Construction of Buildings B, C, and D-2 at Victory Logistics District has begun. Victory Logistics District is a master-planned industrial complex. It sits on 4,300 acres in Fernley, 30 miles east of Reno, Nevada. The site has easy access to Interstate 80 and U.S. Highway 50, two transcontinental roads, and a Union Pacific and BNSF-served rail line.
With a total square footage of more than 1 million, the three buildings are being developed by Mark IV Capital, the owners of Victory Logistics District, in partnership with Premier Design + Build.
An overview of Victory Logistics District Buildings B, C, and D-2
Building D-2, which is 634,520 square feet in size, will include 120 dock doors. It will also have four drive-in doors, 40-foot clear heights, and cutting-edge mechanical and electrical systems. The Premier team will also include parking for 312 trailers and 332 cars in the project.
Building C, which will have a total square footage of 217,447, will have 26 dock doors, 2 drive-in doors, cutting-edge mechanical and electrical systems. Additionaly it will have 36-foot clear heights, and parking for 191 cars and 42 trailers.
Lastly, a speculative office tenant improvement, state-of-the-art mechanical and electrical systems, 36-foot clear heights, 26 dock doors, two drive-in doors, and parking for 172 cars and 43 trailers are all features of the 169,820-square-foot Building B.
The project team
Jeramy Mahfet, Greg Lew, Victor Xu, Thomas Rushing Sr., and Thomas Rushing Jr. make up the Premier project team. HPA Architects, BTI, EEI, JP Engineering, CFA Inc., and Lumos and Associates are members of the project’s overall project team.
“You don’t necessarily have to reside in Fernley to gain from this. Better rail, highway, and airport links help the whole Reno area as well as the entire Northern Nevada region and beyond. U.S. Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg stated that it “makes this entire economic engine function more smoothly and makes it more enticing for others to explore this region.”