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.