Procter & Gamble Manufacturing and Distribution Facility

Brigham City, Utah

This paper goods facility produces Bounty paper towels and Charmin toilet paper and initially employed approximately 300 people.

Clayco and Forum Studio provided design-build services for this 1 million-square-foot paper goods manufacturing and distribution plant for Procter & Gamble. The Goldrush Project was Procter & Gamble’s first greenfield project in the United States in 30 years.

The one-story plant includes a 600,000-square-foot manufacturing center and 400,000-square-foot distribution center with state-of-the-art paper industry equipment. As the Cincinnati-based company’s sixth towel/tissue operations in the U.S., the paper goods facility produces Bounty paper towels and Charmin toilet paper and initially employed approximately 300 people.

Get In touch

Anthony
Johnson

Executive Vice President

+314-592-2159
johnsona2@claycorp.com

Key Facts

Project size:  1,000,000 SF
Client name:  Procter & Gamble
Architect:  Forum Studio

Awards

Tilt-Up Concrete Association – 2009 Tilt-Up Achievement Award

Integrated Company Involvement

CRG

Design-Build & Architecture

FORUM

Architecture

CONCRETE STRATEGIES

Tilt-Up Concrete

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