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Miyamoto International’s effort on the West Corona Industrial Center was 100 percent during the design phase and up to 50 percent during the construction phase, or more as needed.  As part of the Design Team, Miyamoto served as the structural engineer responsible for structural design of all components of the new warehouse/distribution facility to fill the growing needs and requirements for increasingly sophisticated local and regional distributors. The project consists of a new single-multi-tenant industrial speculative facility located on a 20-acre site. The existing structure on the site was demolished and developed into a distribution warehouse, complete with corporate and engineering administrative offices, labs, manufacturing facilities and warehouse distribution.  The facility includes storage room, staging area, communication room, multi-purpose room, conference room, men and women toilet rooms, janitor area and kitchen area.

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Market Sector
Industrial
Location
Corona, CA
Completion Date
2009
Client
McDonald Property Group
Cost
$9 Million
Size
321,700 SF