The second phase of a Summerville industrial park is under construction, according to a news release.
The Class-A speculative facility will be the second of two heavy industrial buildings comprising the Portside Distribution Center. The 204,000-square-foot facility beside Interstate 26 near the Nexton Parkway interchange will be suitable for clients such as logistics companies, aerospace and automotive suppliers, defense contractors and others, according to the release.
Frampton Construction is building the facility, developed by Randolph Development. The rear-load facility will have a clear height of 32 feet and will be constructed of concrete tilt-up panels. On expected completion in November, the building will contain 33 dock doors and four drive-in doors, with 143 parking spaces and 52 trailer storage spaces.
“Our team is excited to be back building a second facility at Portside Distribution Center,” said Keaton Green, vice president of Frampton Construction. “This pair of facilities offers the flexibility and connectivity that industrial end-users are looking for today, and we’re happy to play a role in filling that need.”