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Project Freeport West Landmark Building #12
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Project Size

199,396 sq ft

Project Dates

13 months

Project Location

Salt Lake City, Utah

Like the other structures Big-D has built in the Freeport West park, this project incorporated multiple sustainable-design features, including high-efficiency lighting and water-efficient landscaping, which provided additional value and energy savings to the end users.

Project Description

It’s fitting that Big-D Construction finished the construction of Building 12 at the Freeport West industrial park in June of 2015, because that month marks the 10-year anniversary of the collaboration between our two companies.

Freeport West once again selected Big-D to build its new 200,000-square-foot concrete tilt‐up warehouse located in Salt Lake City, UT. The building is a single-story, slab‐on‐grade construction with a steel roof structure, TPO membrane roofing, skylights, curtain wall, painted exterior, 24 loading docks with overhead doors, ESFR fire protection, and mechanical and electrical systems. The building includes 32-foot clear height and column spacing at every 50 feet to allow open areas perfect for manufacturing, distribution and warehousing.

Like the other structures Big-D has built in the Freeport West park, this project incorporated multiple sustainable-design features, including high-efficiency lighting and water-efficient landscaping, which provided additional value and energy savings to the end users—Freeport West’s future tenants. For greater sustainability during construction, we used rotomilled asphalt for reuse, implemented a construction waste-minimization approach, and minimized energy use from travel by using locally purchased materials and employing local laborers.