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This 96-acre distribution center development, master planned for Graham & Company by Designform, includes four distribution warehouses. Each planned facility can be viewed from the highway across a permanent landscaped pond that is also used for drainage retention.

The development consists of four facilities of differing sizes, one totaling 560,000-square-foot, one 356,000-square-foot, one 247,000-square-foot, and one 206,000-square-foot. Constructed of steel frame with exterior tilt-up concrete wall panels, each building is designed with provisions for up to three separate tenants.

Features include 32’-0” clear storage height, cross-dock capabilities, and 185’ truck aprons for additional trailer storage. The structures are conventional steel frame with load bearing concrete tilt-up wall construction. Column spacing is 52’-0”, and dock doors are 13’-0” on center. As with all large Designform distribution center projects, the sprinkler system is ESFR.

The facilities also feature a reveal pattern and subtle shades of color combined with large glass corner treatments to establish scale.
Designform provided site planning, architectural design, structural engineering, civil engineering, construction documentation, tenant planning, interior design and project management services for this development.

Land planning and infrastructure design for this new distribution and manufacturing-based

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