Miller Construction is continuing its successful relationship with Foundry Commercial, a real estate services and investment company, with a new site in Hialeah Gardens. The firm recently announced the start of site work for Foundry Commercial’s new two-building, 312,592-square-foot Midpoint Miami Logistics Park. The project is the design/build and construction services contractor’s ninth project for Foundry.
The project required a Class IV wetlands permit as well as site clearing and earth moving. Construction is starting with the 147,974-square-foot Building 1, which contains the fire pump for both structures, and will continue with the 164,618-square-foot Building 2 a few weeks later. Designed by RLC Architects of Boca Raton, both Class-A industrial buildings at Midpoint Miami Logistics Park will feature 32-foot ceilings and 54-foot column width to maximize efficient workflow. Buildings 1 and 2, with a total of 124 dock doors, will share a 180-foot truck court. The project team includes Miami engineering firms Puga & Associates International (MEP), DDA Engineers (structural), and Langan Engineering (civil). Leasing is by Avison Young Global’s Miami office.
Located at at 14501 NW 109 Ave. near the intersection of Florida’s Turnpike and U.S. 27, and close to Interstate 75, Midpoint Miami Logistics Park will provide next-generation industrial space in a market responding to intense demand spurred by the uptick in ecommerce during the COVID-19 pandemic.
“With South Florida a key growth market for us, Miller Construction’s counsel, precision, and focus on adding value for complex projects gives us a strong competitive edge,” said Foundry Commercial Principal David Blount.
Up next, for Miller: two more Foundry projects under contract, slated to begin in the fourth quarter.