Chesterfield has successfully developed a variety of office and industrial projects. We have deep expertise in the development industry and maintain excellent working relationships with local, national and international Clients, General Contractors, Design and Engineering Firms, Lenders, Economic Development Departments, and local Regulatory Agencies, that are built on trust and long-standing relationships.
A few of our representative office and industrial clients include:
330,000 square foot build-to-suit, leaseback, for General Electric Aviation. The facility is fully air conditioned in the office and manufacturing areas, and includes extensive controls and process systems to support the manufacturing operations. The building is constructed with insulated concrete panels and a conventional steel frame. The team of Chesterfield, BL Harbert and Scannell Properties, was selected to complete site due diligence/acquisition, development, finance/leaseback, design and construction.
Co-developers, Chesterfield and Graham & Company, were selected by the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) to complete a build-to-suit and 20 year leaseback of a 65,000 square foot, three story, VA medical clinic, and an eight story concrete parking structure with 2,400 spaces. The new facility is located on an approximately four acre site downtown Birmingham, Alabama, and within one mile of the existing VA hospital. The medical clinic includes offices, imaging, pharmacy, mental health and other medical services for veterans. The parking structure is sized to provide parking for the existing VA hospital and the new medical clinic.
Total Development Costs, approximately $65 million
The team of Chesterfield, LLC and BL Harbert International was selected by Daimler to develop, design, and build a new parts consolidation facility at Daimler’s existing automotive manufacturing plant in Vance, Alabama. The seventy acre site, and approximately one million square foot insulated concrete building, was fully designed and built within 12 months.
1.5 million square foot distribution building on a 130 acre site development for General Mills Corporation. Chesterfield was the development manager for Rockefeller Group Development Corporation throughout the entire development cycle, including build-to-suit proposal, site due diligence and development management of the design and construction phases.
One of Chesterfield’s Principals with his former employer designed the 450,000sf refrigerated trailer manufacturing facility in Statesboro, GA. When completed, Great Dane retained him to provide civil/site services and now Chesterfield manages and provides owner’s rep services to Great Dane Trailers for all site and civil projects for their 8 plants and 30 sales/repair branches nationwide from Fontana, CA to Miami, FL to Mount Joy, PA and in between. Projects may include new expansions to a facility or the repair/replacement of failed site related systems. Chesterfield provides technical services to master plan expansions or determine the cause of a failed system and provide options for repair and replacement and then engages our management and owner’s rep services to work with the community, local engineers and contractors to carry out and complete the task. Chesterfield has provided management / owner’s rep services to Great Dane since 2009.
Chesterfield is planning to develop two buildings totaling 255,000 rentable square feet at the Lake Mary Wellness & Technology Park in Lake Mary, Florida. The proposed buildings are class A office, architectural precast, with I-4 visibility and great ingress/egress to the north and south. HuntonBrady is the team architect. Construction on the project is scheduled to begin in the 2nd quarter of 2020 with completion of the buildings in early 2021.
420,650 SF Class A, tilt-wall, cross-dock warehouse within the Savannah River International Trade Park (SRITP) was delivered by Chesterfield's development team and ready for occupancy by March 2019, with early tenant access for racking and upfit as early as February 2019. The SRITP is less than 6 miles from the Georgia Port Authority Garden City Terminal, which is the 4th busiest port in North America. This site offers excellent access to Interstates 95 and Interstate 16, as well as Highway 21 and Jimmy Deloach Parkway. Parcel 4C is adjacent to our 1,270,000 SF build-to-suit we delivered for JLA Homes/OA Logistics (Parcel 4A), as well as a 130,000 SF facility we completed for Averitt Express (Parcel 4B).
1,270,000 SF build-to-suit for JLA Homes/OA Logistics within Parcel 4 of the Savannah River International Trade Park (SRITP). Chesterfield's development team successfully delivered this facility in the 2nd quarter of 2019. Parcel 4A is adjacent to a 130,000 SF facility we delivered for Averitt Express (Parcel 4B), as well as a 420,650 SF speculative cross-dock facility we delivered in March of 2019 (Parcel 4C). The SRITP is less than 6 miles from the Georgia Port Authority Garden City Terminal, which is the 4th busiest port in North America. This site offers excellent access to Interstates 95 and Interstate 16, as well as Highway 21 and Jimmy Deloach Parkway.
130,000 SF industrial facility within Parcel 4 of the Savannah River International Trade Park (SRITP). Chesterfield's development team successfully delivered this facility in the 2nd quarter of 2019 for Averitt Express. Parcel 4B is adjacent to our 1,270,000 SF build-to-suit we completed for JLA Homes/OA Logistics (Parcel 4A), as well as a 420,650 SF speculative cross-dock facility we delivered in March of 2019 (Parcel 4C). The SRITP is less than 6 miles from the Georgia Port Authority Garden City Terminal, which is the 4th busiest port in North America. This site offers excellent access to Interstates 95 and Interstate 16, as well as Highway 21 and Jimmy Deloach Parkway.
Georgia International Trade Center (GITC) is Savannah’s newest class A, rail-served, light industrial and manufacturing park, consisting of 1,150 total acres. The site is located less than 10 miles from the Georgia Port Authority Garden City Terminal and is fully entitled to accommodate up to 7.3 million square feet of light industrial development, with buildings ranging in size from 154,000 SF to 1,265,000 SF. The class A speculative buildings currently under construction range in size from 154,000 SF to 800,000 SF and will be available for occupancy in the 2nd quarter of 2020. The build-to-suit portions of the site are ready for immediate development, with occupancy that can take place within 11 months of lease execution. GITC is only 3.8 miles from Interstate 95 and offers direct highway access to the Georgia Port Authority Garden City Terminal via Highway 21 and Jimmy Deloach Parkway. GITC also provides direct CSX rail-service to the Georgia Port Authority Garden City Terminal, further amplifying the site's capabilities for intermodal logistics. Moreover, Effingham County offers state and local incentives for industrial occupiers, as well as harboring an excellent labor profile, and a quality school system.