Turbine Building available for lease at Satsop Business Park

April 2015 - If ‘big’ is your business, then the Satsop Business Park’s Turbine Building is the place for you.   The Turbine Building is now available for lease after being occupied the last five years by a tank manufacturing company.

How big is “big”? The 300,000 square foot facility is well suited for heavy industrial/manufacturing including tank construction, aerospace and large component construction for industrial and energy projects. The building features three stories with 11 cranes. The top floor has two 250-ton cranes and the bottom floor has nine cranes ranging from five to ten tons.

Only 30 minutes from Olympia and the I-5 corridor, the Turbine Building at the Satsop Business Park is ready to serve your business’s needs with redundant electrical power, four separate fiber connections coming from different locations and various providers, water, and a newly constructed, state-of-the-art sewer system.

“The Turbine Building is a prime example of the unique infrastructure the Satsop Business Park has to offer to grow your business”, said Alissa Shay, Business Development Manager at Satsop Business Park. “We are confident there are businesses out there that could benefit from what the Turbine Building has to offer.”

The structure is distinctive in that it was originally designed to house steam turbine generators for the twin nuclear plants that were never finished. With ten acres of laydown area, there is plenty of room for storage and parking. Additionally, there are 14,300 square feet of flexible office space including cubicles, a kitchen and conference room.

Satsop Business Park, a facility of the Port of Grays Harbor, is less than 2 hours southwest of Seattle and 2 hours north of Portland. Located in scenic Grays Harbor County in Elma, Washington, the 1,800 acre mixed-use business and industrial park is approximately 30 minutes from Olympia and the I-5 Corridor. A part of the Grays Harbor Innovation Partnership Zone, it is home to more than 30 businesses, offers 600 acres of developed, pad-ready land and buildings supported by super-sized infrastructure, surrounded by 1,200 acres of sustainable managed forestland.

The Satsop Business Park’s Turbine Building sits on a nearly 10-acre site with more than 300,000 square feet of warehouse space.

Big components are no problem for the turbine building’s 32’ high ceilings.

Alissa Shay