The project is a concrete tilt-up warehouse/distribution facility with a clear span of approximately 100’. The structure consist of tilt-up panels, steel joist/trusses with panelized roof as well as a 10” thick floor slab, interior rails, and two (2) 30-ton crane bays. The Budway Silo project’s scope involves building a concrete platform and installing the silo and carbis unit on an existing site.
Single two-story concrete tilt-up cross-dock warehouse/distribution and corporate office.
Distribution Warehouse: Hybrid panelized roof structure, ESFR fire sprinkler system with 60,239 s.f metal deck with concrete fill mezzanine, cross dock with full concrete truck yards, Alucobond clad concrete panels and entry, sewer lift station, water booster pump system, and inline storm drain filtration unit. Tenant Improvement: 70,000 s.f. tenant improvement featuring interior storefront separation, glass hand rail, Alucobond panels at interior soffit, one elevator, Rapistan conveyor system and a 2000 kw back-up generator.
Oltmans Construction Co. completed the 308,000 s.f. DHL West Coast air and ground shipping and sorting facility that is part of the March Global Port redevelopment at the March Air Reserve Base. The highly technical component of the project involved designing and erecting the concrete tilt-up building that would accommodate DHL’s one-of-a-kind $35 million sophisticated materials handling conveyor system, which constituted more than 80% of the entire facility. Oltmans also provided the build-out of all interior support structures including: a 210,000 s.f. material handling area, 14,000 s.f. of office space, 2,000 s.f. electrical room, 36,000 s.f. parcel sorting mezzanine area, 24-1200 s.f./24-hour computer room enhanced by six back up generators, 31 ft. minimum interior clearance, 8000 amps of power, and 116 dock high positions for both airplanes and trucks. The building was built with future expansion in mind with a less permanent wall on one end and a structural capacity for several openings at the opposite end.
THe DHL facility was designed to provide immediate airstrip access, enabling planes to pull right up to the structure. The sorting facility supports 11 flights a day, transporting up to 500,000 packages daily.
The building is a concrete tilt-up helicopter and maintenance fabrication facility with 2-story offices. The space includes a white reflective manufacturing building floor and 7% skylights. Additions made to the project were an adjacent 2-story flight test center, 10,000 s.f. of office and classroom area, 2,000 s.f. covered parking, 25’ motorized hangar doors that open directly onto the airport tarmac, compressed airlines, electrical buss ducts and thermally controlled environment.
250,000 s.f. (Phase I & II)
216,200 s.f. (Phase III)
133,720 s.f. (Addition)