The warehouse is planned for Dingens Street


Pinto Construction Services on Tops Markets ’first site, an 80,960-square-foot warehouse. The $ 3 million building will be built without queuing. According to advanced architectural and planning plans of the PC, it includes a pre-designed roof structure with panel side walls.

Details and history of the site from the project application:

The property of Dingens Street, 132 was the original warehouse of the Tops supermarket in the 1970s and 1980s. In the late 1990s, Tops moved his warehouse operations to Lancaster and abandoned his activities in the area.

Over time, it was leased to various warehouse enterprises until the last tenant – a wood pallet warehouse caught fire in the 2000s. With all the fuel supplied by the dry wood pallets, the fire of the facility was a total damage and the superstructure burned to the foundation.

The property was then purchased by the current owner, who cleared all fire debris and cleared the site. Over time, two new facilities were built – the administrative building and the office building, which is used by Pinto Constructions Services, Inc. The owner wants to redesign the foundation of the original warehouse structure as a new warehouse in the project proposed to the city. .

The proposed warehouse will be constructed using the original foundation of 80,960 square meters as infrastructure. A new 18 ″ board will be built on top of the existing foundation and will serve as a strong point for the new pre-engineered fabric roof structure, which will be supported by a 14′-0 ″ frame in the center of the farm. The roof structure will be inclined from the side walls, starting at about 24 ′ ′ above the level, and will peak at an approximate pitch angle of 5:12. The average height from the class for the roof structure is 55′ – 4, as which is shown in the external elevations.

The roof fabric meets the requirements for fire-resistant materials in class “A” and will have a white color. The frame walls are covered using prefabricated metal wall panels to match the local Workshop building.

New accessible ramps will be constructed at each side of the facility, allowing vehicles to access the ramps directly for loading and unloading. The structure is also provided with two raised docks on both sides to allow the traditional use of loading docks. The building is largely unheated and as a result, a dry sprinkler system is used to meet this requirement. The building will be designed as a S-1 storage hall to meet the requirements for most warehouse storage needs.

The planning council will consider the project at its meeting tomorrow.

Connect: Pinto Construction: 716.825.6666

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