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