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In an industrial market that continues to grow rapidly, Reeves Young Industrial empowers its clients by providing a fully integrated team of construction professionals with self-perform capabilities and the technical expertise to deliver projects quickly, safely, and with quality to meet ever-increasing market demand.

South Fulton Commerce Center

This design-build project included demolition of existing facility, sitework and construction of a new facility. This site was utilized as a dump site over the years, and a significant amount of remediation was required.  ESFR System, 36’ clear height. 76 dock doors, and cross dock facility with two office locations. Water tank and fire pump were required at the site due to water supply limitations. The project also utilized a TPO roofing system. 

Augusta Transit Operations and Maintenance Facility

This project consisted of demolishing an existing abandoned movie theatre to create a campus to operate and support the entire Augusta Transit System. This included deep foundation construction to remediate the unsuitable soils at the site. The Maintenance Facility includes four bays with lifts in each bay, Battery Room, Tire Shop, Parts Storage and Lube Rooms. Adjacent to the facility is a Separate Bus Wash Facility and two separate fueling stations with a dedicated fueling tank. In the main building there is an Operational wing that includes Class A Offices, Meeting Rooms, Full Locker room for the Staff, Dispatch and Breakroom. The entire facility is backed up with an onsite Generator as a potential FEMA checkpoint in a state of emergency. 

Falcon Parkway Industrial Park

This design assist and full MEP design-build project consists of two Class A, tilt wall construction warehouses on the same site, totaling 642,000 SF. Building 100 is a 36’ clear height cross dock facility with 7” thick conventional slab design. Building 200 is a 32’ clear height front load facility with a 6” conventional slab design.

The site consists of 180’ truck courts and large auto parking areas requiring extensive site work, utility work, and several large retaining walls. Site location also required a Department of Transportation scope of work to expand and add deceleration lanes to the adjacent state route. LEED design and construction requirements were followed to achieve LEED certification for both buildings.