Concore converted a 30,000 sf former factory/warehouse industrial building for its client, Oak Investment Funds, into a multi-tenant facility that is now home to a number of individual Cannabis growing businesses.
The facility originally had a great deal of open space with support pillars every 30 feet that was converted into smaller common areas and individual tenant spaces with demising walls. These walls were constructed with the installation of all-weather insulated wall panels that are built twice as fast as typical stick frame and drywall systems. They also provide environments with the highest level of health and controlled temperatures in mind.
Additionally, new corridors and ADA-compliant rest rooms were built, an elevator installed and various site accessibility improvements were also included in the project’s scope of work.
Another major component of the project is a major 10,000 amp upgrade to the building’s electrical service. Trenches were dug and new conduit was laid from the street that terminates at a completely new main service panel inside. The main panel then branches to sub-panels located throughout the complex. With this upgrade, Mehrad and his team have ensured that tenants have more than adequate power to operate their businesses without any power drains or unwanted interruptions.