LIBERTY, MO. — Contegra Construction Co. has completed Project Luna, a 1 million-square-foot distribution facility at Liberty Commerce Center in Liberty, a northeast suburb of Kansas City.
Located at 2361 S. Withers Road, Project Luna features a 40-foot clear height, 108 dock doors, two drive-in doors and 20,000 square feet of office space. The property is built with tilt-up concrete panels and is topped with thermoplastic polyolefin (TPO) roofing, a single-ply white membrane which reflects heat instead of absorbing it. The warehouse is also equipped with 56 rooftop HVAC units to maintain temperature control throughout the interior.
In addition, Edwardsville, Illinois-based Contegra constructed four retaining walls around Project Luna, which are up to 40 feet tall. The company also managed the installation of water, storm water and electrical infrastructure in conjunction with the retaining wall construction, including two large underground detention systems.
Project Luna is Liberty Commerce Center’s fifth and largest distribution center since the 337-acre industrial park’s launch by Kansas City real estate developer NorthPoint Development in 2021.
Upon its completion, the Liberty Commerce Center will consist of 3.4 million square feet of space located near the Liberty city border with Claycomo, south of Liberty Parkway between Hughes and Campbell roads.
— Channing Hamilton