Flagler Global Logistics Park, is an industrial park being developed by Florida East Coast Industries consisting of a 200-acre intermodal logistics complex that offers cargo handling. It includes multimodal transportation access, foreign trade zone advantages and refrigerated cargo options.
RLC Architects designed all 3 buildings. Each one is unique in its own way, building 2 is the largest of the three at roughly 275,000 SF with bays on two sides, North and South and building 3 is the smallest of the three at 111,000 SF. All three buildings are part of one the most advanced and innovative industrial parks of its kind. The convenient location of the Miami gateway significantly reduces transit times for perishable goods arriving from Latin America. Plus, FGLP have designed revolutionary new treatment processes for fruits and vegetables that allows for efficient management of the cold chain, recapturing the vast majority of fumigation gases in an environmentally friendly and safe manner. The process utilizes methyl bromide that is turned from a liquid to a gas and then sprayed into the chambers. After the three buildings were completed, the refrigerated facility and offices were built-out to hold the headquarters for Elite Flowers, an importer/ exporter of flowers worldwide. The build-out consisted of approximately 36,000 SF refrigerated cold storage cooler space with additional 8,500 SF of office (2-story) and 11,800 SF of dry storage. The project was also built along with the overflow cold storage space that included an additional 52,659 SF of cold storage cooler space. The fast track project was completed in record time to be the ready for the busy Valentine’s Day. The work areas will be separated into loading, storage, production, and packing sections.