution Center
Anyone who builds in the Pittsburgh market knows of its topographical and seasonal construction challenges. Developing a regional industrial park takes highly skilled developers with a great level of flexibility to rectify the challenges of a given site with the constraints of a competitive national market.
This project is part of Castlebrook Development’s Master Plan for Big Beaver Borough, where 3 or 4 new buildings will occupy the site totaling more than 1,000,000 square feet. The site is a great a place to situate a large industrial building proximate to the regional highway system within a market that does not have a current inventory of Class A Distribution/Industrial buildings.
This specific facility will come in right around 400,000 square feet and will be built using the Tilt-Up Construction method to accelerate the construction schedule. It is designed as flex space for warehouse or distribution tenants. The building will be modular, meaning that it can support 1-4 tenants depends on the preferred fit-out once tenants are defined.
Year to be Completed
Million Square Foot Site
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Real Time Budgeting
This model has been used to provide customized pricing for multiple prospective tenants on short notice.
The model has design options built in to quicktly visualize different dock configurations and quantities.
Coordination at Inception
Prior to any drawing documentation, details such as drainage strategy were able to be evaluated to mitigate future coordination isssues.