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Quiet Waters Business Park
Deerfield Beach, Florida

Work done while employed by RLC Architects, Architect of Record.


This project consists of 2 new industrial dock-height flex building shells, totalling
approximately 200,000 sf. and parking areas.  In addition, several tenant
improvements were provided within the new buildings, as well as in the existing
buildings.

Vicki Soderlund's role as Project Manager involved the coordination/supervision of
the construction documentation process with an in-house architecture team,
coordination with the General Contractor/Developer during construction, and
oversee of the construction administration process and shop drawings. In
addition, Vicki provided layout, palette of interior finish selections for incoming
tenants and construction drawings of several tenant spaces in the new buildings,
and throughout the Park.



Rendering provided by RLC Architects
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Southern Boulevard Industrial
Palm Beach County, Florida

Work done while employed by RLC Architects, Architect of Record.


The project consists of new construction of 4 industrial flex building shells,
totalling approximately 220,000 sf., parking areas.

Vicki Soderlund's role as Project Manager consisted of working with the
developer's  team, including landscape, civil and environmental engineers in
coordinating the site plan approval process, design input and modification based
on County comments. In addition, working with structural, fire and MEP engineers
and an in-house architecture team for coordination/supervision of
construction/permit plans. Although permit drawings were completed, this project
was not built.






Rendering Provided by Chris Fidler for RLC Architects
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Industrial
Pompano Commerce Center
Pompano Beach, Florida

Work done while employed at RLC Architects, Architect of Record.


This project consists of 5 new industrial flex building shells, dock-height and
surface mix, totalling approximately 750,000 sf., and parking areas.

Vicki Soderlund's role as Project Manager during site plan approval and
construction documents phases included attendance at various presentations to
the Municipality, team coordination meetings with Client and engineers, as well as
working with in-house architects for coordination/oversee of drawings for
selections for the buildings' exterior and details, which was implemented during
construction.
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Centergate
Hialeah, Florida
Work done while employed at RLC Architects, Architect of Record.


The project consists of site modifications and new construction of 2 new flex
industrial dock-height shell buildings, totalling approximately 600,000 sf.

Vicki Soderlund's role as Project Manager during the site planning, site plan
approval and construction documents phases included working as part of a team
on numerous site studies, assisting the Client with the site plan approval process
which included meetings with the City and oversee/coordination of drawings, and
oversee/coordination of drawings for permit and construction. Although the permit
plans were completed, this project has not been built.







Rendering provided by RLC Architects.
Monarch Commerce Center
Miramar, Florida

Work done while employed by RLC Architects, Architect of Record.


This project consists of 3 new industrial dock-height flex building shells, totalling
approximately 140,000 sf.  In addition, several tenant improvements with
mezzanines were provided.

Vicki Soderlund's role as Project Manager involved the coordination/supervision of
the construction documentation process with an in-house architecture team and
engineers, coordination with the General Contractor/Developer during
construction, and oversee of the construction administration process and shop
drawings review. In addition, Vicki provided layout, interior finish selections for
tenant improvements, and drawings for building demising.
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