Miller Construction is underway with the simultaneous build of three warehouse/distribution buildings totaling 415,460 square feet at Miami Axis Park, for developer Lincoln Property Company.
“With the vacancy rate for Miami-Dade’s tight industrial market at around four percent, delivering next-generation warehouse/distribution space quickly and cost-efficiently is vital,” said Miller Construction President Brian Sudduth. “Building out the park’s space by creating all three structures at once will trim the owner’s costs and speed product to market.” Delivery of all three buildings is scheduled for summer 2020, he added.
The project includes tilt-wall shell construction of the 212,760-square-foot Building 100, as well as 96,540-square-foot Building 200 and 106,160-square-foot Building 300. The business park’s 20-acre site is bounded on the east by Florida East Coast Railroad property. With Building 100 to be located close to the boundary, Miller’s crews will build one side of that building from the interior by lifting and tilting panels outward.
Designed by RLC Architects of Boca Raton, the buildings will maximize warehouse and distribution operational efficiency with a 36-foot clear height ceiling and 60 by 54-foot interior column spacing in Building 100. Buildings 200 and 300 will have 32-foot clear height ceilings and 50 by 52-foot interior column spacing, and the park will include 60-foot speed bays.
Miami Axis Park’s central location at 725 SE 9 Court in Hialeah will streamline tenants’ access with multiple routes available to the Port of Miami, Miami International Airport and “last mile” access to Downtown, Brickell, Coral Gables and Doral.
Miami-based engineering project team members are Puga & Associates (MEP), DDA Engineers (Structural) and Langan Engineering & Environmental Services (civil).
Fairchild Partners of Miami is responsible for leasing Miami Axis Park.