Pacific Tech Construction would support the Port in determining best mixed-use tenants at the park with sights set on ultimately leasing and developing the property

Port of Kalama is considering a letter of intent from Pacific Tech Construction to develop a portion of Spencer Creek Business Park. The agreement allows Pacific Tech to seek commercial tenants for the location, negotiate property lease agreements, and develop the next stage of the entry tract at the business park.

All activity would be consistent with the Port’s approved Master Plan, land use parameters, and all other covenants and restrictions.

Pacific Tech Construction, Inc., headquartered in Kelso, Washington, is a general construction, roofing, and industrial contractor that provides services to both public and private sector clients across the United States. The firm has experience with projects for a diverse range of federal, state and local government clients, Fortune 500 companies, as well as commercial, manufacturing, processing, and other industrial clients. Services include vertical and horizontal construction, construction management, design-bid-build, design-build, and limited design scopes.

“This could not be a better collaboration for the Port to determine the best use of the entry to the Spencer Creek Business Park—we are pleased that a local Cowlitz County firm shares our vision for what could be,” said Mark Wilson, executive director, Port of Kalama. “We will collaborate every step of the way to ensure the most productive and beneficial use of this tract of land.”

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