Riverside Horizons Building 10
New warehouse built in Riverside, MO
Describing it technically, the new Horizons 10 building in Riverside, Missouri can seem a bit plain.
It’s a single-loaded shell warehouse in the Horizons East Industrial Park. It looks a lot like every other warehouse in the industrial park.
But projects like this aren’t just about the technical parts. The 207,000 SF of space represent progress and hope and promise. This facility represents business and commerce and jobs. It’s a symbol that even after two strange pandemic years, things are moving right along in the Midwest.
The $9.7 million warehouse features a reinforced concrete foundation system, conventional steel framing, joist and deck, textured painted walls and EIFS cornice band. There’s storefront glass, hollow metal and aluminum storefront doors, and overhead doors for drive-in. The single-ply TPO roof features a double-pitched roofing system with collector heads and downspouts.
Construction began in the spring of 2020, and weather caused several issues throughout the project, as did the tight site with the existing detention basin adjacent to the building site. Also, when tapping the existing sanitary sewer that was close to 30 feet deep, the pipe broke. Not good.
To overcome these challenges, Crossland pushed the schedule, aligned subs, and brought in Crossland Heavy Contractors to finish the sanitary sewer when the job became too much for the original utility contractor.
Despite the challenges, the job was completed on time and on budget, and the community was delivered opportunities for more jobs and economic activity.
Industry Sector: Industrial
Size: 207,752 SF
Delivery Method: Design-Bid-Build / Hard Bid
Owner: Horizons Industrial X, LLC
Architect: studioNorth Architecture
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