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

Fullmer completed the 864,000 square foot IPT Perris Distribution Center in Perris, CA. Located just off the 215 freeway on a 43-acre site, the cross-dock distribution facility offers immense warehouse space, as well as nearly 7,000 square feet of two-level office tenant improvements. Built for developer Industrial Property Trust, the building is a beautiful addition to the booming Inland Empire East industrial market.

Warehouse features include 112 dock doors, 4 drive-through doors, 36’ clear height and ESFR sprinkler system. 100% concrete truck yards on both sides of the building, with gated entry at all access points, offer vast space for ample truck traffic.

LEED Gold certified, the state-of-the-art facility features energy-efficient LED lighting, solar panels and numerous vehicle charging stations. The building was preleased prior to construction to NFI, a leading international third-party logistics provider.

I-210 Logistics Center V is a 200,411 square foot concrete tilt-up distribution facility built for Panattoni Development in Rialto, CA. The industrial warehouse building is the second of three buildings built for Panattoni simultaneously within a block of each other in the rapidly-developing Renaissance Development area just off the 210 freeway.  

The 5,527 square foot two-level corner office space at the primary entry features a large open work area, private conference room, coffee bar, restrooms with high-end finishes and winding steel staircase leading to the spacious mezzanine. Warehouse highlights include 32’ clear height, 24 dock-high doors, one drive-through door, 52’ x 60’ column spacing, 2,000-amp power (expandable to 4,000) and ESFR sprinkler system. The fully secured 185’ truck court is protected by screen walls and offers 25 trailer parking stalls.

The LEED certified project began as a speculative build; it was 100% preleased during construction to United Exchange Corporation, a leading global provider of premium private label and licensed retail products.

Moreno Valley Logistics Center #5 is a 601,810 square foot concrete tilt-up distribution facility in Moreno Valley, CA. Located just East of the 215 freeway near March Air Reserve Base, the speculative warehouse building sits in a prime location on a 28-acre site within the booming I-215 industrial corridor.

Built for mega-developer Prologis, key features include 2,350 square feet of spec open office space in the southeast corner. The building is divisible, with a second buildout ready for possible future office space at the opposite corner. The spacious warehouse includes 36’ clear ceiling with ample skylights, 102 dock high doors, two drive-through doors, ESFR sprinkler system, 56’ x 60’ typical column spacing, and secured 185’ truck court with four gated points of access, 90 trailer stalls and two trash enclosures.

Site improvements consist of a large bio-retention basin, drought-tolerant landscaping and 311 auto parking spaces. LEED certified, the tenant-ready finished project is another great addition to the flourishing Inland Empire commercial real estate market.

Fullmer completed a new 43,357 square foot state-of-the-art manufacturing facility for State Pipe and Supply in Rialto, CA. Situated just off the 210 freeway with excellent visibility from the eastbound lanes, the building houses the extensive operations of West Coast Spiral Pipe, State Pipe’s fabrication and coating division where steel water pipeline systems are manufactured for municipalities, water districts and other public and private agencies. The plant is capable of producing pipe from 16” to 120” in diameter.

The facility includes nearly 4,000 square feet in tenant improvements adjacent to the operations area; the modern office space includes three executive offices, conference room, accounting office, sales and engineering work area, computer room, two employee break rooms and a large laboratory for quality control testing and reports. Inside the manufacturing area, features include 32’ clear height, two roll-up doors and a vast array of intricate machinery. The clear span roof structure allowing the 32 ton and 10 ton cranes to travel the full length of the building, and the floor has various levels, pits and trenches to accommodate the large machinery and extensive electrical and control wiring. The process takes rolls of steel and runs them through a mill machine which bends it in to a spiral cylinder and welds it inside and out. Other processes include machines for finishing the ends, hydro-testing, and a detailing and repair area.

The offsite portion of the project included beautiful landscaping lining the property along the architectural site walls that border the facility. Extensive street and utility improvements were done along Casmalia Street and Locust Avenues, further improving a quickly developing section of the Inland Empire’s 210 industrial corridor.

Bridge Point Santa Fe Springs is a three-building industrial park in Santa Fe Springs, CA. The finished project, built for Bridge Development Partners, offers 222,602 total square feet and more than 15,000 square feet of office space.

Situated on 10 acres just off the 5 freeway, the development offers direct access to numerous other nearby freeways, as well as proximity to the ports of LA and Long Beach. Along with state-of-the-art design and curb appeal, buildings 2 and 3 feature six dock-high doors (building 2 can be upgraded to eight), one drive through door, ESFR fire sprinklers and spacious secured truck courts.

Building 1 was completed as a build-to-suit project and becomes the newest operations facility for UniFirst, one of North America's largest workwear and textile service companies. Features include 11 dock-high loading doors, one grade-level drive-through door and ample parking spaces for UniFirst trucks. The interior features all equipment necessary to sustain the company’s complex laundry operations, washer trenches, boiler rooms, control rooms, and a waste water pit installed 12 feet below the slab.

Fullmer added 40,000 square feet of landscaping lining the site along Maryton and Rosecrans Avenues, greatly enhancing this section of the industrial area of Santa Fe Springs.

  • Building 1: 73,201 square feet / 5,760 square foot office / 240’ truck court / 124 parking stalls
  • Building 2: 75,331 square feet / 5,000 square foot office / 185’ truck court / 114 parking stalls
  • Building 3: 74,070 square feet / 5,000 square foot office / 140’ truck court / 112 parking stalls

Fullmer completed the I-210 Logistics Center III, a Class A cross-dock distribution facility built for Panattoni Development in Rialto, CA. The 702,668 square foot warehouse building is the first of three buildings built for Panattoni simultaneously within a block of each other in the rapidly-developing Renaissance Development area just off the 210 freeway.  

Situated on a 32-acre site at the corner of Baseline and Alder, the finished product includes almost 11,000 square feet in tenant improvements. The 9,562 square foot corner office space at the primary entry features a large conference room, six private offices, separate trucker’s office, employee lunch room and large open work space. The 1,160 square foot spec office at the adjacent corner of the building offers additional open work space, and the other two corners are TI ready for future potential office space.

Warehouse features include 40’ clear height, 94 dock-high doors, three drive-through doors, 4,000-amp power and an ESFR sprinkler system. 185’ truck courts on both sides of the building are both fully-secured, protected by screen walls and feature 142 trailer parking stalls.

This LEED certified project began as a speculative build; it was 100% preleased during construction to Lifetime Brands, a leading global provider of kitchenware, tableware and other home products. 

Century Distribution Center II is a 201,027 square foot industrial distribution building located in Lynwood, CA. Situated just off the 105 freeway, the state-of-the-art spec warehouse facility was built for developer Duke Realty and sits in the highly sought-after South Bay submarket.

Positioned only three miles from the 710 and 110 freeways with direct access to LAX and the Ports of LA and Long Beach, the location is ideal. The building features 6,000 square feet of two-level office space, LED lighting throughout, 32′ clear height, 54′ x 50′ bay spacing, 34 dock doors and one dock-high drive-through door. The fully-secured 180’ concrete truck yard offers gated access from both sides as well as the ability to store an additional 39 trailers. The building was also designed subsequently certified with Silver LEED certification.

With space in the South Bay submarket becoming so limited, the facility quickly generated tremendous interest, and was 100% preleased just prior to completion.

The Slover Commerce Center is located in Fontana, CA just off the 10 freeway near the 15 interchange. Situated on a nearly 30-acre site, this 671,557 square foot concrete tilt-up industrial building offers a spacious warehouse along with more than 10,000 square feet of prime office space. The project is the latest speculative development built by Fullmer for Alere Property Group.

The warehouse, which boasts a mammoth 40’ clear height, features 98 dock doors, two drive-through doors, ESFR sprinkler system, 3% skylight coverage, 7” concrete slab, and a 185’ secured truck court with 122 trailer parking stalls, four points of entry, exterior pump room and trash enclosures.  

Located with prime visibility directly between the 10 freeway and bustling Slover Avenue, the exceptional street frontage enables the site to truly enhance the surrounding area. Site work includes ample auto parking with 320 parking stalls; the Slover-facing truck court is lined with a 14’ concrete screen wall, fronted by beautiful landscaping lining the length of the property line.