The 180,162 square foot Jellco Container Facility is located in Anaheim, CA. Situated near the 57 and 91 freeway interchange on a nearly 10 acre site, the building is strategically located in the center of the Southern California supply hub. The state-of-the-art manufacturing and shipping facility features environmentally friendly construction, as well as superior accessibility and functionality only surpassed by its Commercial and Industrial appeal.

The building offers 10,000 square feet of office space including a vast mezzanine overlooking the warehouse. Warehouse features include 32’ clear height, 26 dock-high doors, four grade-level doors (two with interior dock and two drive-through), ESFR sprinklers and LED lighting inside and out. The fully-secured 117’ truck court offers ample truck parking, including a separate trailer stall area stretching 340’ from the building, houses a trash enclosure, and is polished off by a portion of the new landscaping inside the surrounding concrete screen wall.

Site features include nearly 15,000 square feet of beautiful new landscaping surrounding the site, as well as hybrid storm water retention and underground treatment “wetlands” modules. Abundant parking includes a separate employee parking lot at the Northeast corner of the site, with 297 stalls provided overall, including 9 electric vehicle charging stations. 

Fullmer completed Citrus Commerce Center, a 77-acre master-planned industrial park located in Fontana, CA. Built for developer Alere Property Group, the development consists of three high-cube concrete tilt-up distribution facilities totaling 1,837,720 square feet. The buildings are situated at the corner of Citrus and Jurupa, near the 10, 15 and 60 freeways.

Building 1 stands at 630,784 square feet, featuring 36’ clear height, 102 dock-high doors and two drive-through doors. Building 2 totals 1,003,567 square feet with 36’ clear height, 190 dock-high doors and four drive-through doors, and Building 3 comes in at 202,928 square feet with 32’ clear height, 25 dock-high doors and one drive-through door.

Each building includes an ESFR sprinkler system, 6” thick warehouse slab, 3% skylights, 2,000 amp/277-volt power, high-efficiency motion-activated LED lighting, truck courts ranging to 135’ and attractive architectural detailing. Tenant improvements were also completed on each facility, with over 17,000 total square feet of office space being offered.

This Class A distribution center has already proven its value, as global shipping leader UPS and foodservice giant Performance Food Group quickly signed on as split tenants for Building 1. Upgraded tenant improvements were performed for both tenants, including cooler/freezer space for PFG. Numerous weather delays were overcome to meet the project deadline; Fullmer is extremely proud of this project, another key addition to the firm’s 1M square feet+ portfolio. 

Duke Heacock is a 400,395 square foot concrete tilt-up industrial building located in Moreno Valley, CA.

Situated just off the 215 freeway in the heart of the flourishing Inland Empire East industrial market, the facility is located directly across the street from March Air Reserve Base. This cross-dock distribution building features 3,228 square feet of office space, 36’ clear height, ESFR sprinkler system, 2.5% skylights, 80 dock-high loading doors, two grade-level doors and 56’ x 60’ column spacing. The fully secured 185’ and 135’ truck courts offer 82 trailer parking stalls, 14’ concrete screen walls and convenient truck access from both sides of the building.

The site is completed with 168 parking spaces including 18 clean air vehicle spots. 

Fullmer completed the three-building Thomas Ranch Business Park in Corona, CA. The second group of buildings completed for Turner Real Estate Investments by Fullmer in 2017, Thomas Ranch offers 129,315 total square feet and more than 15,000 square feet of office space.

Situated on eight acres just off the 91 freeway, this business park offers direct access to numerous other nearby freeways. The development features state-of-the-art design and curb appeal with 11 dock-high doors, three grade-level doors, ESFR fire sprinklers, title 24 warehouse lighting, upgradeable 800-amp power, plenty of parking and low maintenance desert-style landscaping. Building 1 offers a 24’ clear height, with the other two facilities standing at 32’ clear.

The project is the first new industrial development of its kind in West Corona in more than a decade.

  • Building 1: 22,869 square feet / 3,929 square feet of office
  • Building 2: 46,944 square feet / 6,000 square feet of office
  • Building 3: 59,502 square feet / 6,000 square feet of office 

Fullmer completed Southern California Logistics Centre Building 18, the latest addition to the master planned 8,500-acre transportation hub in Victorville, CA. Located minutes from the 15 freeway, Fullmer developed the project with developer Stirling Development as part of the 2,500-acre master planned industrial portion of the complex, known as the Southern California Logistics Centre, which is conveniently located adjacent to the Southern California Logistics Airport.

The fourth building fully constructed by Fullmer at SCLA, Building 18 stands at 370,023 square feet.  Situated on a 19.5-acre site, the facility offers 53 dock doors, two grade-level doors, 30’ clear height, ESFR fire suppression system with auxiliary pump, emergency backup generator and concrete paving throughout the site. The fully secured 132’ truck court offers (75) 11’ x 53’ trailer parking stalls. Site improvements include stunning landscaping covering over 12% of the site, ample parking offering 184 auto parking stalls and a 280’ infiltration/detention basin.

Sustainable features include reduced-flow restroom fixtures, drought-tolerant landscaping, and energy-efficient heating, air conditioning and lighting. Begun as a spec facility, the building was demised during construction when Plastipak Packaging and Newell Rubbermaid signed on as split tenants; both operate additional facilities within SCLA, originally built by Fullmer as well.  

Fullmer completed the 720,000 square foot build-to-suit Wolverine Distribution Center in Beaumont, CA. Positioned with exceptional visibility off the 60 freeway, the facility serves as the new West Coast distribution hub for Wolverine Worldwide, a global distributor of major footwear brands including the trademark Wolverine work boots.

Situated on a 39 acre parcel, the state-of-the art facility offers vast warehouse space with the latest technology and boundless capabilities, as well as more than 16,000 square feet of office space. Located in three different areas of the building, tenant improvements include the main employee entrance adjacent to the primary parking area, a logistics office and shipping/receiving office.  The employee entrance features a security office, locker room, and spacious break room that leads to an outdoor patio with covered trellis; the logistics office offers open work areas, numerous conference rooms and private offices, director’s office, FM200 network room, private lactation room and a second employee breakroom with trellised outdoor patio.  

The immense 704,000 square foot warehouse features a 7” Ductilcrete slab that reduces the relief joints and provides a very smooth and flat surface. Other features include 40’ clear height, ESFR sprinklers, 56’ x 60’ column spacing, 3% skylights, 66 dock doors, 4 grade level doors, 155 trailer parking stalls, and full security fencing with electronic gates around much of the site for secured shipping and receiving.

Site improvements include beautiful landscaping on all sides of the building; abundant parking offers 360 standard spaces and 32 clean air/van pool spots. Street work and related site work has already been completed.

Fullmer navigated numerous weather delays and tightly coordinated scheduling to successfully deliver this complex project with a very early final completion. Developed with McDonald Property Group, the building is the first of a three-building master planned project known as Crossroads Logistics Center. Wolverine has the opportunity to double the size of their facility within the next couple years, utilizing the parcel directly adjacent to potentially bring their footprint to 1.5 million square feet. The other two buildings would stand at 272,000 and 1,000,000 square feet. With a key location near multiple freeways and only 85 miles from the ports, 24/7 operational capability with no residential interference, as well as already being fully entitled, the Wolverine Distribution Center and its future neighbors are positioned to be a brilliant addition to the area’s distribution capabilities. 

Fullmer completed the West Fontana Logistics Center, built for developer Panattoni Development Company. The 135,651 square foot state-of-the-art Class A spec facility is situated on a 6 acre site in the southwestern portion of the city of Fontana, within the Southwest Industrial Park.

The property offers an exceptional core location near the intersection of Interstates 10 and 15, just 10 minutes east of Ontario International Airport. The property has immediate access to the Southern California freeway system with seven major freeways within a twenty mile radius (I-215, SR-60, I-10, I-15, SR-91, I-210, SR-57).

The building contains just over 3,000 square feet of two-story high-end office space. Warehouse features include 32’ clear height, 18 dock-high doors, two drive-through doors, 2,000 amp power (upgradable to 4,000), 6’’ thick concrete slab and state-of-the-art full storage height ESFR sprinkler system for product storage. The skylights, scrim foil insulation and painted interior walls offer both abundant natural lighting and significant energy savings. The fully-secured 165’ all concrete truck court offers superior maneuverability for tenants as well as 28 off-dock trailer parking stalls and 49 auto parking stalls (expandable to 99 stalls). The site also provides convenient two-street access for superior circulation to both Cherry Avenue and Santa Ana Avenue.

Fullmer Construction completed a two-building project for Panattoni Development in Ontario, CA. California and Campus offers one building at the corner of Campus Avenue and California Street, with a smaller facility located a block away at Sunkist Street and Caldwell Avenue. The project began with removing what was left of the old Sunkist bottling plant, as well as dismantling and reconstructing the old Sunkist water tower, now preserved across the street.

Building 1, standing at 123,672 square feet, includes 3,479 square feet of office space. Situated on a 6 acre site, it features 32’ clear ceilings, 2,000 amp electrical, ESFR sprinklers, 22 dock doors, two drive-through doors and a fully fenced and secured 140’ truck court.

Building 2, standing at 57,831 square feet, offers 3,970 square feet of office space including a 1,727 square foot mezzanine. The impressive entry features a winding staircase leading to the second floor balcony, which features aircraft quality stainless steel cable guardrail. Warehouse features include 30’ clear ceilings, 1,200 amp electrical, ESFR sprinklers, five dock doors, one drive-through door and a fully fenced and secured 120’ truck court. Additionally, a 62 stall parking lot was installed directly adjacent to the facility.

Offsite work includes all new street lights, new water lines, and the conversion of a previous overhead phone line running across the center of the Building 1 site into a new underground line. Site finishes include refreshed landscaping around all sides of each building, abundant parking space and five major surrounding street renovations.

Fullmer had to overcome a number of challenges to successfully complete this project, from pushing through the rainiest winter in several years to dealing with many delays from the numerous utility companies used. With a prime location near the 10, 15 and 60 freeways, these two industrial facilities bring refreshed beauty to an older area of the Inland Empire business community. A project that began with two vacant lots overgrown with weeds and vegetation, Fullmer is extremely proud of the finished product, a great new addition to the business sector of Ontario. 

Fullmer completed a group of buildings for Turner Real Estate Investments at Fairfield Ranch Road and Monte Vista Avenue in prestigious Chino Hills, CA. Fairfield Ranch Commons consists of three industrial buildings at 321,549 total square feet with more than 26,000 square feet of office space.

Situated on a nearly 18 acre site, the business park development is located just east of the 71 freeway. With building 1 split into eight units, building 2 into five and building 3 into two, these buildings offer the capacity and warehouse space for numerous tenants to operate. Each unit ranges in size from approximately 12,000 to 24,000 square feet, with 3 to 5 docks per unit. The development offers a total of 77 dock high doors, 9 grade level drive-through doors, ESFR fire sprinklers, 200-400 amp electrical services, ample parking and plenty of new landscaping. Detention basins accompany each building.

The project got caught in the wettest winter and spring in the past several years. Fullmer overcame this to keep the project on schedule and deliver it on time and under budget. These are the last light industrial buildings currently scheduled to be built in Chino Hills, as zoning would need to be revised, if possible, for any additional warehouse space to be developed there.

Building 1: 120,482 square feet / 12,000 square feet of office
Building 2: 105,977 square feet / 9,000 square feet of office
Building 3: 95,090 square feet / 5,000 square feet of office

Fullmer constructed Lot 13A of Global Access, a master planned 8,500 acre transportation hub in Victorville. Located minutes from the 15 freeway, Fullmer developed the project with development manager Stirling Development as part of the 2,500 acre master planned industrial portion of the complex, known as the Southern California Logistics Centre, which is conveniently located adjacent to the Southern California Logistics Airport.

Lot 13A, the first of numerous buildings buildings completed at SCLA by Fullmer, is a 296,000 square foot concrete tilt-up warehouse. Built for bottle manufacturer Plastipak Packaging, the plant uses plastic blow molding technology to produce bottles for an adjacent Dr. Pepper bottling facility, which Fullmer also completed the tenant improvements for. 

The building is Gold LEED certified; Fullmer worked with the owners to help them achieve this certification by managing the building process.