US Capital Development chose Gray Design Group to design two new Class A industrial speculative buildings along the bustling Loop 303 Corridor in Glendale as its first development in Arizona. Building I is a single-story warehouse spanning 600,000 square feet with a clear height of 40 feet, 90 strategically placed loading doors and four convenient drive-in entrances. The construction includes sturdy concrete tilt-up panels supported by steel columns, a robust steel joist and girder roof system and a hybrid panelized wood roof. A 500-square-foot pump room is discreetly located on the southern side of the building, made of a CMU structure and a steel frame roof, showcasing a blend of design and practicality. Building II is an impressive match to the first, a 326,000 square feet single-story structure with load-bearing concrete panels, a hybrid panelized wood roof and a spacious interior with lofty 36-foot heights. Gray designed the entrances at each corner, combining aesthetics and ease of access. The exterior facades showcase aluminum-framed light gray glass, complemented by textured concrete tilt-up wall panels in various shades of gray and a subtle soft blue accent.