Up next for our #2020InReview spotlight is the Top Shelf Storage Project
Top Shelf Storage, a new entrant into the self-storage marketplace, engaged HP approximately 18 months before they acquired an existing self-storage facility. HP Legacy’s assignment was to provide a cost study for improving the site, without the benefit of any site design drawings, that would eventually accommodate the construction of 100+ storage units. The cost study would enable our client to secure SBA financing for the project.
With the cost study in hand, HP Legacy’s Jim Mullins and Justin Caffey assisted Top Shelf’s civil engineer, Benchmark Consulting, in designing a site that would enable our client to make all of the necessary improvements to expand their development without exceeding their loan amount. Architectural and structural design was provided by Sebree Architects and delivered with HP Legacy’s design/build agreement with Top Shelf. Site improvements began in the late fall of 2019 and was completed in early 2020. Justin Caffey provided construction management expertise thru the duration of the project.