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Principle Construction Corp. selected to build a 237,000 SF spec building in Bolingbrook

Windham
Rendering of building.

Principle Construction Corp. has started construction on a new speculative warehouse at 900 Windham Parkway in Bolingbrook, Illinois.

Principle Construction Corp. has started construction on a new speculative warehouse at 900 Windham Parkway in Bolingbrook, Illinois. The project will include a 237,000 square foot precast building with a 32’ clear height, an ESFR sprinkler system, 22 exterior truck docks, 25 future truck docks, 35 trailer parking stalls, two drive-in doors and 217 automobile parking stalls.

Dallas-based Clarion Partners, which is represented locally by Seefried Properties, owns the site and building. Berlin Packaging, a hybrid-packaging supplier, will occupy 125,478 square feet, including 8,500 square feet of offices. The packaging company is moving from Arlington Heights, Illinois.

“Mother Nature sure has thrown a long string of curve balls at us on this project” states Mark Augustyn, Chief Operating Officer of Principle Construction Corp. “Polar Vortexes, frozen ground into April, snow in May, along with record rains in May and June. Still, thanks to the dedicated effort of everyone involved in the project, we’ve managed to hit each curve and keep Berlin on schedule to occupy their space on time.”

Principle’s Ken Lattanzi is the project manager, Tom Sterbenz is the Superintendent and Mark Augustyn is the principal involved with the project. Harris Architects, Inc. is providing architectural services. Construction is scheduled for completion in November of 2014.