Shoemaker Industrial Park (SIP) is designed to accommodate flexible industrial production capacities within a simple and efficient road network. Development of the Site is guided by a set of Development and Design Guidelines to ensure that there is a level of cohesiveness in the overall building designs with special emphasis on the utilization of Principals that limits noise, vibration, odor and environmental contamination. 

Corporate office uses ancillary to industrial operations are envisioned to occupy portions of the Facilities. Industrial uses include manufacturing, assembly, warehouse, research and development. Industrial Developments illuminate a clean appearance with Service and Manufacturing activities being conducted indoors and/or in screened outdoor areas. 


Space allocation programs include training rooms, event spaces, administrative and service centers. The ground floor of the main building greets visitors to a large functional lobby that incorporates a central reception area and green-space foyer.

 Visionary Collaborative Design   

Impressive openness: high, open atrium located in the front part of the building.



  • “Open Space” make arriving a pleasant experience and promote conversations with colleagues. 

  • Small meeting rooms for work groups, which are separated from the surrounding office areas. 

  • Pleasant and healthy indoor climate.

  • A positive atmosphere that makes people excited to come to work.

  • A higher level of collaboration to increase innovation focused sustainable design strategies.

Design Concept 


The Owners wanted a place that makes people excited to come to work. This vision for a higher level of collaboration demanded an innovative design strategy that focused on indoor environmental quality issues.


The atrium itself is the heart of the building. The high, open atrium is located in the front part of the building allows daylight to penetrate deep into the building. The first impression conveyed to customers and employees is openness, which make arriving a pleasant experience and promotes conversations with colleagues. 


A circulation space around the perimeter allows offices, workspaces and conference rooms to be double loaded around this space. The notion of collaboration and visibility is reinforced heavily by the floor-to-ceiling glass that these spaces utilize to create an inner “collaborative” skin around the interior voided space. 

The spacious staircase, handrails made of oak and the strict avoidance of artificial lighting make climbing stairs a real pleasure. 


The designers first bring in the natural light and develop various public spaces such as conference room, exhibition corridor and cafeteria, by breaking floor slab in the central part of the building. 


Small meeting rooms for work groups are separated from the surrounding office areas with only three walls to promote spontaneous meetings. Projects can be discussed without disturbing other employees who continue working, but also without excluding them completely. 


The exchange between people is encouraged with a number of armchairs and sofas located in the “Open Space”. This idea generates a series of “public living rooms” to encourage internal communication and information sharing, and on the other hand, it also creates a workspace that is pleasing and light-filled. 


Thus it’s possible to address an employee walking past concerning a project or work and make telephone calls without distracting neighbors. 


Visually and intimacy is maintained regarding the offices of managers by incorporating glass wall partitions. Conference Rooms are impressive spaces characterized by a projecting oval table, around which decisions concerning the future of are made. 


  Flexible Build to Suit Option     

  New Construction Space Allocations


  • Various site configurations and facility sizes available for lease.

  • Established infrastructure with utilities to site boundary.

  • Build-to-Suit Options.

  • Site planning, engineering and track design services.

Research and Development Facility    

Autonomous Vehicles, Artificial Intelligence, Clean Energy  

Facility capabilities include a focus on developing autonomous vehicle software through simulation features like

pedestrian detection, adaptive cruise control, collision avoidance, lane correction, and automated parking.


  • Develop applications and architecture that provide a competitive advantage.

  • Transmit large amounts of electronic data quickly.

  • Design, analysis, debug, and compliance test. 

  • Optimize performance, and accelerate time-to-market.


  Advance Battery, Fuel Cell, Solar 


  • Manufacturing                                               

  • Energy Storage

  • Compliance Testing

  • Research and Development 

    Clean Energy Systems  
  Warehouse Facility     

  Trailer Dock, Rail Car Access, Heavy Crane  



  • Up to 50,000 square feet on-site

  • Max. Ceiling Height: 34’

  • (5) Dock Doors w/Levelators, Shelters

  • (2) Drive-in Doors

  • (2) Rail Doors    

  • Concrete Truck Courts 

  • Trailer Parking Available

  • Wet Sprinkler

  • Heavy Crane