The Will Clayton Industrial Park will serve Houston’s growing demand for light industrial and storage space, supporting the city’s manufacturing and industrial economy. The current building is the first phase of a four building, 160,000sqf. development, located on a 12 acre site, 2 miles from George Bush International Airport.

Tilt-up concrete wall panels are tied to a standard pre-engineered metal building frame. While taking advantage of the economic and scheduling benefits of the pre-engineered building, the concrete panels counteract the temporary warehouse quality of an industry standard metal building.  Full length clear storey light emitting panels provide large amounts of daylight to enter the building, substantially reducing energy use while offering the workspace health benefits of ample daylight.

Location: Houston, Texas / Site Size: 12 acres / Phase One: 40,000sqf. [3,716sqm.] / Cost: 2.1 Million USD (Phase One) / Completion: April 2015 (Phase One) / Client: IAH Investments, LLC / Civil: Project Design Partners / Structural: ASA Dally / General Contractor: Arch-Con Corporation