Breaking ground Spring of 2017, Amazon Troutdale is a 857,470 square foot distribution center on a 74 acre site in the Reynolds Industrial Park of Troutdale, Oregon.
Amazon Troutdale was built with over 11,000 tons of structural steel and 63,000 cubic yards of concrete. The building shell is concrete tilt-up construction, utilizing 163 tilt panels with a finished clear height of 41’. It has three levels of mezzanine totaling 1,457,092 square feet, making the total square footage of the building 2,314,562 square feet.
The building’s tenant required four 4,000 amp services. Some of the site’s security included gated entry and six security turnstiles at building entry. Sierra led the coordination between the tenant, conveyor and automation contractors to deliver the project on time. The build-out also included the building’s automation system which operated approximately 13 miles of conveyor systems and 175 miles of Cat6 and Fiber cabling.
A 59,890 square foot office build-out was also completed for Amazon.
The completed Project Piper PDX9 site has 2,500 car parking spaces, 276 trailer parking spaces, and over 60 loading docks.
- 9/10 of a mile to walk around the perimeter of the building
- 40 football fields would fit inside the building
- 3 “Big Pinks” (US Bank Corp Tower) would fit inside the building
- 16,940.5 tons of steel are in the building (this includes structural steel, roof joists, decking, stairs, guardrail, rebar and mesh)
- The heaviest beam weighs 14,000 pounds
- The heaviest column weighs 24,000 pounds
- 63,334cy of concrete have been poured onsite. That is a one lane road from Troutdale to Salem.
- 4,417 CDSM (cement drilled soil mixing) columns are placed under the building and range from 63’ to 70’ in depth.
- We always say 13 miles of conveyors however we have not verified that but the MHE PM told me this was close.