In today’s competitive environment, employers need to differentiate themselves in order to recruit top talent. GO Industrial design decisions are human-centered. Our facilities enhance employee engagement, reduce absenteeism, lower healthcare costs, and improve the recruitment and retention of top talent.
Delivering forward thinking development and workplace strategies for industrial users.
Unmatched building amenities
boosting employee productivity.
Site selections driven by
infill locations in heavy
In-demand locations create high barriers to entry for buyers and developers, thus requiring a creative solution to source and acquire these opportunities.
GO Industrial provides logistics solutions for businesses feeding the demand of these growing populations.
Delivering a new level
of Class A product
to an evolving market.
Our buildings are constructed to support e-commerce and logistic uses with industry-leading clear heights, expandable power, fully-insulated and air-conditioning ready. To support building longevity and reduce operating expenses building slabs, truck courts and roof systems are thoughtfully engineered and constructed.
Our spec office improvements allow for near immediate tenant occupancy and break the mold of the dated warehouse office environment, offering higher end finishes, open workplaces and health focused workout and break areas.
Mr. Guerena is Managing Partner in GO Industrial. Robert leads the acquisition and development strategy for GO Industrial and is responsible for global deal structures and execution. He is responsible for growing the market share of the company in and outside of Arizona.
Mr. Kremer is a Partner in GO Industrial. Curt lends his extensive background in design, real estate vision and branding to grow the GO Industrial platform. He challenges industry norms across the platform that result in unique and thoughtful real estate solutions.
Mr. Jerkovich is a Partner in GO Industrial. In addition to growing investor and broker relationships, Charles manages the capital investment strategy, structures both GP and LP investments and sources financing for GO Industrial projects. He is a key contributor in the overall strategy for the company.
Vice President – Finance
Mr. Clarizio is responsible for overseeing the accounting, tax, and treasury functions for GO Industrial. Prior to joining GO Industrial was a Senior Manager with RSM US LLP for 9 years. Jack is a certified public accountant and earned a BS in Finance as well as a Masters of Taxation from Arizona State University.
Mr. Ray is Vice President for GO Industrial. Nick oversees the financial analysis of each investment opportunity and is responsible for generating investor and lender presentations.
Mr. Schifferer joined GO Industrial with a diverse background in real estate development, property taxes, and general contracting. As the Development Manager, he is a team player who specializes in executing on due diligence, design, permitting, and construction activities to ensure projects are brought from conception to completion in an effective manner.
Ms. Bunger is a Development Coordinator for GO Industrial. Nikole has extensive background in project coordination in the real estate industry. She leads the administration, coordination, and support of the development and asset management teams.
Mr. Kilgour is a Project Manager on the GO Industrial team. He is responsible for overseeing project setup, implementation, and execution while driving schedule and maintaining the overall project budget. In addition, he assists senior team members in establishment and refinement of best practices, while having exceptional organizational, analytical, and problem-solving skills.
The GO Industrial team excels on ground up developments or value add projects requiring significant vision to execute.
Target Markets: Arizona, Utah, Nevada, California
GO Industrial invests in irreplaceable locations with proximity to logistics corridors and growing employee bases. Land acquisitions are ideally larger than 5 acres. Complex environmental, entitlement and infrastructure challenges are welcomed. Existing building acquisitions and covered land plays should be greater than 100,000 rentable square feet.