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. 

Fullmer completed the 118,714 square foot Soto Industrial Building, built for developer Pacific Industrial in Vernon, CA. The state-of-the-art Class A spec facility is situated in the heart of LA County; sitting on a nearly 5 acre site, the building is ideally located near the vital 5, 10, 60 and 710 freeways with nearby access to LAX and major ports.

The nearly 8,000 square foot corner office space offers high-end design with a grand entry featuring a steel stairway stretching up to the second floor mezzanine. The first floor includes a large conference room, two private offices, employee lunch room and large open work space. The mezzanine offers an even larger open work area with windows overlooking the warehouse, coffee bar, upstairs restrooms and abundant natural light. The entire tenant improvement features energy efficient automatic LED lighting. 

Warehouse features include 17 dock-high doors, two drive-through doors, 2000 amp power (upgradable to 4,000), men’s and women’s restrooms and 36’ clear height ceiling. 3% beveled skylights, scrim foil insulation and painted interior walls offer both abundant natural lighting and significant energy savings. Subdivided by a sheer wall across the middle of the warehouse, the facility can be utilized by two tenants or for multiple uses by one such as manufacturing and storage. The fully-secured 100% concrete truck court offers entrances from both sides of the building.

Site features include slatted fencing for privacy and safety, as well as new landscaping lining both sides of the building. The site was laid out well for its size, offering access from both sides at Soto Street and Seville Avenue, and utilizing all of the space to provide ample auto parking, including 14 low emitting and fuel efficient vehicle spots. Located on a lot where an old potato factory once stood, Fullmer has taken another underutilized piece of land and added a beautiful new property to the industrial sector of LA.

The I-10 Citrus Distribution Center is a 424,737 square foot concrete tilt-up building located in Fontana, CA. Situated along Citrus Avenue just below the 10 freeway, the spec facility built for developer Seefried Industrial Properties offers a vast warehouse, more than 4,000 square feet of fresh office space and additional corner entrance for a potential future office area to suit a new tenant.

The office tenant improvement includes a spacious open work area, large conference room, three private offices, employee breakroom, copy room and restrooms featuring high-end tiling. Motion-activated LED lighting was installed throughout the space. Highlights of the warehouse include 53 dock high doors, two grade level doors, 32’ clear height, ESFR sprinkler system and 52’ x 50’ typical column spacing. The secured 185’ all-concrete truck yard offers 80 trailer parking stalls.

Site improvements include ample parking and plenty of new landscaping lining the property along Citrus, Santa Ana and Catawba Avenues, where extensive street work upgrades were done, as well. The second of five buildings completed by Fullmer at the intersection of Citrus and Santa Ana in 2017, Fullmer feels that another gem has been added to the booming Inland Empire commercial real estate market.

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 providing 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 cafeteria. 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. The project went on to win a Spire Award from CREW Orange County for the 2016 Superior Tenant Improvement Project.

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.