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Holbrook Industrial

Summarize the project's program, features and achievements.

The Holbrook Industrial Center are a series of flex buildings designed to have the flexibility to be used by numerous occupancies including, office, warehouse, manufacturing and retail. Each building is approximately 110,000 square feet and can be leased by one tenant, or can be subdivided into numerous tenants. The height is such that mezzanines can also be added for additional square footage based on the tenants needs. These buildings are intended to be cost effective, but still provide curb appeal. Truck courts face each other and are located toward the interior of the clustered building, hiding them from view and also separating pedestrians, and cars from the trucks. All of the pedestrian entries and car parking is located on the exterior sides of the clustered building. These buildings provide the most flexibility for the newly expanding area.

What obstacles were overcome related to the schedule, budget, program, specification, site, etc. on this project?

The developer wanted to provide flex space that could adjust as needed to the demand. It needed to be flexible for different sized tenants and also needed to be able to house different types of businesses whether they were office, warehouse, manufacturing, or retail, or if they were a combination. The spaced needed to be flexible and able to grow with the tenant as well. Cost is always an issue, especially with the current inflation, so the building needed to be attractive, yet be very economical. These buildings are simple, yet well detailed. With bump-outs and walls that step up and down, along with the high contract paint pattern, the buildings appear to be high end, especially for an industrial park.

Communicate any engineering complexities or unique features of the panel design for this project.

The bump-outs were constructed using lapping panels as well as panels that have returns on each side, constructed monolithically. This facilitated erection and temporary backing requirements. The awnings are also very thin for the loads due to snow drifting.

What is the potential for this project's impact on the community and/or environment?

These buildings will help with the future growth of the city and will provide much needed flex space. Because of the great curb appeal, the buildings have been well received. The buildings will maintain their curb appeal due to their durability and reduced maintenance requirements.

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Project Location

Lehi, UT 84043
United States

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Project Team (TCA Members)

General Contractor:
Concrete Contractor:
AE URBIA / J M Williams and Associates, Inc.
AE URBIA / J M Williams and Associates, Inc.

Project Specifics

Project Category:
Building Types:
Manufacturing Plant
Paint (Flat)
Number of Floors:
Total Floor Area:
109,550 sq ft (10,177 sq m)
Project Footprint:
109,550 sq ft (10,177 sq m)