Felix Construction

12,694 SF | Industrial | Phoenix, Arizona

Felix Construction is a three-building light industrial project in south Phoenix designed for one of the southwest’s largest water and wastewater contractors.  Cawley Architects designed Felix’s primary building as a 12,694 square foot corporate headquarters for their several southwest divisions.

The company commissioned Cawley Design Studio to provide interior design services for the headquarters building using its vibrant corporate color palette.

Owner: Felix Construction
Contractor: Haydon Building Corp
Interiors: Cawley Design Studio

Hawkins Design Group

12,275 SF | Light Industrial Office Warehouse | Gilbert, Arizona

Hawkins Design Group is a professional electrical engineering firm that also specializes in photovoltaic (PV) solar energy systems. The $3 million, 12,275 SF building incorporates the company’s office operations (6,000 SF) along with a large warehouse area (6,275 SF).

A unique steel-framed canopy over the main entry glass wall defines the entrance to the building. This feature is replicated over the office windows to enhance the façade of the building. Similarly, steel beams continue around the side of the building to cover the large outdoor patio making it an ideal place for group gatherings during any season. As an energy-efficient feature, and to display their solar business, they installed photovoltaic solar panels on the building roof and parking structures.

The main interior focus of the project is the large open office area, where project managers work in a collaborative environment highlighted by outstanding light fixtures. The office area is supported by an impressive conference room and a flexible break room area that opens onto the patio. Unique contemporary lighting schemes are featured in each private office to illustrate the variety of possible fixtures and effects that a customer may choose to showcase in their business. Additionally, the lobby, conference room, open office area, and break room floors have been painted a stunning deep blue color reflecting Hawkins’ love of the ocean and its bounty. Subtle blue and white accent lighting can be observed throughout the interior as well.

Developer: Hawkins Design Group
Contractor: Kennedy Design Build
Interiors: Cawley Design Studio

Southwest Industrial Sales

11,844 SF | Light Industrial Addition | Chandler, Arizona

Southwest Industrial Sales is a new two-story addition to a building previously designed by Cawley Architects on an established industrial site in Stellar Airpark.  With the addition, the client was able to double the size of their current facility to accommodate the corporate growth of their machinery sales business.

The facility features a sales and exhibit showroom for CNC machines and as well as a machine shop.  A portion of the original building was also reclassified to increase the manufacturing functions.

Owner: Southwest Industrial Sales
Contractor: LGE Design Build

Deer Valley Freeway Corporate

12,275 SF | Light Industrial Spec Office Warehouse | Phoenix, Arizona

This light industrial office warehouse building was developed as a single-user speculative property by Phoenix Rising Investment (PHRI), a family investment and development company that focuses on developments in many submarkets.

A distinctive steel-framed portico at the corner glass entry defines the entrance to the building.  The project is a fully-fenced, 24’-clear, two-story building with ample space for an ultimate office buildout, as well as an evap-cooled warehouse.  The design features grade-level loading and accommodates a future truck well.

The project was recently sold by Phoenix Rising for the highest $/SF value at that time in the Deer Valley submarket.

Owner: Phoenix Rising Investment
Contractor: Willmeng Construction

Southwest Industrial Center – Phase Two

557,773 Total SF (Building 2: 222,147 SF;   Building 3: 347,645 SF) | Two – 36’ Clear, Distribution and Manufacturing Buildings | Phoenix, Arizona

Southwest Industrial Center, Phase 2, is a two-building, distribution project. It is the second phase of the already completed 577,773 SF. Building One.

This phase consists of Buildings Two and Three. Building Two faces north and presents an impressive facade facing Buckeye Road. It is rear-loaded and shares a truck court with its companion. Building Three is the larger facility of the two and is fully cross-docked with deep maneuvering yards and truck storage.  Both buildings include architectural accents and canopies designed to be compatible with the overall scale of the project.

Owner: Hines
Contractor: Layton Southwest

Skyway Commons Phase Two

110,350 SF Total (Building F: 51,022 SF; Building G: 59,328 SF)  | 24’ Clear, Rear Loaded Distribution and Manufacturing | Surprise, Arizona

Skyway Commons is a two-building industrial project that supports future growth for the industrial sub-market in the city. The project provides 4,500-15,000 SF office warehouse suites for lease. These suites include high-quality amenities such as evaporative cooling for all warehouse areas and concrete yards throughout. This project is in the  Skyway Business Center, a 115-acre business park on Dysart Road in Surprise. Bold colors and a strong color scheme were essential to the project, incorporating contemporary colors of the southwest.

Owner: Silagi Development
Contractor: LGE Design Build

Park Skyway

418,750 SF | 32’ Clear, Cross Docked Distribution and Manufacturing | Surprise, Arizona

Park Skyway is a 418,750 SF cross-docked distribution building. The facility is a speculative project and designed to accommodate warehousing and manufacturing.

The tilt concrete project has four separate entrances that are designed to accommodate offices for multi-tenant divisibility. Each has a two-story entrance with steel canopies. Parapet undulations also help to identify the four entrance areas at each corner. These architectural accents are designed to be compatible with the overall scale of the project and relate to the adjacent companion Southwest Products project. The entrances face parking areas that surround the site. Truck parking is segregated into separate yards with 50 doors per side.

Owner: Silagi Development
Contractor: LGE Design Build
Interiors: Iconic Design Studio

Papago Tech

62,880 SF | High-Tech Manufacturing | Phoenix, Arizona     

Papago Tech is a 62,880 square foot research, development, and manufacturing facility in Phoenix, AZ. It is situated on one of the few A-2 zoned parcels near the Sky Harbor Airport submarket and features desirable frontage and visibility from SR 143. The building is a two-story contemporary industrial tilt building with a modern facade, intended to appeal to high tech users that also want freeway exposure and proximity to the Sky Harbor Airport. Architectural accents are designed to be compatible with the overall scale of the project.

Owner: Silagi Development
Contractor: LGE Design Build

Metso Copperstate

39,541 SF | Industrial and Regional Headquarters Building | Mesa, Arizona      

Metso Copperstate’s parent company is one of the world’s largest suppliers for open pit mining equipment.  This new facility allows them to produce and repair equipment efficiently. The large windows on the front façade flood the office and conference spaces with natural light. And the façade design makes a visual reference to the natural layers of the earth. Complimentary materials such as steel and timber accents are used on the exterior and interior areas along with moments of bright color. The workers and projects of Metso are highlighted on the collage wall at the reception area to commend the work that the company provides. The workshop and repair areas allow for both interior and exterior jobs to be performed and are easily accessible for vehicles and workers.

Owner: Metso Copperstate, Inc.
Contractor: LGE Design Build
Interiors: Iconic Design Studio

Exeter One

540,960 SF | 36’ Clear, Cross-Docked Distribution and Manufacturing | Phoenix, Arizona

Exeter One is a cross-docked distribution building. Designed for Exeter Property Group as a speculative project, the facility is designed for both warehousing and manufacturing.

The tilt concrete project has four separate entrances, one in each corner of the building and is arranged to accommodate offices for multi-tenant divisibility. Each has a two-story entrance with steel canopies. The entrances face parking areas that encircle the site. Truck parking is segregated from passenger vehicles and has two separate yards with 70 doors each.

Owner: Exeter Property Group
Contractor: Layton Southwest