The Ranch is a six-building master-planned industrial park built for developer First Industrial in Eastvale, CA. Totaling 936,000 square feet, the buildings are situated on a vast 52-acre site just East of the Chino Airport, near the 15 and 60 freeways. The six buildings range in size from 49,571 to 301,388 square feet.

State of the art features in each building include clear heights ranging from 30’ to 32’, ESFR sprinkler systems, LED warehouse lighting, 100% concrete truck courts and extensive street frontage with drought tolerant landscaping along wide, newly improved public streets that previously didn’t exist. Buildings 1 and 6 offer 800-amp power, with buildings 2 through 5 offering 2,000-amp; all six buildings feature 4,000-amp total capacity. Each building also offers 5,000 square feet of two-level office space.

The finished product has already shown its value as global shipping leader DHL quickly signed on as tenant for building 2. One of Fullmer’s larger multi-building projects, it is truly another gem for the booming Inland Empire West commercial real estate market.

  • Building 1: 49,571 SF / 9 dock doors / 1 drive-through door
  • Building 2: 155,742 SF / 25 dock doors / 2 drive-through doors
  • Building 3: 137,358 SF / 23 dock doors / 2 drive-through doors
  • Building 4: 301,388 SF / 42 dock doors / 2 drive-through doors
  • Building 5: 220,707 SF / 28 dock doors / 2 drive-through doors
  • Building 6: 71,234 SF / 10 dock doors / 2 drive-through doors

Friendship Baptist Church is a 2,490 square foot single-story wood frame church building located in Rialto, CA. Situated at the corner of Laurel and Baseline, Fullmer constructed this new facility for Friendship Baptist as a relocation from their original site one block away on Alder Avenue; that location was demolished as part of the process in constructing the I-210 Logistics Center III, completed by Fullmer in 2017.

The building includes an 1,171 square foot sanctuary with cathedral ceiling and baptism pool installed below the stage, fellowship room, kitchen/pantry and two private pastor’s offices. A combination of stucco and stone deliver an attractive exterior finish, and site improvements include a 37-stall parking lot and beautiful landscaping surrounding the property. Though on the smaller end, the project is a nice addition to Fullmer’s church portfolio.

Fullmer Construction completed a 273,172 square foot cooler/freezer tenant improvement, located within building 1 of the Citrus Commerce Center in Fontana, CA. Constructed for Vistar, one of the nation’s leading wholesale distributors of foodservice products, their new distribution location consists of 203,859 square feet of warehouse space and 10,032 square feet of office space.

Key warehouse features include a 39,910 square foot -10° freezer and an 11,885 square foot refrigeration cooler set at 35°, totaling nearly 52,000 square feet of product cooling space. The refrigeration dock, situated between 12 dock doors and the freezer/cooler doors, offers 7,486 square feet set at 45° to preserve product coolness during transport in and out of the facility.

The large office space includes a lobby, open office area, conference room, 21 private offices and spacious employee break room with capacity for 90 people. Forklift battery charging stations, dock levelers and warehouse lighting were also installed. Fullmer is proud of the finished product, confident that this new distribution location for Vistar will enhance their operations for years to come.

The Liberty Distribution Center is a 156,323 square foot concrete tilt-up industrial building in Redlands, CA. Situated on an 8-acre site with easy access to the 10, 210 and 215 freeways, the finished product was built for Liberty Property Trust and represents the developer’s first complete ground-up industrial project in the Southern California market.

The building offers nearly 3,000 square feet of two-level office space complete with a finished mezzanine providing direct access down to the warehouse. The 32’ clear warehouse features 26 dock doors, one drive-through door, 800-amp electrical, 3% skylights, ESFR sprinkler system and 54’ x 50’ column spacing with a 60’ speed bay. The secured 164’ rear-load truck court offers 21 trailer parking stalls; the site is completed with 93 auto parking spaces and major offsite improvements were done to the streets on both sides of the property, Alabama Street and San Bernardino Avenue.  

A beautiful addition to the growing industrial sector in Redlands, the facility is LEED certified.

Meridian Distribution Center II is a 503,592 square foot concrete tilt-up distribution facility in Riverside, CA. Located just off the 215 freeway directly across from March Air Reserve Base, the speculative warehouse building sits in a key location on a 27-acre site within the booming I-215 industrial corridor.

Built for developer Newcastle Partners, the building offers more than 7,000 square feet of two-level office space including a 3,592 square foot finished mezzanine in the southwest corner. The vast warehouse includes 36’ clear height with ample skylights, 8” slab, 88 dock high doors, two drive-through doors, 2,000-amp electrical service (expandable to 4,000) and ESFR sprinkler system with K-25 heads. The secured 135’ truck court offers two gated points of access, 150 trailer stalls and two trash enclosures.

Situated in the master planned Meridian Business Center, corporate neighbors include UPS, KIA Motors and Sysco Foodservice, located across the street and completed by Fullmer in 2013. With prime freeway frontage, this tenant-ready facility is another great addition to the flourishing Inland Empire commercial real estate market.

Pacific Coast Collection Building 3 is located in beautiful Oceanside, CA. Built in conjunction for owner Industrial Property Trust and developer McDonald Property Group, the speculative industrial building totals 124,581 square feet and is situated on an 8-acre site off Oceanside Boulevard, near the 5 freeway and just miles from the serene beaches of downtown Oceanside.

Suitable for warehouse, distribution and manufacturing use, the facility includes more than 6,000 square feet of two-level office space. Warehouse features include 30’ clear height, 24 dock doors and two grade-level doors, 3% skylights, ESPR sprinkler system with K-25 heads, 3,000-amp power and 52’ x 60’ column spacing. The 128’ concrete truck court is fully secured on both sides.

The exterior of the building features upgraded wood-finish tile panels along the frontage, with black steel-enclosed glass entrances at both front corners. A contemporary exterior patio is connected by a rolling overhead glass door with access to the employee break room and office area.

Fullmer Construction completed the Baseline Distribution Center, located at the corner of Baseline Road and Laurel Avenue in Rialto, CA. Situated on an 8-acre site, the 174,438 square foot industrial building is the third of four buildings built by Fullmer simultaneously within a block of each other in the rapidly-expanding Renaissance Development just off the 210 freeway. Built for developer Shaw Properties, the facility is strategically located 6 miles from the BNSF and Union Pacific train yards, and less than 100 miles from the Ports of LA and Long Beach.

Suitable for warehouse, distribution and manufacturing use, the facility includes nearly 2,000 square feet of expandable office space. The 32’ clear warehouse includes 21 dock doors and two drive-through doors, ESFR sprinkler system and 179’ all-concrete truck court with 26 trailer parking stalls. Additional features include energy efficient glass, outdoor lunch area with covered trellis and beautiful landscaping including a large drought tolerant section along the main parkway.

Primly located within the highly-desired Renaissance Development, nearby corporate neighbors include Amazon, Target, Under Armour, Niagara Bottling and Guitar Center. The I-210 Logistics Center III, completed by Fullmer for Panattoni Development in 2017, also sits directly across the street.

The Cabot Valley View Business Center is a 154,560 square foot concrete tilt-up industrial building located in San Bernardino, CA. Situated just off the 10 and 215 freeway interchange, the speculative warehouse facility was built for Seefried Industrial Properties and brings another fresh new logistics facility to this older industrial area of the Inland Empire market.

Situated on an 8-acre site, the building includes a 2,205 square foot tenant improvement offering fresh office space with the opposite corner ready for a future potential TI. The 32’ clear warehouse features 30 dock high doors, two drive-through doors, 3% skylights and ESFR sprinklers. The fully secured 191’ truck court offers 100% concrete, one trash enclosure, (49) 11’x53’ trailer parking stalls and is protected by screen walls on all sides.

Site improvements include 86 auto parking stalls, including 9 spots designated for clean air vehicles. The lot is surrounded by nearly 39,000 square feet of fresh landscaping, with a corner detention basin. The beautiful two-tone blue and gold paint scheme completes the sharp look of the project and significantly enhances this older area of the Inland Empire industrial market.

The Walk is a new three-building medical office complex in Newport Beach, CA. Located at the corner of Westcliff Drive and Irvine Avenue less than five miles from the Newport Beach pier, the complex is comprised of 29,000 square feet of new medical office space, 16,000 square feet of new restaurant and retail space and a three-story parking garage. The various medical suites include dermatology, dental, aesthetics, a pharmacy and urgent care. 

The project included constructing a new three-story steel office building, new two-story wood office building and upgrading the existing 50-year-old three-story concrete building. The complex is accented with beautiful stone and wood finishes, as well as stunning hardscapes and lush landscaping with 30' palms throughout.

Fullmer worked through numerous challenges including an extremely tight site; the work was done within an existing business center where extra care had to be taken to ensure no disruption to auto and foot traffic to and from existing businesses. New concrete pavement was installed in four separate phases to avoid closing the parking area entirely to traffic, an important goal for the center's property managers. Fullmer accomplished these challenges effectively, turning this project into what is now a premier destination in the OC for healthcare, food and retail.

Arcadia Logistics Center is a three-building industrial park built for developer Yellow Iron Investments in Arcadia, CA. Totaling 698,894 square feet, the buildings are situated on 32 acres just south of the 210/605 freeway interchange, with nearby access to the 10 and 60 freeways as well as the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach.

Key features in each building include 32’ clear heights, 3% skylights, ESFR fire sprinklers, scrim foil insulation, 2,000-amp electrical service (upgradeable to 4,000), electronic lighting control system, galvanized doors and door frames and 185’ fully-secured truck courts. The project is LEED Silver certified with sustainable features such as water-efficient landscaping, low-emitting materials and quantity/quality control in the storm water design.

Site improvements include beautiful landscaping covering nearly 40% of the site, and three large detention basins. 351 total parking stalls are provided, including 36 designated for low emitting and fuel-efficient vehicles; additionally, each building offers two electric vehicle charging stations.

A site that began back in the 1950’s as entitled to mine over 10 million cubic yards of rock and sand, these raw materials were exported over the next 40 years via truck for concrete and other rock products. The site was purchased by Yellow Iron in the mid-2000’s with the intent to reclaim the land to its former condition. Over the past 10 years, millions of dollars have been invested into the site to properly place several million cubic yards of fill; this reclamation process concluded in 2016, when Fullmer Construction was chosen as general contractor for this project. Transforming the site into a gleaming addition the Southern California industrial market, Fullmer couldn’t be prouder of the end result or the new relationship built with Yellow Iron Investments.

  • Building 1: 205,423 SF / 26 dock doors / 1 drive-through door
  • Building 2: 337,967 SF / 46 dock doors / 2 drive-through doors
  • Building 3: 155,504 SF / 30 dock doors / 1 drive-through door