Fullmer was honored to be chosen by Duke Realty as the general contractor for Duke Perris Logistics Center I, located just off the 215 freeway in the booming industrial hub of Perris. The build-to-suit distribution center spans an impressive 1,224,874 square feet, providing both a massive warehouse as well as 14,865 square feet of office space.

Built next door to Duke Perris Logistics Center II, which Fullmer completed as a spec development in 2015, the first facility was later occupied by Wayfair.com. The online retail giant is now also utilizing this larger facility to further enhance their West Coast distribution initiatives. The cross dock building features 36’ clear ceilings, ESFR sprinkler system, 8” thick concrete floor slab, 230 dock high loading doors and 277 trailer parking stalls.

Site features on the nearly 60 acre lot include beautiful landscaping covering nearly 17% of the site, covered break areas and ample parking with 544 total auto parking stalls, numerous spaces for low-emission and fuel efficient vehicles, as well as carpool/vanpool parking.

The building is LEED certified. Sustainable features include motion-activated faucets and soap dispensers in all restrooms, motion-activated lighting in the restrooms and office area, as well as LED lighting throughout the facility. Fullmer is extremely proud of this project, bringing to completion a key addition to our industrial projects portfolio – two state-of-the-art new buildings totaling more than 2 million square feet.

Fullmer completed two separate projects next door to each other in beautiful Rancho Cucamonga, CA. The Pittsburgh Distribution Center is a 44,264 square foot concrete tilt-up building complete with 1,570 square feet of two-level office space. Directly adjacent is the US Bowling Rancho Warehouse, a 45,738 square foot distribution center with a 4,329 square foot two-level tenant improvement.

Located near the busy corner of Fourth and Milliken, the two speculative warehouse buildings are situated in one of the prime spots of Rancho and add two attractive new facilities to the industrial pocket along the 15 freeway. The 28’ clear Pittsburgh Distribution Center offers 41,290 square feet of warehouse space, one grade level door and four dock doors. The office space includes a spacious downstairs conference room with open work area and five upstairs offices including a larger one overlooking the warehouse. 43 auto parking stalls and 14,167 square feet of fresh landscaping complete the site, and modern brick accents help to give the facility plenty of curb appeal.  

The US Bowling Rancho Warehouse features a 32’ clear height, four roll-up doors and one grade level door. The office TI includes an open work area , three larger private offices, a coffee bar and restrooms downstairs; a 2,000-plus square foot open mezzanine up top offers a separate staircase leading directly down to the warehouse. 50 auto parking spots along with more than 16,000 square feet of landscaping finishes off the site. 

Fullmer completed the Harley Knox Logistics Center, located in Perris, CA. Situated just off the 215 freeway near the southern edge of March Air Reserve Base, the 147,354 square foot concrete tilt-up distribution facility was built for Newcastle Partners as a speculative building without a signed tenant.

Suitable for warehouse, distribution and manufacturing use, the facility includes 5,063 square feet of two-level office space. The warehouse includes an ESFR sprinkler system, 24 dock doors and two drive through doors. The site is completed by beautiful landscaping and ample parking including spaces for clean air/vanpool/electric vehicles.

Primly located near the air reserve base, the area has become a booming industrial location fueled by major end users – Amazon, Kraft Foods, Lowe’s Home Improvement, Walgreens and Home Depot all operate logistics facilities nearby. The two-building Knox Logistics Center built by Fullmer for Trammell Crow in 2013 also sits next door. 

Fullmer Construction completed tenant improvements to the new corporate headquarters of motorsports products powerhouse Kawasaki Motors. Located in Foothill Ranch, CA, the facility underwent a full scale building rehab, transforming from the outdated former offices of Wet Seal (originally built by Fullmer in 1997) into an impressive and modernized new space.

It was important to Kawasaki that their new headquarters be an environment which could uniquely exemplify their exhilarating brand and culture. Fullmer was chosen as general contractor because Kawasaki was confident in our abilities to not only handle the numerous complexities that accompanied this project, but also to meet the tight project timeline. The project schedule was a rapid three months, as Kawasaki had to be out of their old building and into their new headquarters by a firm, specific date, and Fullmer was able to meet that goal.

The 213,216 square foot facility now features a mix of corporate offices, a new Dyno building for enhanced research and development space, tech training shops and classrooms, a large warehouse and ample parking. A stunning lobby complete with hanging motorcycle and unique artwork opens into an impressive main floor that includes a full product showroom, museum display, fitness center, yoga studio and spacious employee lounge. Offices occupy much of the second floor, which was heavily modified from the previous setup to allow for a more open feel with enhanced natural light. Upscale finishes and accents span throughout the building, with the trademark Kawasaki bright fluorescent lime green color uniquely accompanying the primary concrete and wood décor.

The exterior is anchored by a fully redeveloped corner entrance, wrapped in glass and lit by the Kawasaki logo and accompanying fluorescent green lighting at night. 

Ridge Fontana One is a 318,877 square foot concrete tilt-up distribution building located in Fontana, CA.

Built for Ridge Development and situated with convenient access just south of the 10 freeway in the heart of the Inland Empire West industrial market, the facility offers the capacity for 10,000 square feet of total office space – a completed 5,000 square foot tenant improvement, as well as the potential for a 5,000 square foot space on the opposite corner in the future. The current TI includes a spacious open office area, large conference room, private office, employee breakroom connecting directly to the warehouse, and restrooms featuring high end finishes and upgrades, including granite counters, subway tile and printed partitions.

Warehouse features include 32’ clear height ceilings, ESFR sprinkler system, 42 dock high loading doors, two grade level doors and 50’x52’ typical column spacing. The fully secured 186’ truck court offers 61 trailer parking stalls, two trash enclosures, Kohler generator, as well as access from both sides of the building on Santa Ana and Catawba Avenues.

The project is completed with 56,595 square feet of high-end landscaping surrounding the site. Plenty of parking is offered, with 109 parking spaces including eight ADA spots. The first of five buildings to be completed by Fullmer at the intersection of Citrus and Santa Ana in 2017, Fullmer feels that another gem has been added to the booming Southern California commercial real estate market. 

Fullmer Construction completed a 50,320 square foot building expansion to the United Refrigeration distribution facility in Ontario, CA.

The project consisted of adding on to the existing facility by directly adjoining the new space, all while Fullmer seamlessly navigated the logistics of allowing United Refrigeration’s operations to continue without disruption. Ten additional rollup doors now exist, greatly expanding both the capacity and efficiency of the building by utilizing what was previously an empty field. Additional features include 32' ceiling clear height, scrim insulation, bulk storage warehouse lighting and refreshing new landscaping to roughly 75% of the site. Two new wall louvers and two new roof top exhaust fans were also added to the existing building. 

Fullmer completed a 55,561 square foot expansion for Diamond Wipes International, a leading manufacturer and distributer of wet wipes and other similar products. Located in Chino, Fullmer expanded the campus by adding a new concrete tilt-up warehouse facility adjacent to their existing building. The facility features 28’ clear ceilings, 1,000 square feet of office space, as well as a 10,000 square foot mezzanine.

The overall project also included the addition of a new 218-stall employee parking lot at the rear of the existing building. The new facility is situated where the previous parking area used to be, so it was crucial for Diamond Wipes that Fullmer provide the new parking area in a timely manner. This requirement was delivered well ahead of schedule. Also, careful planning took place to ensure the existing building was able to be kept fully functional during construction, as it is a 24 hours a day/6 days a week operation. Fullmer and Diamond Wipes worked together seamlessly to make this happen.

Onsite and offsite improvements included the installation of new sidewalks around both sides of the corner property. Extensive street work was also done, and 53,867 square feet of beautiful new landscaping was added, giving the property a fresh look with much-enhanced curb appeal. 

The First Reyes Logistics Center is located in Rancho Dominguez, CA, just off the 710 freeway near the 91 interchange. Standing at 63,450 square feet, the building offers a fresh new logistics facility to this older industrial area of Los Angeles.

The building includes a two-level tenant improvement offering 5,245 square feet of office space. Its 32’ clear ceiling is quite a bit higher than the surrounding older buildings, helping it to stand out as the true gem of the area. The cross-dock warehouse features 66 dock high doors, 1 grade level door and ESFR sprinklers. Fullmer began the project by demolishing an existing building about three times larger than the new one; this was done to create larger-than-normal front and rear truck courts, which are accessible from both sides of the property

Site improvements include ample parking with a spacious separate lot just outside the main gate, a large guard shack at the main entrance with a smaller guard shack at the secondary gate. Stunning landscaping surrounds the site and significantly enhances this area of the Southern Los Angeles industrial market.

Fullmer completed a unique state-of-the-art tenant improvement to the 6,290 square foot offices of Kerlan-Jobe Orthopaedic Clinic in Los Angeles, CA. A Cedars-Sinai affiliate, Kerlan-Jobe boasts a long history as one of the pioneers of sports medicine in Southern California. Their Los Angeles office is located just off the 405 freeway near LAX, and directly serves the Los Angeles Rams football team; the firm also serves as either team physician or consultants to virtually all of Southern California’s professional teams, including the Lakers, Dodgers, Kings, Ducks and Sparks.

The building in which the office space is located was originally constructed back in 1997. Fullmer was honored to be chosen as the general contractor for such a prominent member of the Southern California medical and sports communities. The scope of work consisted of remodeling their entire 2nd floor office space, including new finishes, many high-end upgrades and millwork. The space opens with a check-in area complete with education kiosks and a couch backed with a unique LED-lit barrier. Further back is a nurse’s station and three exam rooms complete with the latest technology. Proceeding down the main hallway, you’ll encounter a biofeedback and neurofeedback room with adjacent control room, lounge area, IT room, private office and psychologist’s patient office, electro diagnostic laboratory, three additional exam rooms and a large conference room.

At the other corner of the check-in area is the entrance to perhaps the most impressive area of the project, the sports assessment and rehabilitation space. This area provides the space for athletes and other patients to perform a plethora of rehabilitative activities. Four flat screen televisions, field turf, a treadmill and exercise bike are just a few of the amenities installed. The most unique part is the “smart glass” installed along much of the room, which separates the rehab space from the check-in area and can be manipulated by the flick of a switch to instantly become completely frosted, unable to be looked through, and then go back to clear. Also located within this space is the therapist’s office, as well as the corner office of Dr. Vernon Williams, the founding director of the Sports Neurology Fellowship at Kerlan-Jobe and consulting Team Physician to the local sports teams highlighted above.

High-end patterned tiling adorns much of the flooring throughout, and bright green accents along with ample glass and motion-activated LED lighting completes the space. Fullmer is proud that even though this was a very involved project, the completion deadline was still able to be met. We believe Kerlan-Jobe will be extremely happy with their new Los Angeles headquarters.

Fullmer Construction achieved a key milestone in 2016 by bringing to completion the project with the longest timeframe in our history, Westlake Park Place. Located just off the 101 freeway in the beautiful Westlake Village business district near downtown Thousand Oaks, Westlake Park Place is the newest and most prestigious corporate headquarters development in the Conejo Valley.

Fullmer began construction back in 2006, with the first phase consisting of five steel-framed office buildings. These first structures range in size from 5,550 square feet and one story up to 102,012 square feet and four stories. At 238,674 total square feet, these buildings include prominent tenants such as Charles Schwab, Comerica Bank and First California Bank, among others.

The second phase broke ground toward the end of 2013, and completed in 2016 with three new buildings housing some of the most well-known corporations in the country – packaged fruit maker Dole Packaged Foods, Sugar Foods, and mortgage titan PennyMac all now feature their corporate headquarters here. Fullmer completed extensive, intricate state-of-the-art tenant improvements for each of those projects, as well. These three facilities stand at 222,774 total square feet.

The eight buildings total nearly 462,000 square feet, and finish up at over $66.5 million in contract value. With prime visibility in one of the more picturesque areas of Southern California, the development was built utilizing modern Mediterranean style architecture. Each facility features state-of-the-art energy-efficient mechanical, electrical and security systems. LEED certified, there are also multiple 577 kW solar features included in the parking areas, and building C (Dole Packaged Foods) offers secured parking complete with gates and badge entrance – the only secured parking of its kind in the complex.

Fullmer is extremely proud of this project. Westlake Park Place stands as the largest and most prominent addition to our office building portfolio to date, showcasing the ability of Fullmer Construction to not only bring to completion much more than the typical concrete tilt-up building, but to do so in unmatched fashion.