DCT Rialto Logistics Center – Phases I and II

Mid-year 2015, Fullmer completed a small tenant improvement to the DCT Rialto Logistics Center, the building completed in early 2015 standing just shy of 1 million square feet. The 4,468 square foot office included two private offices, two bathrooms, direct access to the warehouse, and a large open space to accommodate 15-20 warehouse staff. This project was completed on time and within budget.

In December 2015, Fullmer completed the 9,019 square foot Phase II expansion of the original speculative tenant improvement for new tenant Distribution Alternatives. The wall adjoining the office to the entry to the warehouse was relocated, greatly expanding the space. Now included are 4 private offices and a large conference room, employee break room, a large work room with access to the warehouse, data room and janitor’s room. Motion lighting is incorporated throughout, and a storage room and warehouse restrooms were added on the warehouse side of the wall. Warehouse enhancements also include battery charging stations, dock lighting and dock seals, upgraded warehouse lighting and emergency egress lighting.

In addition, a large buildout was added at the center of the west wall of the warehouse. Incorporated in this improvement is a large employee lunch room that involved knocking out 4 of the original dock doors and replacing with glass for natural light. Large men’s and women’s restrooms, as well as a shipping and receiving office were also added.

Finally, two office buildouts were added to the center of the vast warehouse. The larger buildout contains two large production offices on both sides, with two smaller divided offices in the middle. The smaller buildout offers a shipping and receiving office, as well as a unisex restroom.

Fullmer is proud of the upgrade this expanded tenant improvement brings to the sprawling DCT Rialto Logistics Center. Not only does it highlight Fullmer’s ability to transform a project, it also offers Distribution Alternatives the added space it needs to efficiently run their distribution, and furthers the capabilities of this new gem in the Inland Empire commercial real estate market.