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Foundry’s Project Management team assisted in the demolition and buildout of nearly 100k SF of office, warehouse and production space.
Foundry’s Project Management team represented Prisma, LLC (tenant) in the demolition and buildout of +/- 20,000 SF of office space as well as 90,000 SF of warehouse and production space.
The building is located 5 miles north of downtown Nashville in one of the city’s industrial corridors.
Prisma selected the property on Brick Church Pike because the previous owner operated a printing facility. Available heavy power was a benefit to them.
The warehouse walls and slab were left in poor condition because of the ink mixing and printing processes utilized by the previous owner.
When the previous owner/tenant vacated, they removed all the HVAC equipment and left behind parts and pieces that were well past their useful life.
A large piece of equipment was scheduled for delivery two months before the projected completion date.
Additional shell building repair needs were uncovered after the previous owner decommissioned the existing equipment.
Foundry acted as an intermediary between the landlord and tenant throughout the process to help negotiate additional tenant improvement dollars to cover the necessary shell building updates.
Foundry coordinated the approval of the Metro Nashville Department of Codes and Fire Marshal’s offices that allowed Prisma to move in and begin installing their large press equipment prior to receipt of the Certificate of Occupancy.
A phased development schedule allowed Prisma to begin moving furniture and equipment into the office space before the warehouse was completed.
Foundry and the construction team successfully navigated a challenging final inspection process.
All additional shell building repairs and updates were completed prior to receipt of Certificate of Occupancy.
The client received additional tenant improvement dollars to cover the life safety and fire protection requirements from the Fire Marshal.