BJ’s Wholesale Club - Southeast Distribution Center

RS&H provided full-service architectural and building engineering design for BJ’s Wholesale Club’s new distribution center in Jacksonville, Florida. The project included a 290,000-square-foot warehouse, a 170,000-square-foot cross-dock, and 20,000 square feet of office space.

The facility’s shell construction consists of a pre-engineered metal building with split face CMU and metal panel exterior walls.  A 60-foot by 44-foot bay spacing with a 32-foot clear height is provided in the warehouse, and a 67-foot by 40-foot bay spacing with a 20-foot clear height is provided in the cross-dock.   There are a total of 173 dock high doors.  Each is equipped with a hydraulic dock leveler.  Additionally, three dock doors with forklift ramps serve the facility.

Rooftop exhaust fans with interlocked side wall louvers ventilate the warehouse and cross-dock. Natural gas fired air rotation units provide heat in the facility.  Metal halide luminaries supply warehouse and cross-dock lighting. Both spaces are protected with an ESFR fire sprinkler system.

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Project Information

Client/Owner:
Casto Southeast

Size:
480,000 Square Feet