Maugel DeStefano Architects announced the firm has completed the base building at Condyne Capital Partners' Baker Hollow Logistics Center in Windsor, Connecticut. Located on a 15+ acre site, 105 Baker Hollow Road is a 165,625 SF Class A high-bay facility constructed using tilt-up concrete walls. The design provides flexibility in the interior to accommodate varying tenant demands such as column layout, office square footage, and sortation equipment. Maugel DeStefano began working on the overall design of the facility with longtime clients Condyne Capital and Polar Design Build in late 2021.
Maugel DeStefano is currently designing the tenant fit-out for the Safelite® Group, the sole occupant of the building. Safelite will use the facility for the company's windshield replacement operations and support office. The property features a 5,000 SF office, fully racked warehouse space, 32’ clear height, 38 dock doors, 4 EV charging stations, 100,000-gallon fire storage tank, and 25% of the roof reserved for solar. The Safelite fit-out is scheduled for completion in April 2023.
Situated just 12 miles from the Massachusetts border and 45 miles from Rhode Island, Baker Hollow offers the most high-tech consumption mitigation strategies in the state of Connecticut, including the lowering of greenhouse gases, free electric car charging stations, and reduced natural gas and electric energy consumption.
Project team members include Condyne Capital Partners (owner), Polar Design Build (construction), Maugel DeStefano Architects (design), Flood Consulting (structural), and Quieto Consulting Engineers (MEP/FP).