The Zenreach tenant improvement project was a partnership with Ajanta Design to provide phased, new finishes throughout the 26,222sq. ft. space to accommodate a highly operational creative firm. A large portion of the space underwent complete demo and rework to incorporate new partitions, mechanical, plumbing, electrical, and upgraded finishes.
Client: ViaWest Group
Architect: Ajanta Design
ViaWest Group and Sonoran Crest Construction have partnered on several projects throughout the Biltmore Financial Center towers to provide interior improvements to over 26,000 square feet of Class A office space. Projects have consisted of high-end finishes throughout, rework of existing layout and usage of space, and working within occupied suites.
CBRE selected Sonoran Crest Construction for the buildout of 9,529 square feet of office space for RICOH. Sonoran Crest worked closely with Evolution Design to provide rework of the existing space with new mechanical, plumbing, electrical, and partition layout, along with all new finishes. Project was completed on schedule and with high praise from RICOH's Southwest division leadership, as one of their best construction projects.
Architect: Evolution Design
Sonoran Crest Construction was contracted by Parkway Realty Services (now Cousins Properties) to provide interior construction for iFactor’s (now Kubra) new corporate headquarters, located on the fifth floor of the Hayden Ferry III building in Tempe, Arizona. This project incorporated high-end finishes and lighting package, along with extensive millwork throughout the 16,928sq. ft. suite. Custom booths were included to provide separate small interaction areas for the staff, along with large collaborative and social areas.
Client: Cousins Properties
Architect: Phoenix Design One
Cousins Properties has employed Sonoran Crest Construction for over 47,000sq. ft. of tenant improvements within the Hayden Ferry Towers I, II, and III. Projects have consisted of entire floors, to separate suites, with some work being done in extremely competitive schedules. Projects have included buildouts for Kubra, Houzz, Creative Circle, and Homelight.
Dr. Gruber Orthopedic Clinic
Dr. Gruber and Healthcare Trust of America selected Sonoran Crest Construction as their General Contractor for a tenant improvement of 5,016sq. ft. of medical office space in the Desert Ridge Medical Campus. The project consisted of interior demolition and rework of space to accommodate 11 exam rooms, a procedure and casting room, lead-lined x-ray room, and several administrative offices. Project was completed in 9 weeks.
Client: Healthcare Trust of America
Sonoran Crest Construction has worked closely with Healthcare Trust of America and medical professionals within the Desert Ridge Medical Campus to provide more than 13,000 square feet of improved medical suites throughout this complex. Projects have consisted of a dental suite, x-ray facilities, and general medical treatment facilities.
Abrazo Healthcare Group has contracted with Sonoran Crest Construction to perform over 60,000sq. ft. of medical office healthcare improvement projects. Projects have ranged from a grocery store conversion for medical treatment purposes in Avondale, Arizona, to a first- generation build-out above an operational hospital facility in Buckeye, to interior remodeling of existing medical spaces through Phoenix, Scottsdale, and Glendale. All projects have involved completely new interior finishes and MPE rework to accommodate high volumes of exam rooms and outpatient treatment areas.
Jet Set Smiles
CBRE contracted Sonoran Crest Construction for tenant improvements of Dr. Patel’s new pediatric dental office in Desert Ridge. The project consisted of interior demolition of the existing medical office suite and tenant improvements of 2,945sq. ft. of new dental offices, inclusive of extensive plumbing. The unique office was built out with themed rooms, each being different and presenting challenges to keep the project on schedule. Sonoran Crest completed construction of the new facility within six weeks and kept the project on-budget.
Client: CBRE / Jet Set Smiles
Engineer/Architect: Evolution Design
Odysea Aquarium(General Store, Vitality, Kiosk, Frozen Penguin, Butterfly Wonderland Addition)
Sonoran Crest Construction was selected by ownership and tenants of the Odysea Aquarium retail portion, to complete the first-generation build out following the gray shell build. Projects included Frozen Penguin Ice Cream shop, Vitality O2 Bar, Arizona Territory Trading Post, and The Kakery. Sonoran Crest also executed the ground up portion and interior finishes of the Butterfly Wonderland Addition and the Kiosk. Projects consisted of over 12,000 square feet collectively, and required attentive coordination with McCarthy Building Company and Salt River Pima Maricopa Indian Community to ensure project goals were met.
Client: Odysea Aquarium
Architect: Deutsch Architecture Group
Cost Plus World Market
Sonoran Crest Construction was selected by CBRE to perform the 32,728sq. ft. buildout retail needs of Cost Plus World Marker in Chandler, Arizona. Project consisted of complete interior demolition and new demising wall to separate retail spaces, exterior facade improvements and design, new electrical metering and lighting package, along with complete interior finishes per national retail standards and specifications. The project was completed on schedule and with high corporate satisfaction from the national retail chain.
Architect: K&I Architects
Washington Federal Projects19 Locations in Arizona
Washington Federal Bank selected Sonoran Crest Construction as their general contractor to provide construction services at nineteen of their Arizona locations. The project consisted of modifying the existing branches for the installation of new ATM’s and night deposit boxes. The construction took place over the course of three months and provided minimal disruption to the branches, which remained operational throughout the construction process. In addition to exterior modifications including walkways, facades and landscaping, Interior modifications of electrical, framing and millwork enclosures were provided.
Client: Washington Federal Bank
Project Size: 19 Locations – Various Sizes
Engineer/Architect: Craft Architects, Seattle, AZ
San Tan Tech CenterPhotos: Arvato
Arvato Digital Services selected Sonoran Crest as their General Contractor to complete their first-generation build out of 30,545sq. ft. warehouse space conversion into a call center and training facility. The project consisted of an existing 3,322sq. ft. of suite space incorporated into an expansion of 27,223sq. ft. of gray shell industrial space. Extensive re-work and new electrical components were required to accommodate the expansion of occupied space, as well as the technological needs of the client. Project scope was inclusive of all interior finishes, bathroom improvements, and installation of onsite generator placement and enclosure. Project was completed on schedule.
Client: Arvato Digital Services
Architect: Evolution Design
Potter's House Apothecary
Potter’s House Apothecary partnered with Sonoran Crest Construction to lead their 13,264sq. ft. gray shell medical condo buildout in Peoria, Arizona. Sonoran Crest oversaw the entire project from underground trenching for MPE, concrete pour of interior foundation, interior framing, and roof penetrations, to coordinating all architectural components and mechanical, plumbing, electrical, and fire alarm requirements. Potter’s House Apothecary’s compounding “pods” were designed and completed with state-of-the-art pharmaceutical compounding equipment, inclusive of vacuum and filtration, negative pressure, and compressed air. This project included laboratory areas with clean rooms, production areas, offices, and conference room, a retail lobby, as well as other back office area. Potter’s House Apothecary is a state-of-the-art facility, showcasing the highest technological tools within the pharmaceutical compounding industry, as well as the precision of collaborative efforts between design and construction team.
Client: Potter’s House Apothecary
Architect: Knoell & Quidort Architects
Sonoran Crest worked closely with Deutsch Architecture Group to execute the 5,180sq. ft. of interior improvements for Alcor, a cryonics research and technology foundation. The project consisted of improvements to an existing shell building used for biological research, inclusive of steel plate installation along perimeter walls, fabrication and install of mezzanine, new interior finishes, and MPE to accommodate research and biotechnological functions of this space. Final photos of finished space coming soon!
Architect: Deutsch Architecture Group