INDUSTRIAL BUILD COMPLETE
This spec industrial building consists of 191,000 SF of tilt-up warehouse space, equipped with 2,291 SF of spec office space, a breakroom, and large open meeting space. The project features a large truck court with auto-operated gates at each end, a diesel fueled fire pump, and 36 overhead sectional doors; 2 of which are oversized for easier access into warehouse spaces.
Additionally, the scope of work included 8 pit-style dock levelers; all of which were fitted with edge of dock bumpers for wall protection.
Join the Wespac team for a CONCRETE NIGHT POUR
This ground-up distribution facility in Phoenix required 94 trucks to pour 934 yards of concrete. Each of the four concrete slabs took 7 hour to pour.
This 33.426 acre site is comprised of two parcels located at 3929 and 4065 W. Lower Buckeye Road.
CONCRETE NIGHT POUR
Did you know we often pour concrete at night? 94 trucks poured 934 yards of concrete over 7 hours, for just ONE of 4 slabs in the Exeter's Spec building project.
When concrete cures at high temperatures it has a high rate of evaporation, causing unwanted blemishes and cracks, so night is preferable because the temperature is descending. In addition, concrete workers can avoid daytime high temperatures while working on a surface that is exuding heat itself. Lastly, concrete should be put in place within 90 minutes of loading the truck. Depending on the proximity to the jobsite, this can be a big challenge. Night pouring offers a major advantage, no traffic jams!