The city of Orlando is planning a new $4.5 million industrial-office building to support its growing code enforcement and permitting staff, and an ever-expanding records history.
To be located at 202 Andes Ave., off of George Desalvia Way and east of Orlando Executive Airport, the new building will offer 23,000 square feet, of which 16,000 square feet will be a warehouse for storing records and about 7,000 square feet for code enforcement staff.
The city filed an Administrative Master Plan for the project in early May, and stormwater permit applications on June 2 with the St. John's River Water Management District.
Site work is expected to start in August, with H.J. High Construction as general contractor. An eight-month project timeline targets early April 2018 for completion.
Work will involve clearing and grubbing the site, mass grading, and construction of new buildings, driveways and parking areas.
Construction will consist of tilt-up concrete panels with tex-cot finish, single ply roofing on metal deck and steel joist.