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Skyco Skylights: Natural lighting for a more versatile industrial building

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Natural Lighting provided by Skyco skylights and smoke vents with polycarbonate domes

The competitive world of industrial property development is pushing architects and developers to design more versatile properties. The amount of natural lighting in most cases will limit the type of work able to be performed thus limiting the building’s usage.

Located in the heart of Moreno Valley, CA is the new 1.4 million square foot First Nandina Logistics building. Moreno Valley’s close proximity to major highways makes it an attractive logistics hub for distribution giants like Amazon, P&G and Harbor Freight.

Since 1994, First Industrial Realty Trust has been developing industrial properties coast to coast in major markets. With approximately 1,500 properties, the new First Nandina building adds another important asset to the REIT’s portfolio.

The general contractor was KPRS of Brea, CA. KPRS is one of several major GC’s actively building large industrial properties in the Southern California market (as well as other regions of the US). The building was designed by the architects at HPA in Newport Beach, CA. HPA specializes in large industrial properties.

Industrial buildings like First Nandina, are designed with versatility in mind. Possible tenants could perform work ranging from bulk warehousing to fine assembly and manufacturing. It’s important to keep in mind the renewed interest in manufacturing on the Pacific Coast.

The competitive world of industrial property development is pushing architects and developers to design more versatile properties. The amount of natural lighting in most cases will limit the type of work able to be performed thus limiting the building’s usage.

Located in the heart of Moreno Valley, CA is the new 1.4 million square foot First Nandina Logistics building. Moreno Valley’s close proximity to major highways makes it an attractive logistics hub for distribution giants like Amazon, P&G and Harbor Freight.

Since 1994, First Industrial Realty Trust has been developing industrial properties coast to coast in major markets. With approximately 1,500 properties, the new First Nandina building adds another important asset to the REIT’s portfolio.

The general contractor was KPRS of Brea, CA. KPRS is one of several major GC’s actively building large industrial properties in the Southern California market (as well as other regions of the US). The building was designed by the architects at HPA in Newport Beach, CA. HPA specializes in large industrial properties.

Industrial buildings like First Nandina, are designed with versatility in mind. Possible tenants could perform work ranging from bulk warehousing to fine assembly and manufacturing. It’s important to keep in mind the renewed interest in manufacturing on the Pacific Coast.

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First Nandina’s ample natural daylighting and fire protection are main contributors to the building’s versatility. This gives First Industrial Realty Trust a more attractive building for occupancy. For a detailed list of IES Footcanndle Recommendations per Activity Click Here.

Industrial building development is booming. Many REIT’s and private developers are jumping in adding to the inventory. Vacancy rates are still low, although finding tenants for these large spaces may still be challenging. Building a product suitable for a wider range of businesses is the name of the game, and incorporating enough natural daylighting is a main component.

Source: www.skycoskylights.com

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