Location: 4200-4300 Shirley Avenue, El Monte
Developer: Goodman
Contractor: Oltmans Construction Co.
Architect: HPA, Inc.

Goodman Logistics Center El Monte is a Class-A, LEED-certified development that has provided new, modern logistics space totaling 1,215,340 sf on 55 acres. The two-building logistics campus is located less than one mile from the I-10 and four miles west of the I-605 freeway. The new facility has been constructed with a flexible and sustainable concrete tilt-up design, catering to a range of potential uses well-suited for logistics and e-commerce customers.
The project included the demolition of an industrial building previously occupied by Vons. The challenges successfully overcome included dealing with the clean-up and abatement of the existing building. During demolition, the team recycled 5,800 tons of steel and 700 tons of wood for reuse. 115,000 tons of concrete were crushed and also incorporated for reuse on the site.
Additionally, the project scope also involved the complete demolition, grading, and paving of an existing street with active, operating businesses requiring uninterrupted water, fire water, and electrical services. The project also included the improvement of non-usable area at the adjacent elementary school.
The area, originally overtaken by weeds, was converted into an outdoor classroom.

Location: 5215 South Boyle Avenue, Vernon
Developer: Prologis
Contractor: Millie and Severson General Contractors
Architect: RGA, Office of Architectural Design

The Prologis Vernon Business Center is a new state-of-the-art, Class A logistics development on a 16-acre site previously owned and operated by Norris Industries since the 1940s. Prologis worked with DTSC and the City of Vernon to clean up the site and demolish the existing 800,000 square feet of manufacturing buildings prior to developing two buildings totaling 346,181 square feet. A few of the development highlights include 36’ clear height, wide joist concrete slabs, and USGBC LEED Silver certification. Each building was leased by a global e-commerce logistics company.

Location: 1270 Goodrich Boulevard, Commerce
Developer: TELACU 1270, Inc.
Contractor: Oltmans Construction Co.
Architect: SimonGlover, Inc.

TELACU Goodrich Industrial Center is a 174,000 sf, Class A concrete tilt-up building with over 12,000 sf of speculative tenant improvements. The industrial center boasts a prime location near eight major freeways, with immediate access to LAX and the Ports of LA and Long Beach. The project was developed and is owned by TELACU (The East Los Angeles Community Union), the largest community development corporation in the U.S. It is the newest addition to TELACU’s substantial portfolio of job-creating commercial/industrial real estate located in underserved communities.

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