Robinson Weeks Breaks Ground on DFW Industrial Project

The 562,640-square-foot development will include a 36-foot clear cross dock design, parking for 125 trailers and 360 vehicles, as well as 190-foot truck courts.
Airport South Logistics Center-DFW

Robinson Weeks Partners has begun construction on a new industrial building at Airport South Logistics Center within the Dallas Fort Worth International Airport. Designed by Alliance Architects, Pacheco Koch was tapped to provide civil engineering services, while the Conlan Co. is serving as general contractor.

Situated at 3400 E. Airfield Drive, the property provides access to Airfield Drive, Walnut Hill and Valley View Lane, with close proximity to DFW Airport Terminals and Air Freight/Cargo facilities. The 562,640-square-foot project will include a 36-foot clear cross dock design, parking for 125 trailers and 360 vehicles, as well as 190-foot truck courts. The multi-tenant design is meant to accommodate users ranging from 140,000 square feet to the full building.

“We are excited to be starting another project in the Dallas/Fort Worth market. We are very bullish on Dallas/Fort Worth and have acquired and developed nearly 4.5 million square feet of industrial properties since 2010,” said David Welch, president of Robinson Weeks Partners, in a prepared statement. “Dallas should continue to see strong population and job growth, leading indicators for industrial space demand, for the next several years. Notably, a significant portion of this demand will be generated from e-commerce related activities as companies continue to refine their final mile strategies.”

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