Rangeview Majestic - Aurora
- Location: Rangeview Industrial Center
- Project Type: Tilt-up
- Project Size: 122,511sf
- Concrete: 7,000cy
- Architect: Ware Malcomb
- Structural Engineer: Peak Engineering
- General Contractor: OPUS Design Group
- Concrete: Suntec Concrete
Rangeview Majestic Industrial is a 122,500 – square-foot industrial building for the Majestic Commercenter near Interstate 70 and Tower Road on the eastern side of the business park. With a shortage of industrial space in the Denver market for tenants that require a smaller footprint, Opus developed this project on a fast track with the building being available for occupancy in less than seven months.
Recognizing the strong demand, Opus developed the Rangeview Majestic building to help meet the needs of an underserved group of tenants, requiring a smaller footprint. Situated on 6.4 acres in the well-known northeast industrial submarket of Aurora, Rangeview Majestic Industrial Center is not only located in the predominant industrial submarket in the area, but it’s also close to Denver International Airport and Interstate 70. In addition to providing multitenant space for users looking between 40,000 and 80,000 square feet or a single, full-building user, the spec industrial project features a flexible building design and
- 32-foot clear height,
- 22 dock positions,
- two drive-in doors,
- front park and load set up ,
- flexible outdoor space for additional storage and trailer parking and
- customized office space.
Given the high demand in the Denver market, Opus wanted a high quality building in a short amount of time. They also wanted a superior floor slab, which would more resistant to curling, minimize joint raveling, and have a denser surface for better long term wear. These kinds of slabs are very desirable for the owners, but take a skilled concrete contractor who knows how to manage the mix for the variable environmental conditions.
Suntec Concrete worked with Bestway to develop a 1½” aggregate mix, which they were able to use to meet all of the owners expectations. The team placed 5 different test slabs to dial in the mix in to exactly what Suntec needed for the mix performance. We placed the entire floor slab in only three placements to minimize the slab construction joints. We also placed these floor slabs at a rate of 200cy/hr to allow Suntec to get on and off the slabs in a timely fashion. Delivering this kind of quantity an hour on a commercial floor slab requires a great jobsite traffic plan to get trucks in and out as quickly as possible. Suntec, Opus and Bestway did a masterful job working together to make every facet of this project go off seamlessly.