Chandler 202- Phases I & II
Frye Road Industrial Park consists of 6 high bay industrial buildings built in two phases. The first phase includes three concrete tilt panel buildings with 22 feet clear height. These three buildings total 114,830 s.f. Two of the buildings have deep bays to provide for a single tenant. (or a maximum of 2 tenants). These buildings are designed for large footprint manufacturing and storage uses with associated office space. The third building is designed to be subdivided for multiple tenants, divisible down to approximately 4,500 s.f. These buildings also have dock high truckwells along the rear of the building.
The second phase also consists of three concrete tilt panel buildings. These buildings also have 22 feet clear height but bays are shallower. These buildings contain more glass and openings along the building's front facade to allow the building to be subdivided into approximately 5,000 s.f. tenants. These three buildings share a truckwell at the rear of the buildings.
The site plan for these phases was designed to combine all the retention into one area. Discussed and shown in the master plan for Frye Road Industrial Park. This resulted in an approximately 2 acre densely vegetated retention basin that was also utilized as a park for tenants. There is parking located along the fronts of the buildings for visitors and additional parking and loading at the rear of the buildings for tenants.
- Completion Date, Phase I: 1999
- Completion Date, Phase II: 2003
- Structural, Phase I: Caruso Turley Scott Consulting Engineers
- Structural, Phase II: Paul Koehler Engineers
- Mechanical/Plumbing: Mechanical Design Engineers
- Electrical: Tony Woo Engineering
- Civil: CMX Group Engineering
- Landscape Architect: Vollmer & Associates
- Contractor, Phase I: Caviness Construction
- Contractor, Phase II: ForeSite Construction
- Client: Kieckhefer Company
- Location: Chandler, AZ
- Category: Commercial