Distribution Centers

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Bolingbrook Corporate Center II and III

The striking corners on a receding edge adds to the interesting play of reflections from the east and west facing blue glazing systems with aluminum frames and panels. During each work cycle the shade and shadows produce dramatic facades. The chevron shaped precast panels also add to the angular dynamics.

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Bolingbrook Corporate Center IV

 

The challenge for the remaining land at BCC IV,  was a need for a smaller size tenant to meet market concern.

An ability to accommodate up to six possible tenants in a LEED certified building was the program. Also of concern was the current trend to show the use of recycled materials and limited amount of glazing in order to highlight the green approach.

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Bolingbrook Corporate Center West III

The most current project under construction at BCC West III, includes a new approach to meeting the demands for higher cube storage for future logistic carriers. These needs included flexible racking and higher storage capacity, which is designed into this building at 36 feet clear. Also required were more available trailer parking slots, offices located so that they look down upon the shipping and receiving dock sides, and 

landscaped berms to help shield the trailer impact on the Weber Road side.

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Prairie Point West 'A'

Completion of Prairie Pointe Corporate Center,  led to a new park located west of Naperville on the I-88 corridor to Aurora, IL.

 

This new building at Prairie Point West, needed to be visually dynamic at every corner because of its exposure from multiple directions. The north exposure has a tollway view and the south exposure has a presence on Diehl Road.

 

The building design offered a clean angular stacked box approach for a future distribution center. It is now occupied by HH Gregg.