Robert A. Bedrich, Vice President – Division Manager of Cadence McShane Construction Company, is pleased to announce that the firm has completed the comprehensive construction of a new 181,067 square foot build-to-suit at the Central Green Business Park on behalf of owner/developer Liberty Property Trust. GAC Energy & Marine Services LLC, a global provider of integrated shipping, logistics, marine and related services, will occupy the new facility located at 16200 Central Green Boulevard in Houston, Texas.
The new build-to-suit was designed and constructed to meet LEED-CS (Core and Shell) certification. The single-story building includes warehouse and distribution space together with 31,309 square feet of office space. Cadence McShane utilized attractively designed tiltwall panels for the exterior of this cross-dock facility that also includes a 30’ clear height, ESFR sprinkler system, 32 truck docks with expandability up to 55 and parking for 110 vehicles. The property offers an additional three-acre outside storage area that can be utilized for storage and trailer parking.
“We are pleased to have fulfilled this construction assignment at the Central Green Business Park on behalf of our valued client, Liberty Property Trust,” remarks Bedrich. “Our extensive experience in meeting the goals and objectives for high-quality construction together with our commitment to schedule and budget allows us the privilege of delivering yet another successful project into Liberty Property Trust’s portfolio.”
Cadence McShane previously completed Central Green Building 8, a 79,600 square foot warehouse/distribution facility; Central Green Building 9, a 63,600 square foot LEED-CS facility; and Central Green Building 10, a 163,600 square foot LEED-CS facility located at the Central Green Business Park for Liberty Property Trust. The park features a Foreign Trade Zone designation and provides convenient access to the George Bush Intercontinental Airport, Hardy Road and Interstate 45.
Seeberger Architecture provided the comprehensive architectural services for this assignment. Derrick Jones, Associate Director with Bandier Realty Partners, and Bob Bandos, CEO of GAC Energy & Marine Services, negotiated the lease transaction with Liberty Property Trust.