Miller Construction Company, a privately-held construction firm in Florida, recently completed the construction of a $22.7 million distribution facility in Hialeah Gardens. The 103,000-square-foot warehouse project is a joint venture between Orlando-based Cadence Development Partners and New York-based Clarion Partners. Construction began in August 2021.
Located at 10910 NW 144 St., the tilt-wall shell structure has 32-foot clear-height ceilings and 24 support columns. The facility also includes a two-story, 14,000-square-foot office buildout featuring breakrooms, restrooms, a training facility and an intake screening area.
“We are excited to deliver this Class A distribution facility in Hialeah Gardens for our clients,” Brian Sudduth says, president of Miller Construction Company. “This project is our first with Cadence Development Partners and Clarion Partners. We anticipate a continued demand for logistics facilities throughout Florida and hope to partner again on future projects.”
Miller’s preconstruction team planned the warehouse’s strategic design, including nine delivery docks on the east side and six overhead loading doors with a covered canopy on the south side, ideal for tenants seeking an efficient process for sorting shipments to the facility. The project team included Baker Barrios (Architects), Wilson & Girgenti (MEP), TLC Engineering Solutions (Structural) and SRS Engineering, Inc. (Civil).