Dalfen Industrial partners with Choate Construction Company and LS3P Associates, LTD. for the design-build delivery of the area’s largest single speculative industrial building to date. Measuring a record-breaking 1.3 million SF, this expansive warehouse and distribution space aims to support strategic growth at the ports.
Palmetto Logistics Center’s project site is located within 15 miles of the Port of Charleston, five miles of the Charleston International Airport, and less than three miles from Interstate 26, making the facility perfectly poised for substantial reach into Charleston and the surrounding communities. Its highly accessible location also ensures smooth logistics operations for future tenants.
This warehouse and distribution center is built using tilt-up construction, featuring staggering 40-foot clear heights, a 185-foot truck court, and 251 dock doors along with two drive-in doors on each loading side. The cross-dock design features nearly 1000 spaces for cars to park, as well as 471 trailer parking spaces.
With materials shortages and other supply chain challenges in mind, the project team draws on previous experience and Choate’s breadth of relationships across the country to mitigate project scheduling delays. Taking a proactive approach, key trade partners are strategically selected early in the planning and development of this industrial construction project to mitigate these volatile market conditions all while meeting Dalfen Industrial’s project schedule. The advanced preparation for this warehouse and distribution project incorporates the range of Choate’s construction management teams, from Virtual Design and Construction to relationship building between the client, partners, and project team.
About Palmetto Commerce Park
The majority of Palmetto Commerce Parkway is already developed, and the industrial inventory is 100% leased, making Palmetto Logistics one of the last infill opportunities in the area. Operating out of Palmetto Logistics will allow end-users to keep drayage costs low and keep freight moving in correlation with the Port of Charleston.
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