The project consisted of an expansion and several upgrades to the existing facility. Work was coordinated and performed within the operating facility without disrupting Domino’s operations at any time. Several of the major work items included new loading dock levelers and safety equipment, high-efficiency roll-up doors for the commercial freezers and coolers, new efficient warehouse lighting, and interior office space with a new locker room. Swinerton self-performed framing, drywall, patching, and doors, frames, and hardware install. The total project covered approximately 75,000 square feet with the building split into two halves, one side currently in operation, and the second half a new space built out for Domino’s use at completion of the project.
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