Fullmer completed Stratford Ranch Building 3, a Class A cross-dock distribution facility built for IDI Gazeley in Perris, CA. The 456,652 square foot warehouse building is a part of the 101-acre master-planned Stratford Ranch industrial park located along the rapidly-developing 215 corridor.  

Situated on a 22-acre site, the finished product includes a beautiful 5,544 square foot corner office tenant improvement. Features include high-end upgrades and premium finishes, a large conference room overlooking the warehouse, four private offices, employee break room and spacious open work area.

Warehouse features include 36’ clear height, 7” Ductilcrete slab, 104 dock doors, four drive-through doors, 30 dock levelers, 2,000-amp power (expandable to 4,000), four high-velocity warehouse fans, 3% skylights, motion-activated LED lighting and ESFR sprinkler system. The 129’ and 185’ truck courts are both fully-secured and feature 55 trailer parking stalls.

Fullmer completed the Indian Commerce Center, a 436,350 square foot concrete tilt-up distribution facility located in Moreno Valley, CA. Ideally situated along the rapidly-developing I-215 industrial corridor, the building features convenient access to the 215 and 60 freeways. 

Constructed as a spec development for Sares-Regis Group, the building offers nearly 4,000 square feet of beautiful corner office space, complete with a large conference room featuring floor-to-ceiling windows, employee break room, three private offices and an open work area with windows to the warehouse.

The 36’ clear warehouse features 53 dock doors, two drive-through doors, 1,200-amp electrical (expandable to 3,000), ESFR sprinkler system, 50’ x 56’ column spacing and motion-sensing LED lighting. The 185’ truck court is fully secured and offers 55 trailer parking stalls; the site is completed with 215 auto parking spaces.

The project is LEED certified.

The Waterman Distribution Center is a 554,000 square foot concrete tilt-up industrial building located in San Bernardino, CA. Situated on a 25-acre site less than one mile from the 10 / 215 freeway interchange, Fullmer built the project for Industrial Property Trust, bringing a beautiful new facility to this older area of the Inland Empire market.

The building includes a speculative tenant improvement, offering 3,152 square feet of first floor office space along with a 3,347 square foot mezzanine with stairs leading down to the warehouse. The 38’ clear warehouse features cross-dock configuration with 105 dock doors, four drive-through doors, 2.5% skylights, ESFR sprinkler system, 56’ x 60’ column spacing, 2,000-amp power (upgradeable to 4,000), and an 8” fully-reinforced concrete floor at 4,000 psi. Fully secured concrete truck courts on both sides of the building – 180’ on the North side and 185’ on the South side – offer 139 truck stalls to accommodate ample truck traffic.

Site improvements include more than 41,000 square feet of fresh landscaping as well as 270 auto parking stalls, 34 of which are reserved for low emission and carpool vehicles. The project is LEED Silver certified, and the beautiful two-tone paint scheme completes the sharp look of the building and significantly enhances this older area of the Inland Empire industrial market.

I-210 Logistics Center IV is a 426,302 square foot concrete tilt-up distribution facility built for Panattoni Development in Rialto, CA. The warehouse building is the third of three buildings built for Panattoni simultaneously within a block of each other in the rapidly-developing Renaissance Development area just off the 210 freeway.  

Situated on an 18-acre site, key features of the warehouse include 36’ clear height, 53 dock-high doors, two drive-through doors, 56’ x 60’ column spacing, 2,000-amp power (expandable to 4,000) and ESFR sprinkler system. The fully secured 185’ truck court is protected by screen walls and offers 82 trailer parking stalls.

The project is LEED certified, with LED lighting and the site surrounded by beautiful landscaping. Situated in a highly-desired location with easy access to the 10, 15 and 210 freeways, nearby corporate neighbors include Target, Amazon, Under Armour and Niagara Bottling.

Fullmer completed the Modular Logistics Center, a state-of-the-art Class A distribution center spanning 1,109,378 square feet. Located just two miles off the 215 freeway in the booming Moreno Valley industrial submarket, the building offers a spacious warehouse as well as 20,000 square feet of office space.

Key details include a mammoth 40’ clear height, cross dock configuration, ESFR sprinkler system, 8” concrete slab, 3% skylights, 4,000-amp electrical (expandable to 8,000), 256 dock high doors and four drive-through doors. 185’ all-concrete truck courts are fully secured and offer 300 trailer parking stalls. The site is completed with 369 auto parking stalls, and extensive street work was completed on both Modular Way and busy Perris Boulevard.

Sierra Lakes Commerce Center is a 597,818 square foot speculative cross-dock warehouse building in Fontana, CA. Located just North of the 210 freeway with excellent frontage along bustling Sierra Avenue, this distribution facility offers vast warehouse space as well as nearly 4,000 square feet of office area.

The state-of-the-art facility offers the latest Class A specifications now typically required by today’s sophisticated e-commerce end users. Warehouse features include 98 dock doors, 4 drive-through doors, 37’ clear height, ESFR sprinkler system, 3% skylights, LED lighting and 2,000-amp power with 4,000-amp UGPS. 185’ concrete truck courts on both sides of the building offer gated entry at all access points and 134 trailer stalls to accommodate ample truck traffic. There is also enough auto parking for 200 vehicles.

Built for developer Trammell Crow Company, the facility is ideally located within the Inland Empire’s booming I-210 industrial corridor, which has established itself as a preferred submarket for major corporate end users. Fullmer is proud to play a key part in that growth, as Sierra Lakes represents the ninth industrial building completed by Fullmer within a five-mile radius along the 210 since 2015.

The MCA Business Center is a 150,139 square foot concrete tilt-up distribution facility located in beautiful Temecula, CA. Situated just South of the 15 / 215 freeway interchange, the speculative warehouse building was built for developer MCA Realty and represents the first ground-up project completed in Temecula in more than a decade (Fullmer delivered the 15-building Temecula Corporate Center in 2008).

Key features include 32’ clear height, 25 dock-high doors, three drive-through doors, 225 skylights, ESFR sprinklers, 50’ x 80’ column spacing and a 120’ truck court with complete drive around access.

The building was constructed as a multi-tenant facility able to be devised for four separate tenants. Just after completion, however, it was purchased by Western Plastics, who will utilize the entire space as their new corporate headquarters. The project is ideally located with quick access to the 15 freeway, picturesque views of the Temecula Valley, and in close proximity to high-profile corporate neighbors such as Scotts, FedEx and Kaiser Permanente. The facility represents the final developable parcel in Temecula with the capacity to accommodate over 100,000 square feet.

Fullmer Construction completed the Carson Commerce Center in Carson, CA. Situated just off the 101 freeway, the 147,059 square foot concrete tilt-up “Class A” distribution facility was built for Alere Property Group as a speculative development.

Suitable for warehouse, distribution and manufacturing use, the building offers 9,644 square feet of two-level office space. Warehouse features include 36’ clear height, ESFR sprinkler system, 8” slab, 3% skylights, 18 dock doors with 8 dock levelers, two drive-through doors and a 135’ secured truck court. The site is completed by 20,000 square feet of beautiful landscaping, and ample parking includes spaces for clean air/vanpool/electric vehicles.

The project is situated in an ideal location within the Los Angeles industrial market; the building sits only 8 miles apart from LAX, Long Beach Airport and the Ports of LA and Long Beach. There is also immediate and convenient access to the 91, 405 and 710 freeways.

The Ranch is a six-building master-planned industrial park built for developer First Industrial in Eastvale, CA. Totaling 936,000 square feet, the buildings are situated on a vast 52-acre site just East of the Chino Airport, near the 15 and 60 freeways. The six buildings range in size from 49,571 to 301,388 square feet.

State of the art features in each building include clear heights ranging from 30’ to 32’, ESFR sprinkler systems, LED warehouse lighting, 100% concrete truck courts and extensive street frontage with drought tolerant landscaping along wide, newly improved public streets that previously didn’t exist. Buildings 1 and 6 offer 800-amp power, with buildings 2 through 5 offering 2,000-amp; all six buildings feature 4,000-amp total capacity. Each building also offers 5,000 square feet of two-level office space.

The finished product has already shown its value as global shipping leader DHL quickly signed on as tenant for building 2. One of Fullmer’s larger multi-building projects, it is truly another gem for the booming Inland Empire West commercial real estate market.

  • Building 1: 49,571 SF / 9 dock doors / 1 drive-through door
  • Building 2: 155,742 SF / 25 dock doors / 2 drive-through doors
  • Building 3: 137,358 SF / 23 dock doors / 2 drive-through doors
  • Building 4: 301,388 SF / 42 dock doors / 2 drive-through doors
  • Building 5: 220,707 SF / 28 dock doors / 2 drive-through doors
  • Building 6: 71,234 SF / 10 dock doors / 2 drive-through doors

Friendship Baptist Church is a 2,490 square foot single-story wood frame church building located in Rialto, CA. Situated at the corner of Laurel and Baseline, Fullmer constructed this new facility for Friendship Baptist as a relocation from their original site one block away on Alder Avenue; that location was demolished as part of the process in constructing the I-210 Logistics Center III, completed by Fullmer in 2017.

The building includes an 1,171 square foot sanctuary with cathedral ceiling and baptism pool installed below the stage, fellowship room, kitchen/pantry and two private pastor’s offices. A combination of stucco and stone deliver an attractive exterior finish, and site improvements include a 37-stall parking lot and beautiful landscaping surrounding the property. Though on the smaller end, the project is a nice addition to Fullmer’s church portfolio.