12 West Valley Construction Projects to Watch Article originally posted on AZ Big Media on March 15, 2021 If it seems like there is a constant stream of construction news coming out of the West Valley, you’re not mistaken. The West Valley has been a hot spot for mega-projects. From housing to industrial to hospitality, the West Valley is bustling with current construction projects. Here are some of the West Valley construction projects, in alphabetical order, that are currently under construction. Brooklyn Bedding The project: Brooklyn Bedding is building a state-of-the art manufacturing facility and corporate headquarters in Glendale. The 648,165-square-foot building will be located on 42.8 acres at the crossroads of West Bethany Home and 52nd Avenue. Developer: Brydant Real Estate Architect: Ware Malcomb General contractor: Alston Construction Buckeye85 The project: Recognizing the growing demands of Phoenix’s supply chain infrastructure, LPC Desert West bought nearly 20 acres in the I-10 corridor for Buckeye85. The new 321,873-square-foot, Class A industrial project will deliver the location, flexibility and creative industrial amenities desired by mid-size users in today’s modern omnichannel marketplace. Developer: LPC Desert West Architect: Butler Design Group Civil engineer: Hunter Engineering Cabana Encanto and Cabana Bullard The projects: Greenlight Communities is the first company to innovatively focus solely on building “attainable” housing to fill the void between affordable and luxury apartments, using a leading-edge business and development model to create a one-of-a-kind housing alternative for its residents. Developers: Greenlight Communities and Holualoa Companies Cowden Logistics Center The project: Located in Tolleson, the facility includes 36’ clear height, 237 car parking stalls, 41 trailer parking stalls, five points of ingress and egress, R-38 insulation, and an ESFR sprinkler system. Developer: Trammell Crow Company Architect: Butler Design Group General contractor: Wespac Construction Broker: Cushman and Wakefield Fairway 10 The project: Fairway 10 in Avondale will include two single-loaded buildings of 162,000 and 170,000 square feet, well suited for two to four tenants, as well as one 390,000-square-foot cross-dock building appropriate for one to two tenants. Developers: Westcore and The Opus Group Broker: JLL MDH Partners has purchased roughly 41 acres in Goodyear with plans to construct a two-building speculative industrial project called Gateway 303. Gateway 303 The project: Located at the northwest corner of Loop 303 and Thomas Road, Gateway 303 will be part of PV|303, a 1,600-acre master-planned business park approximately 25 miles west of Downtown Phoenix and Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport. Developer: MDH Partners Architect: Butler Design Group Civil engineer: Hunter Engineering General contractor: ARCO Construction Grand Canyon University residence halls The project: GCU is adding three, six-story, 242,000-square-feet residence halls with approximately 600 single-occupancy sleeping units for Fall of 2021 — just in time for what the university anticipates to be its biggest year ever in enrollment. General contractor: Pono Construction Architect: Suoll Architects John S. McCain III Elementary School The project: This state-of-the-art school will be located on land donated by the Walton Group, near Miller and Lower Buckeye Roads in Buckeye. Architect: Orcutt Winslow Architecture Firm General contractor: Chasse Building Team Logistics company build-to-suit in Goodyear The project: Westcore is building the distribution center within the PV|303 industrial park. With 36-foot clear height, ESFR and secure site trailer storage capacity, the cross-dock facility will offer features in high demand within the industrial market. Developers: Westcore and Merit Partners Architect: Butler Design Group Civil engineer: Hunter Engineering General contractor: Stevens-Leinweber Construction Park303 The project: Park303 is a major industrial master-planned development that at build-out will accommodate up to 4.5 million square feet of ultra-modern, freeway-fronting Class A industrial space in Glendale. Developers: Lincoln Property Company and Roth Development Corporation Architect: Butler Design Group Civil engineer: Hunter Engineering General contractor: Willmeng Construction The Cubes The project: CRG is developing The Cubes at Glendale, a 335-acre industrial park featuring 5.5 million square feet at the intersection of Reems Road and Northern Avenue in Glendale. Developers: CRG and Bird Dog Industrial Broker: JLL General contractor: Clayco Architect: Lamar Johnson Collaborative.