Fifth building will complete new business park in Chicago’s suburbs
PREMIER Design + Build Group says it has just broken ground on a 219,000-sq. ft. speculative warehouse in Chicago’s southwest suburbs. Known as Fountain Square Facility 5, the warehouse will be constructed of precast concrete and steel for client Bridge Development Partners, LLC. The new structure is the final development of the Fountain Square Commerce Center, which was acquired by Bridge in November 2018.
Fountain Square Building 5 will feature 48 docks, two drive-in doors and an Early Suppression Fast Response (ESFR) sprinkler system. The site will include parking for 30 trailers and 178 cars on a 12-acre parcel. The building will be constructed to a 32’ clear height. Fountain Square Commerce Center is in Bolingbrook along the I-55 corridor.
PREMIER will manage design and build services for Fountain Square Building 5, which is slated for completion in March 2020. The firm was also tapped recently to complete multiple tenant improvements in Buildings 2 and 3 at Fountain Square Commerce Center.
PREMIER’s president/owner Alan Zocher spoke at the July 15 groundbreaking ceremony: “We worked closely with Bridge and the village of Bolingbrook to envision and create spaces that would attract tenants quickly and meet all of their needs.”
PREMIER’s Jason Spataro will serve as project manager and Rich Pozzi will serve as site superintendent, working with senior vice president and Midwest market leader Michael Long and senior vice-president of field operations Ronald Nelsen.
PREMIER is teaming with Cornerstone Architects Ltd. for architectural design services and SPACECO and Structural Resources Inc. for engineering services on the project.