Principle Construction Corp. has completed the construction of a 205,732-square-foot industrial building at 8500 116th St. in Pleasant Prairie, Wisconsin.
The asset was originally developed as a speculative project but after a lease was signed on the building in late fall, the Principle team changed its plans to accommodate the new tenant.
“Southeastern Wisconsin is a very popular market right now, and the addition of a new warehouse with modern features was appealing to the tenant,” said Principle chief operating officer Mark Augustyn. “Making changes to the scope of work was a challenge that our team was well-prepared to meet.”
The new tenant is using the building for large coil storage. The new building includes 23 dock doors and two drive-in doors and boasts 32-foot clear height. The entire 8-inch thick warehouse slab was reinforced with #4 rebar at 18 feet on center, in each direction. The tenant also requested two additional pairs of restrooms on the southern and northern parts of the warehouse, which the Principle team constructed during the winter months. The building is on a 12.78 acre site.
Augustyn served as the principal on the project. Principle’s Jon Anderson and Mark Frane were project manager and superintendent, respectively. Partners in Design acted as the project architect.