The highly specialised building to be built by industrial builder and developer Vaughan Constructions will have a foot print of approximately 15,000 square metres and stretches up to 32 metres high.
The facility will feature a fully automated materials handling system, which will act as the structural steel for the buildings roof and wall cladding.
Commercial and industrial builders Vaughan Constructions expect completion of the distribution centre by July 2008.
Industrial developer Vaughan Constructions Wyndham estate:
Industrial builder Vaughan Constructions Wyndham estate has signed some major deals in 2007. So far this year contracts have been exchanged for 5 new projects with an end value of more than $32m.
Commercial and industrial design and construct builder Vaughan Constructions has completed a 5000 square metres facility for lithocraft, a 2200 square metres warehouse for Victorian Rural Transport, and a 4700 square metres warehouse for materials handling company Hyster.
Design and construction builder Vaughan Constructions banks on land across Melbourne:
Commercial and industrial builder Vaughan Constructions has recently acquired a strategic parcel of land in Dandenong South, giving it a foothold in each of Melbourne’s key industrial markets.
At present industrial developer Vaughan Constructions has 20 hectares of land left for development at the Wyndham Industrial Estate, 2 hectares in Dandenong South, 50 hectares in Epping, and 5 hectares in Campbellfield.
This land bank ensures Vaughans can provide manufacturing and warehousing solutions for their customers adjoining every new arterial in Melbourne.
Industrial design and construction builder Vaughan Constructions plans a major environmentally sustainable industrial development on a 50-hectare parcel of land in Epping:
The site, at the corner of Cooper Street and the new Hume Freeway is expected to be released to the market in late 2010 an can accommodate up to 200,000 square metres of building floor space.
Industrial developer Vaughans recognises that environmental sustainability is the way of the future and is genuinely committed to developing environmentally smarter industrial buildings and estates.
The estate will focus on capturing and recycling storm water from warehouses to be built on the Cooper St site.
Earlier this year, the Green Building Council of Australia announced it would develop a green star rating system for industrial estates.
While the Australian warehouse and manufacturing industry is yet to see a spike in environmentally friendly industrial developments, examples are emerging.
Vaughan’s new 15,000 square metres warehouse:
Leading design and construction industrial builder Vaughan Constructions has commenced construction of a 15,000 square metres speculative building at Wyndham estate.
The huge building is designed to appeal to companies needing space urgently and provides flexibility to accommodate tenants looking for 3,000 square metres to 15,000 square metres.
It has been designed to appeal to accommodate a variety of tenants with a focus on the strong enquiry in the 5,000 square metres plus market that has emerged since January 2007.