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Regional Utility Harrison Consolidation & Mulberry Street Building



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Consolidation at Regional Utility Harrison

Regional Utility owns a waterfront 20-acre industrial site that has been rezoned to office/commercial use instead of remaining as an industrial use property. Regional Utility was planning on selling approximately half of the property to the City of Harrison for the construction of high-rise office buildings by others. Our scope of work included the demolition documents of most of the existing buildings on site and designing a new industrial building for Regional Utility natural gas maintenance staff use. The proposed multiuse building was to contain a 15,060+/- SF gas equipment, storeroom/warehouse building and an 8,130+/-SF large commercial truck maintenance garage with all associated management offices, locker rooms, restrooms, lunchrooms, and a fitness center for their union employees use.

Regional Utility Mulberry Street Building – Tenant Fit-Out

Regional Utility owns a multi-use, vacant, secure paper document storage building with an occupied Regional Utility vehicle repair garage and gas station below. Regional Utility’s secure paper document storage warehouse has become obsolete and Regional Utility will relocate its vehicle service facility to another location along with its gasoline pumps to convert the building into a Regional Utility staff meeting hall. The proposed two-story building had to represent Regional Utility’s corporate image and no longer look like an industrial building. The new round glass entry lobby was designed around Regional Utility’s symbol of light floor tile logo, surrounded by a round glass skylit structure. The meeting hall building also had to be flexible enough to accommodate anything from multiple small staff training seminars to all staff conferences with associated break rooms, catered food concession stands, new ADA accessible elevators, and restrooms.