Project Description

Goodman Logistics Center – Oakland

Previously used for long term parking at the Oakland Airport, the project site encompasses approximately 18.63 acres and was developed into a 374,725 s.f. industrial distribution warehouse building, entitled the Goodman Logistics Center. Less than one mile from Interstate 880 on Oakland’s Heavy Weight Truck Corridor, this powerhouse industrial development features a LEED-certified shell, 92 dock-high loading doors, two grade loading doors, concrete truck courts, 39 trailer drop spaces and 164 car parking spaces.

Conventional services one would expect for a project of this magnitude were provided; however, due to the project’s proximity to San Leandro Bay and an adjacent wildlife/aquatic bird sanctuary, water quality, utilizing methods that mimic nature to the extent possible, was of the utmost consideration. Fuscoe’s staff members and water quality scientists were ever mindful of environmental impacts throughout the design process. The Fuscoe team also took great care in controlling project costs, and through innovative engineering, was able to incorporate existing water quality features into the project design. In addition, special soil remediation, in the form of both deep dynamic compaction and surcharging, was used to consolidate bay mud on this reclaimed site.

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Goodman Logistics Center - Oakland

Goodman Logistics Center - Oakland

Project Details

Location:
Oakland, CA

Client:
Goodman Birtcher

Status:
Completed 2015