Construction complete on Arizona Outback Adventures HQ in Scottsdale

Arizona Outback Adventures is at 17465 N. 93rd St., Scottsdale. (Photo/Arizona Outback Adventures)

LGE Design Build has completed construction on the corporate office of Arizona Outback Adventures, 17465 N. 93rd St., Scottsdale.

The $1.7 million, 12,550-square-foot office space and warehouse sits on a 43,736-square-foot site and “features spacious, natural aesthetics and functional amenities that allow Arizona Outback Adventures to host its signature single- and multi-day cycling, hiking and backpacking tours,” according to a release.

The new structure is Arizona Outback Adventures’ first office space designed specifically for the company’s needs.

“Exterior glass allows natural light to flood in from the surrounding desert landscape while large interior windows allow employees to better connect and communicate,” the release stated. “Elements like wood beams and exposed concrete echo the natural beauty featured in the company’s tours.”

There is an enclosed bike wash station, a commercial-grade kitchen for preparing three-course meals served on adventure trips, men’s and women’s showers, retail space for bike rentals and sales, a multi-level warehouse and more.

Arizona Outback Adventures had been working out of three separate leased units in North Scottsdale.

“LGE Design Build struck the right balance of professionalism, attention to detail and flexibility during the planning process and construction execution,” stated Seth Heald, president and CEO at Arizona Outback Adventures. “We could not be happier with our new home, which will allow our business to continue thriving in the Arizona, Utah, California and Colorado adventure markets.”

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