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The Lindon Tech Center Flex Buildings are buildings designed to accommodate a variety of potential clients. Many of the tenants are technology companies. One tenant is using the space for an activity center including bowling alleys, escape rooms as well as a trampoline gym. Other tenant uses include; office, warehouse, distribution, manufacturing and retail. The building is a single story tilt-up concrete structure with the potential of adding large mezzanines, or even an entire second floor. The 40' tall wall panels provide ample space for high rack storage. The front of the building has groupings of large windows designed to give separate tenants a main entrance. The large windows also provide an abundance of natural light to the interior of the building. Decorative sun shades and heavier awnings at the main level are also provided. Some panels are off-set the thickness of the wall panel, while other groupings are staggered even more, thus helping with the massing of the building. The buildings are located close to the freeway. The tilt-up concrete helps reduce sound, while proving durability, and great fire resistance. The buildings are painted for high contrast. There are two buildings with the docks facing each other, and somewhat hiding the dock area from the outer perimeter of the buildings. The Truck traffic is separated from the car traffic. Because of the flexible nature of the buildings, they have been very successful.
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