On behalf of SunCap Property Group, leading design-build general contractor Graycor Construction Company has completed the Gilbert Spectrum V office building, and is now underway on the final build-out for the building’s tenant – global aerospace and defense technology company Northrop Grumman.

Located at 1715 W. Elliott Road, the new 120,294-square-foot, two-story Gilbert Spectrum V continues the expansion of Northrop Grumman’s multi-building satellite manufacturing campus in Gilbert, Arizona.

“Northrop Grumman’s expansion is a boon for the Valley and its aerospace industry,” said Todd Ostransky, Graycor Construction Company Vice President of the Southwest Division. “This new building was constructed in close collaboration with the tenant, Town of Gilbert and our project team, allowing us to build the highest quality workplace under a schedule that keeps Northrop Grumman’s growth plan actively moving forward.”

The Class A Gilbert Spectrum Building V features generous 15’ floor-to-floor elevations, state-of-the-art interior common areas and workspaces, and an outdoor employee amenity area with landscaping, shade canopies and seating. The building has a flagstone veneer exterior accented with steel canopies. It provides 602 covered and surface parking spaces, including four electric vehicle charging stations.

Gilbert Spectrum Building V is the latest building completed by SunCap and Graycor at the 63-acre Gilbert Spectrum Business Park. Already completed buildings include Northrop Grumman’s original 58,289-square-foot office building (delivered in 2017) and a 135,745-square-foot, 32’ clear height manufacturing building leased to off-road vehicle supplier SDHQ Off Road, Pella Windows and the new location of disinfectant wipe manufacturer GPMI.

At build-out, the Gilbert Spectrum Business Park will include more than 800,000 square feet and up to 10 office and flex industrial buildings ranging in size from 60,000 to 200,000 square feet.

Graycor is completing the Northrop Grumman interior build-out of Building V in two phases, with final delivery scheduled during Q1 2021. Balmer Architectural Group serves as the building architect. Gensler is the tenant improvement architect. Bowman Consulting Group is the building’s civil engineer.