Warehouse Expansion
Warehouse Expansion

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Original Warehouse
Original Warehouse

Original warehouse was 77,000 sq. ft.

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Warehouse Expansion

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INDUSTRIAL

COCA-COLA

OCEANSIDE

DECEMBER 2016

- Fleet and Warehouse Expansion

JULY 2010

- Oceanside fleet Building

 

DECEMBER 2006

- Oceanside Warehouse

Cadiz and Cadiz Architects is proud to have worked on hundreds of projects with Coca-Cola for over 30+ years. The Coca-Cola Oceanside project is one recent example.

 

Cadiz & Cadiz architects designed the highly praised Distribution Center for Coca-Cola Oceanside on a 25-acre site within the corporate center. The project included construction of 187,000 sq. ft. of warehouse, 30 Docks, 10,000 sq. ft. of offices/conference rooms, a 8,000 sq. ft. fleet garage with an additional 800 sq. ft. mezzanine, and extensive site improvements. The building design and materials were chosen to provide a high standard of development in harmony with the adjacent land uses and the overall character of the Ocean Ranch Corporate Center.


 

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INDUSTRIAL

COCA-COLA

DOWNEY

AUGUST 2016

- Sales Building Remodel

APRIL 2015

- Rail Car Catwalk

JULY 2014

- Downey Syrup Room

JANUARY 2014

- New Food and Safety Project

OCTOBER 2012

- Blow Mold Project

FEBRUARY 2012

- Compressor Room Project

1996 - 1998

- New 280,000 sq. ft. Warehouse / Production Facilities / Fleet Maintenance / Pump station

Cadiz and Cadiz Architects designed and managed the construction of the 280,000 sq. ft. distribution center in Downey for Coca-Cola. The project required extensive coordination with the City and Union Pacific Rail Road to help ensure the coordination for the construction and installation of the spur line for sugar and sweetner delivery.

 

Another project administered by Cadiz and Cadiz Architects was a new production line for in-house manufacturing of plastic bottles for Coca-Cola beverages. The new Blow Mold equipment required new compressors, cooling towers, and a pre-form storage area. The project involved facility improvements, including new concrete floors, drains, lighting, upgrading of fire sprinkler system, painting, enclosing the compressor room, construction of a platform for the cooling tower, etc. The Client’s major concern was to undergo construction within the existing building that manufactures the Coca-Cola products. Therefore, special attention was given to phasing of the project and utilizing BMP's while working at the food – sterile establishment.

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LA ROOF 2

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INDUSTRIAL

COCA-COLA

LOS ANGELES

FEBRRUARY 2013

- QA Lab

MARCH 2013

- Blow Mold

DECEMBER 2012

- Cold Storage

OCTOBER 2012

- Flammable Storage

JUNE 2010 

- Food Safety Improvements

NOVEMBER 2004

- New Dock Canopy

 

AUGUST 2003

- New Warehouse Building

Cadiz and Cadiz Architects has worked on the Coca-Cola Los Angeles facility for over 30 years. We have designed their warehouse, cooling storage, blow mold facilities, syrup rooms, quality assurance labs, filler room, and recycling room.

Our knowledge of facility standards, construction standards, and project management experience have made us an invaluable asset to our clients- helping them save time, money, and headaches.​

From 1996 - 2016, Cadiz and Cadiz Architects has provided services for the following projects at the Coca-Cola Los Angeles Facility:

Office Remodels, New Break Rooms, New Restrooms, QC Lab, Production Equipment Support, Street Vacation, and Etc....

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INDUSTRIAL

COCA-COLA

COACHELLA

JULY, 2010

- New Warehouse

Cadiz & Cadiz architects has worked on several projects involving LEED certification. Our most recent gold LEED certified project (4 points short of platinum) was construction of a new distribution facility at Coachella for Coca-Cola. The project included around 50,000 sq. ft. of warehouse space, 5,500 sq. ft. of office space, and a 3,000 sq. ft. fleet garage on an 8 acre lot. Construction of the Coca-Cola Coachella Sales Center was the first Coca-Cola LEED certified building, This project was also the first LEED certified building in the City of Coachella.

additional

coca-cola projects

COCA-COLA - SAN DIEGO

  • Sales Building Remodel

  • New fleet drop lot

  • New cooler hazardous material storage

2017

2017

2009

COCA-COLA - HONOLULU

  • Office Restroom Remodel

  • New Docks / Expansion

  • Food Safety Improvements

  • New QC Lab

  • New Syrup Room

2013

2013

2012

2011

1998

COCA-COLA - SAN LEANDRO

  • Hydrogen power fuel cell

  • Blow Mold / Compressor Room

  • Survey Site / AsBuilt Document Package

  • Warehouse Expansion

2012

2011

1998

1991

coca-cola distribution

centers designed by
Cadiz and cadiz Architects

1988 - 2017 COCA-COLA - DISTRIBUTION CENTERS

  • City of Industry

  • Carson 

  • Stockton

  • Bakersfield

  • Santa Maria

  • Las Vegas

  • Coachella

  • Union City

  • Colorado Springs