Southern California Logistics Centre Building 18 Completed in Victorville, CA
Fullmer recently completed Southern California Logistics Centre Building 18, the latest addition to the master planned 8,500-acre transportation hub in Victorville, CA. Located minutes from the 15 freeway, Fullmer developed the project with developer 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.
The fourth building fully constructed by Fullmer at SCLA, Building 18 stands at 370,023 square feet. Situated on a 19.5-acre site, the facility offers 53 dock doors, two grade-level doors, 30’ clear height, ESFR fire suppression system with auxiliary pump, emergency backup generator and concrete paving throughout the site. The fully secured 132’ truck court offers (75) 11’ x 53’ trailer parking stalls. Site improvements include stunning landscaping covering over 12% of the site, ample parking offering 184 auto parking stalls and a 280’ infiltration/detention basin.
Sustainable features include reduced-flow restroom fixtures, drought-tolerant landscaping, and energy-efficient heating, air conditioning and lighting. Begun as a spec facility, the building was demised during construction when Plastipak Packaging and Newell Rubbermaid signed on as split tenants; both currently operate existing facilities within SCLA, originally built by Fullmer as well.