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LGE breaks ground on METSO facility

LGE Design Build broke ground on a 44KSF service facility for Metso Corporation on June 6.  The facility will be located at Pecos and Sossaman roads in Mesa, Ariz.

The new facility is ideally positioned and equipped to service Metso’s customers throughout the southwest U.S. and northern Mexico.  The new facility will accommodate a wide variety of mining, construction, recycling services and advanced repairs, as well as direct on-site repair and field service.

LGE is handling both the design and construction of the new facility which includes notable design features including a large service area that will house two 60-ton bridge cranes as well as welding and machining bays. The bridge cranes will enable Metso to service and repair very large-scale mining equipment, including grinding mills, crushers and screens – all key components to mining operations in the region.

The building will also provide ample office and workspace for approximately 65 current
office and field Metso Services team members who will be based there, including up to 40 new positions.  These positions (some existing and some new) will cover a variety of skill sets, from machining, welding and fabrication to field service and administrative personnel.

 

Randall Reisinger, Metso Senior Vice President, Service Business Line Operational
Hubs, said the new facility provides and extension of Metso’s strong existing presence in Mesa.

 

“Our service team has been established here since the mid ‘90s,” he says, “which makes
this location ideal for our employees and their families who already call it home. It’s a move that allows us to expand our physical capacity and our capabilities, while remaining in an area that’s served us and our customers so well for so many years.”

Construction of the service facility, located on a 10-acre site on Pecos Road in Mesa, will
begin immediately with completion slated for the first quarter of 2015.  In the interim, Metso is leasing a fully equipped facility nearby, giving them a “jump start” on the expanded service offering they plan to deliver starting in 2015. Metso has already transferred existing employees to this leased facility, and there are plans to fill several new positions in the coming months.

LGE Design Build president David E. Sellers said the project had both familiar and new aspects to it.  “We have been designing and building facilities like this one for two decades, but this one had a few different wrinkles to it,” he said.  “Needing to design a space that can accommodate the two 60 ton bridge cranes was challenging, but we came up with a design that is both functional and efficient.  It’s going to be a great facility that will allow Metso to create a greater footprint in Mesa.”

Cashen Realty closes two land sales in high-demand infill corridors

7th St & San JuanLGE Design Build snags highly sought after 7th Street corridor land
The Colony North, LLC (David Sellers, LGE Design Build) acquired 57,000 s.f. of land from LCP Holdings, LLC (Mark Panattoni). The Property is located at the SWC of 7th Street and San Juan Avenue. The sales price was $1.2 Million. LGE Design Build plans to construct 10,000 s.f. of buildings suitable for retail and restaurant uses.

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Lee/Watt New Leaf, LLC (Steve Pritulsky, New Leaf Communities) acquired 2.8 acres. The property is located at the SWC of Ocotillo and 16th Street. The property is zoned R1-6 and the purchase price was $1.6 million. The buyer will develop single-family residential on the site.

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New to Market: Papago Tech

LGE Design Build is set to break ground on Papago Tech, a 62,880 square foot research, development and manufacturing facility at 48th Street and Washington in Phoenix. The ground breaking will take place the week of June 2.

Designed by Cawley Architects, the facility is being developed by Silagi Development. According to Moshe Silagi of Silagi Development, LGE was the ideal fit to construct a facility like Papago Tech.

“LGE has an outstanding reputation in this area of construction,” Silagi said. “The quality of construction they provide, along with the fact that they have outstanding employees, supervisors and project engineers and consistently bring their projects in on time and on budget made this a simple choice. And on top of all that, they do great quality work and provide a great finished product – they don’t cut back on anything to keep it fast or affordable.”

David E. Sellers, president of LGE Design Build, said he is excited to be working on a project like Papago Tech.

“The Papago Tech project is the type that we love to work on – these kinds of shell office/warehouse projects have been our bread and butter for years,” he said. “We feel really good about this project in a lot of different ways and think we can bring some unique elements to the facility that will make it an outstanding destination for Silagi clientele.”

LGE takes its clients through the entire design and building process with a single point of contact. From concept, architecture and all the details of construction through interior design and completion, clients work with the LGE’s owners and top executives to achieve the ultimate in a beautiful and functional industrial or office building. With more than 17 million square feet and 700 projects of experience, LGE builds for its clients’ success.

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New to Market: Desert Storm Elite

DS-lobby (2)LGE Design Build has broken ground on the new headquarters for Desert Storm Elite, the largest All Star, High School & Middle School cheer training gym in Arizona. The new 21,000 square foot facility is located at 14575 N. 83rd Place in the Scottsdale Airpark and will feature a 24 foot clear height and expanded gym space for training. The building is being constructed on one of the last remaining vacant lots in Scottsdale Airpark.

Desert Storm Elite offers cheer classes in every level from recreational to competitive on a national and international level. The new facility provides them with the opportunity to offer a wide variety of teams for every age and ability, including a special needs team, the “Lightning.”

The center holds more state, regional, national, international and world titles than any other cheer training gym in the state.

“A facility like this seems like it would be a very straight forward project, but there were a ton of subtle things we needed to incorporate to make it exactly the way Desert Storm wanted it,” said LGE Design Build President David E. Sellers.

“Our design team worked very hard to ensure that the end product was exactly what they were looking for to help them continue to produce world-class athletes.”

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New to Market: Lolo’s Chicken & Waffles

An iconic Valley restaurant has turned to a venerable area design build contractor to complete its new ground-up restaurant project in Scottsdale.

LGE Design Build, the Valley’s premier design build contractor for the pas two decades, has been tabbed to build the new location for Lolo’s Chicken and Waffles, the soul food restaurant that has gained national acclaim as one of the top venues of its’ kind in the country.

The new location, at 3133 N. Scottsdale Rd., will replace Lolo’s existing Scottsdale location at 2765 N. Scottsdale Rd, just south of Thomas. The new location, just a quarter mile north of the old restaurant, will span 5,400 square feet and offer the classic southern and soul foods that have made Lolo’s famous.

According to David Sellers, president of LGE Design Build, this project was a labor of love for the LGE team.

“Lolo’s Chicken and Waffles has a unique style and feel to it, and we wanted to be sure that translated to the new Scottsdale location,” said Sellers.

“It’s not like other restaurants; there’s a certain vibe at Lolo’s that the customers come to expect, and our design team work extremely hard to be sure we captured that. By all indications, we have.”

LGE also built the original Lolo’s at 1220 S. Central Ave. in Phoenix in 2002. That location has been frequented and endorsed by a variety of athletes and celebrities including Charles Barkley, Snoop Dogg, Mary J. Blige and a variety of members of the Arizona Cardinals and other local professional teams.

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Savage Universal to host ribbon-cutting for new Chandler headquarters

Savage Universal, manufacturer of quality paper and accessory products for the photographic industry, will host a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the Savage Building, a 64,030 square foot facility that will be the new headquarters of Savage Universal Corp. The new office and warehouse facility is located at 2050 S. Stearman in Chandler.

At 2 p.m. on Thursday May 8 Savage Universal Corporation will hold the event to celebrate the raising of the walls of their new facility. Known as the Savage Building, the facility is being built by LGE Design Build, the Valley’s leading design build contractor and includes office, manufacturing and distribution facilities.

Savage Universal envisions the new facility as a home for the company that will meets its current needs and operations. Located in the Chandler Airpark, the building will be a state of the art manufacturing and distribution center. The employees are also looking forward to the new location which is centralized in the east valley and is located next to newly developed shopping centers and restaurants.

Savage Universal executives attending the ceremony will include Hayward Richard Pressman, Chairman of the Board; Sylvester Hank, President; Richard Reiser, Chief Operating Officer; and the Savage staff. Also attending will be representatives from the city of Chandler, LGE Design Build and Bank of Arizona.

“The company founded by my father, Mac Pressman, in 1937 has continued to grow and prosper while located in the friendly business environment that exists in Chandler,” said Richard Pressman. “The new facility will reflect greater efficiencies in converting and distribution required in today’s business environment.”

Hank added, “The photographic business has undergone substantial fundamental changes in recent years requiring Savage to adjust the manner in which it conducts business. Our new facility will help us meet those changing needs and maintain our industry leadership.”

Both Pressman and Hank expressed optimism for the future of Savage and Pressman noted, “the new facility will upgrade the company’s efficiency in conducting business and allow us to better serve our customers.”

Pressman added that management felt it was time for Savage Universal to upgrade its’ facilities, and added that the new facility will allow Savage to address the changing needs of the photographic backdrop and studio photography equipment industry.

“We have been in our existing building for 14 years, and we needed a new facility that conforms to operations as they are now and will be in the future, not the way they were a decade ago,” he said. “We have fewer, but much larger customers now due to consolidation in the photo industry, and we need a building that allows us to address the new market we are in. LGE helped us achieve that.”

According to Reiser, the choice of LGE for their project was an easy one for Savage Universal. “LGE has a reputation for dependability, and David Sellers is extremely knowledgeable about his industry,” Reiser said. “David has a great vision for how to make the building meet our needs now and down the road. LGE was at the top of our list all along.”

Sellers, the president of LGE Design Build, stated that the project allowed LGE to showcase several areas his company has added in recent years to provide a more full-service approach for its clients.

“The Savage project allows us to show how we can take a mixed use project like this combining office, manufacturing and distribution space and make it both functional and beautiful,” Sellers said.

“Our interior design group did a great job of making all the elements blend together into one seamless unit that is truly eye-catching. They also provided a design that was totally functional for Savage, allowing them to meet the needs of a very specific industry. This was a very fun project to develop.”

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Construction to begin on Museum of the West

smow3The Core | LGE Design Build Joint Venture announced the groundbreaking for construction on the city of Scottsdale’s Museum of the West located at the Northwest corner of Marshall Way and First Street in the heart of downtown Scottsdale. It will create a partnership with the arts district galleries, studios, dining and shopping venues directly to the north and throughout the downtown area.

The 42,133 square foot facility is owned by the city of Scottsdale, and will utilize the city’s previously abandoned and transit center, adjacent to the current Loloma Transit Center.

“This project presents a unique opportunity for the city of Scottsdale to attract national and international prominence as a tourism capital through the success of a municipally funded museum that highlight our local heritage and history,” said Michael Fox, executive director of the Museum of the West.

smow4David Sellers, president of the Core | LGE Design Build Joint Venture which is constructing the project, said the Museum of the West posed both challenges and rewards.

“It was a great project from the standpoint that we were able to work within the boundaries of an existing structure, yet were charged with creating a look and feel that the city and the Museum of the West were looking for, both inside and out,” he said. “We tapped every element of our suite of services to get this to project the energy and sophistication the city and museum wanted.”

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RED AWARDS 2014: Best Retail Project

On Feb. 26, AZRE hosted the 9th Annual RED Awards reception at the Arizona Biltmore in Phoenix to recognize the most notable commercial real estate projects of 2013 and the construction teams involved. AZRE held an open call for nominations and more than 100 projects were submitted by architects, contractors, developers and brokerage firms in Arizona. Click here to view all 2014 RED Awards Winners.‎


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Developer: Triyar Companies
Contractor: LGE Design Build
Architect: AV3 design studio (Design Architect); Cawley Architects
Size: 26,200 SF
Location: 7301 E. Indian Plaza, 7333 E. Indian Plaza, 4420 N. Saddlebag Trail, Scottsdale
Completed: May 2013

scottsdale_entertainment_districtNow the heart of Old Town, the Scottsdale Entertainment District started out as several older structures spread out over 57,000 SF of land. In 2012, Triyar Companies and LGE Design Build united with the goal of redeveloping the block into a multi-user bar and restaurant district that would service residents and tourists. The space now consists of five noteworthy tenants, including The Derby, Dierks Bentley’s Whiskey Row, Hi-Fi Kitchen & Cocktails and Maya Day and Nightclub. Energy efficient components include 1-inch dual plane insulated glass, LED lighting and R-8 value roofing. Not only did the redevelopment finish on time and 100 percent leased by completition, it completely changed its surrounding area and dramatically increased the rent price of surrounding office space.

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LGE Design Build Finishes Air Transport Components Renovations

LGE Design Build has recently completed a 67,000 SF tenant improvement and renovation project for Air Transport Components in Gilbert. The renovations included adding 8,000 SF of office space strategically located at the building atrium feature, adding significant airline and power distribution, retrofitting all restrooms, adding a new break room, adding a new roof, all new lighting, all new flooring, all new insulation, and exterior modifications including paint, parking lot re-seal, and landscaping. This building was given a new life, a new tenant, and by using the key features that were already in place this building has been completely re-positioned from a hidden government building left to fill with cobwebs to a thriving production facility. ATC is a quality-driven company with a highly skilled staff of A&P technicians and management that continually strives for excellence in every respect. Its goal is helping customers lower aircraft maintenance costs with a high level of performance, competitive pricing, personalized service and turnaround that complements your schedule.

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Bellman Headquarters to Break Ground in Gilbert Later This Month

Gilbert will be welcoming a new business to the area. LGE Design Build plans to build a headquarters for Bellman (Savage Universal) from the ground up starting this month. Savage Universal is a worldwide leader of backgrounds and photographic products. Savage started in 1937 as a manufacturer of quality board and paper products. From the beginning, Savage has provided professional and semiprofessional photographers the essential elements for success.. Their specilities are photogrpahy backdrops, studio equipment, and mount boards. The new 64,030 SF office and warehouse will include 24′ clear height, truckwells, and a private yard.

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LGE to Construct Paradise Valley Vet Clinic

Applewood Pet Resort will soon welcome a remodeled grooming area and a new 4,500 SF vet clinic. Applewood Pet Resort is one of Paradise Valley’s premier dog, cat and small animal boarding facilities. Their traditional kennels and outdoor park-like areas offer a natural environment. LGE Design Build will soon start construction on a vet clinic that will expand Applewood’s capabilities. Applewood will be able to offer veterinary services along with its grooming and daycare.

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Garmin Facility in Chandler 7KSF Larger Than Initially Announced

Garmin International, the world leader in Global Positioning Satellite (GPS) devices, will expand its operations in Chandler with a new 67,000 SF office space. LGE Design build recently announced plans for the space which includes LEED silver, 8/1000 parking, tilt construction, 2 story atrium, and an outdoor basketball & volleyball court. Garmin International is committed to making superior products for aviation, automotive, marine, and sports. “Garmin has been a longtime employer in Chandler and the greater Phoenix area, because it offers a highly-skilled workforce. Investing in the construction of our own facility signals a long-term commitment to Chandler and the State of Arizona,” said Kevin Rauckman, Garmin’s CFO. The city of Chandler is excited to attract and maintain high-tech employers such as Garmin and LGE Design Build is honored to head the project.

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LGE Completes Construction of Southwest Products HQ in Surprise

LGE Design Build recently completed construction on a state of the art office, manufacturing, and warehouse facility located in Surprise. This 170,312 SF facility includes over 22,000 SF of office, 6-inch reinforced slab, 24-foot clear height, steel truss / deck, two paint booths, generator test room, fabrication area, shot blast room, one elevator, stain concrete and carpet tiles throughout the office area, decorative steel handrails, and sits on over 20 acres. The large power demand will be offset by a solar panel collection on the employee parking canopy structures that will produce up to 40% if the required power needed for this facility. This project was designed, engineered, and permitted in 150 days and was complete on time and under budget. For more than 50 years, Southwest Products Corporation also builds custom generator packages, specialty service vehicles and most recently, custom industrial tanks, providing these products to public and private sectors across North America.

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LGE Breaks Ground on Skyway Retail in Surprise

Skyway Business Park is 300 acres and one of Surprise’s largest economic developments. In the past year, Skyway Business Park has grown to include companies such as Rio Glass Solar, Gestamp Solar Steel, and Intrepid Tool. LGE Design Build is beginning construction on a special retail development within the next month. This will include 17,416 SF Skyway Retail where they previously completed 176,000 SF SW Products and 420,000 SF Park Skyway. The new building will include retail spaces from 1200 SF and will include 14’ clear ht, an attractive parking ratio, and available patio space for restaurant tenants. This new building is being built to serve the businesses located in Skyway Business Park and surrounding residential neighborhoods.

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Garmin Expanding In Chandler; LGE Design Build To Construct 60,000 SF Facility

 

Garmin, the producer of Global Positioning Satellite (GPS) devices, is expanding its operations in Chandler with a 60,000 SF building at the Chandler Corporate Center where it has leased space for the last five years. LGE Design Build will be the general contractor.

“Garmin is exactly the kind of quality, high-tech employer that we need in Arizona,” said Gov. Jan Brewer. “I thank Garmin for its continued investment in our state and its ongoing role in helping drive the Arizona comeback.”

This continued expansion of the city’s technology platform is indicative of Chandler’s strong position in vying for technology companies.

“These are the elite technology jobs, and employees in this industry can choose to live anywhere,” said Chandler Mayor Jay Tibshraeny. “You have to have an excellent community and sense of place in order to attract and retain companies like Garmin.”

Garmin will add 141 new software and product development jobs over the next three years, and has committed to $11M in capital investment. The Chandler office will help support Garmin’s software engineering needs, including aviation, automotive OEM, and desktop applications.

“Garmin has been a longtime employer in Chandler and the greater Phoenix area, because it offers a highly-skilled workforce,” said Garmin CFO Kevin Rauckman. “Investing in the construction of our own facility signals a long-term commitment to Chandler and the state of Arizona.”

Chandler was selected over several other states in a highly competitive process.

“Garmin is a champion of next-generation technologies, and we are so pleased the company has selected Arizona as a foundation for continued growth,” said Sandra Watson, president and CEO of the Arizona Commerce Authority. “This Chandler expansion will create high-wage jobs and generate cutting-edge research and development, strengthening our statewide economy and bolstering Arizona’s base of idea-generation and innovation.”

Garmin has expanded three times at its current location near Chandler and McClintock. LGE will be pursuing LEED certification for the building.

“It’s projects like this that are continuing to bolster Arizona’s economy,” said David Sellers, president of LGE Design Build. “We are proud to have been selected to design/build this new facility for Garmin.”

Construction will begin late this summer with an expected completion in the first half of 2014.

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LGE Design Build Completes New, $5M Entertainment District Project in Scottsdale

 

 

LGE Design Build recently received Certificate of Completion on the multi-building entertainment district project on the SWC of Shoeman Lane in Scottsdale.

The project houses five new entertainment and dining establishments including Hifi Kitchen, May Day & Nightclub, Whiskey Row and Derby Public House.

The developer is Triyar Companies. Cawley Architects & AV3 Design Studio were the architects.

 

 

 

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LGE Design Build Closes Out 2012 With New Projects Totaling More Than $113M

 

LGE Design Build closed out 2012 completing and/or starting more than 1.5 MSF of new projects with a total value of more than $113M.

Included in this total were projects such as Skyline Charter Schools, Adelante Healthcare Mesa, Fedex North Phoenix, The Entertainment District in Old Town Scottsdale and the new 172,000 SF headquarters for Southwest Products in Surprise,

“2012 was a great year for LGE,” said David E. Sellers, President of LGE Design Build. “We showed our range in expertise and delivered several very high quality projects.”

According the company, going into 2013 LGE has its largest back log in nearly four years.

It recently completed construction on a tenant improvement for Specialized Armament,  3,568 SF of office and 6,016 SF of warehouse space in Peoria. Specialized Armament is an authorized Colt Defense distributor and stocking dealer.

 

 

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LGE Design Build Breaks Ground on $4M Industrial Building

LGE Design Build broke ground on a new, build-to-suit industrial facility for Phoenix Pumps at 5100 S. 36th St., Phoenix.

The approximately $4M, 2-story, 41,147 SF building will include more than 11,000 SF of office space.

Phoenix Pumps offers specialized products for the industrial, mining and construction industries with pumps, filtration and flow-meters among the products and services they offer. The company will be consolidating its operations in the new facility.

Cawley Architects is the architecture firm for the project.

Lee & Associates Principal Bob Kling brokered the transaction on behalf of Phoenix Pumps. In addition, Kling will be handling the sale of their existing facilities.

The centrally-located building site will sit on 2.5 acres just south of Sky Harbor International Airport and is in proximity to Interstate 10, Cotton Business Center and Tempe.

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Adelante Healthcare officially opens another facility in Mesa

Adelante Healthcare, a provider of sustainable healthcare for patients throughout the Valley, officially opened its seventh location, at 1705 W. Main St. in Mesa.

The grand opening celebration included official ribbon-cutting, tours of the state-of-the-art facility, music and refreshments and beverages.

“We are ecstatic to announce the opening of our brand new health center in Mesa,” said Avein Saaty-Tafoya, chief executive officer of Adelante Healthcare. “This facility will not only provide high quality primary and preventive health services to individuals throughout the East Valley, it will also be a community meeting resource, provide nutritionists, a pharmacy, and lab all within a peaceful, welcoming environment, open to all.”

Adelante Healthcare Mesa will provide family medicine, pediatrics, women’s health, internal medicine, and dental care. It will also have a healthy café in its lobby offering a full coffee bar and grab-and-go items for breakfast and lunch. The new location will replace the current health center practice now operating at 2204 S. Dobson Rd., Suite 101.

“Our new site is slated for LEED Platinum interiors certification, the first community health center in the nation to achieve this designation. It’s also the first comprehensive health center on the Metro Light Rail,” Saaty-Tafoya said.

“We have incorporated design researched to create a healing environment. This is a truly specially built environment of care that will transform how patients access services and will improve patients’ experience.”

The new facility uses earth-friendly design elements such as low-VOC paint, recycled materials, energy-saving technologies, responsible waste disposal, green-living outreach and education. Patients will also find light-filled spaces in vibrant colors, smaller living room-style waiting areas, healing art, positive distractions, and interactive activities throughout the center.

The lease for Adelante Healthcare Mesa was negotiated by Aaron Kuhl of Medical Office Brokers. LGE Design Build was the general contractor.

 

 

 

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LGE Design Build Completes Renovation of Popular Phoenix Restaurant

LGE Design Build recently completed a restaurant renovation for Lolo’s Chicken & Waffles, the popular Downtown Phoenix eatery at the NWC of Central Ave. and Yuma.

This 4,240 SF project was completed on time and under budget. The owneris White Girls LLC and the architect was Cawley.

The original building was built in 1927, and many of its historic qualities were preserved. As part of the renovation, seating capacity tripled in size with rooms for private parties.

Lolo’s remained open for business throughout the construction.

 

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Adelante Healthcare to Open LEED Platinum Health Center in East Valley

 

Adelante Healthcare, a provider of sustainable healthcare for patients throughout the Valley,  opens its seventh location, 1705 W. Main Street in Mesa on Nov. 2.

The site is slated for LEED Platinum certification. and will host a scheduled tour stop for the national Health Design Conference on Nov. 3, hosting architects, engineers and designers who look to the space as a forerunner in healthcare facility design.

LGE Design Build is the general contractor and the architectural firm is Cawley Architects.

The new facility uses earth-friendly design elements such as low-VOC paint, recycled materials, energy-saving technologies, responsible waste disposal, green-living outreach and education. Patients will also find light-filled spaces in vibrant colors, smaller living room-style waiting areas, healing art, positive distractions, and interactive activities throughout the center.

“We are ecstatic to announce the opening of our brand new health center in Mesa,” said Avein Saaty-Tafoya, CEO of Adelante Healthcare. “This facility will not only provide high quality primary and preventive health services to individuals throughout the East Valley, it will also be a community meeting resource, provide nutritionists, a pharmacy, and lab all within a peaceful, welcoming environment, open to all.”

Adelante Healthcare Mesa will provide family medicine, pediatrics, women’s health, internal medicine, and dental care. It will also have a healthy café in its lobby offering a full coffee bar and grab-and-go items for breakfast and lunch. The new location will replace the current health center practice now operating at 2204 S. Dobson Road, Suite 101.

“Our new site is slated for LEED Platinum interiors certification, the first community health center in the nation to achieve this designation. It’s also the first comprehensive health center on the Metro Light Rail,” Saaty-Tafoya said.

“We have incorporated design researched to create a healing environment. This is a truly specially built environment of care that will transform how patients access services and will improve patients’ experience.”

The lease for Adelante Healthcare Mesa was negotiated by Aaron Kuhl of Medical Office Brokers.

 

 

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Cassidy Turley Completes Sale of 35,000 SF Office Building

Cassidy Turley BRE Commercial negotiated the sale of 8550 and 8600 E. Anderson Dr. in Scottsdale.

Mark Stratz, Ray Harris, Tyler Wilson and Scott Baumgarten with Cassidy Turley represented the seller, Silverleaf Perimeter Center, LLC, in the $3.7M transaction. The buyers were Phoenix based LGE Design Build and Anderson Commercial Real Estate.

The purchase included a ±35,000 SF, 2-story medical office building built in 2003 and completely renovated in 2012 at the 8600 address and a build-to-suit opportunity on two acres at the 8550 address for a potential ±72,000 SF, 4-story building. Both addresses have frontage on Loop 101.

Vice Presidents Mark Stratz, Ray Harris, Tyler Wilson and Senior Associate Scott Baumgarten are with Cassidy Turley BRE Commercial’s Office Group.

 

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Healthcare: Adelante Mesa

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Developer: World Properties

General Contractor: LGE Design Build

Architect: Cawley Architects

Broker: Aaron Kuhl

Location: Dobson and Main, Mesa

Size: 41,000 SF

The $6M medical office building will be located on the East Valley Institute of Technology campus and will be pursuing LEED certification. Expected completion is 3Q 2012.

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RED Awards 2012: Best Redevelopment Project, Adelante Healthcare Surprise

On March 1, AZRE hosted the 7th Annual RED Awards reception at the Arizona Biltmore in Phoenix to recognize the most notable commercial real estate projects of 2011 and the construction teams involved. AZRE held an open call for nominations and a record 116 projects were submitted by architects, contractors, developers and brokerage firms in Arizona. This year, the winner for Best Redevelopment Project was Adelante Healthcare Surprise.


Best Redevelopment Project

Adelante Healthcare Surprise

Developer: One World Development Corp.
Contractor: LGE Design Build
Architect: Cawley Architects
Broker: Medical Office Brokers
Size: 29,096 SF
Location: 15351 W. Bell Rd., Surprise
Completed: December 2011

Adelante HealthcareA once-vacant project known as Bell Road Plaza, this collection of three frontage retail buildings and one office building was redeveloped and transformed into Adelante Healthcare. In less than nine months, LGE Design Build and Cawley Architects expanded 12,000 SF to accommodate 30,000 SF of contiguous space. The healthcare facility includes 28 exam rooms, specialty waiting rooms, wood look-alike VCT floors and a central break cafe. To maintain energy efficiency, Adelante includes 14 seer HVAC and a 1-inch foam roof to the current building. The project was 100% vacant and being sold through bankruptcy. Thanks to the project’s innovative team, Adelante Healthcare has the capacity and resources to provide medical assistance to the residents of Surprise.

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Honorable Mention

The Q Building at Paradise Valley Community College

Developer: Paradise Valley Community College
Contractor: Jokake
Architect: SmithGroupJJR
Size: 69,700 SF
Location: 18401 N. 32nd St. Phoenix
Completed: January, 2011


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RED Awards 2012 Winners & Finalists

AZRE Magazine March/April 2011