Coweta County is a recognized leader in developing the talent and workforce a company needs.
Clayco will serve as the design-builder for The Cubes at Bridgeport, a 560-acre industrial mega site with 8.5 million-square-feet of potential in Newnan, Georgia.
Within Coweta County, Bridgeport is strategically located on the I-85 interchange at Exit 41 and near major transportation systems, including Interstate 85, both CSX and Norfolk Southern railroads, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International and Newnan-Coweta Airport. Due to the site’s intermodal access, the facility boasts 120 fully equipped docks with 40,000 lb. levelers with a fully equipped dock package and 108 future knock-outs with dock seals, 4 drive-in doors, 427 car-park, 183 trailer spots with 144 future spots and ESFR.
The first phase of the development includes a 1,002,150-square-foot speculative building with 40’ clear height, ample trailer storage and car parks associated with the new state-of-the-art distribution theme capable of handling high cube warehousing, e-commerce types and manufacturing requirements. In total, Bridgeport can accommodate building sizes exceeding 2 million-square-feet and larger.
Coweta County is a recognized leader in developing the talent and workforce a company needs. With a working age population of over 3.7 million people within a 45-minute drive, Coweta County is geographically located to help companies attract workers from Georgia and Alabama. The area is also known as a health care destination due in part to its three hospitals – Piedmont Newman Hospital, Cancer Treatment Centers of America and HealthSouth Rehabilitation Hospital.
The first phase also includes major infrastructure improvements such as ramp upgrades, a new signalized intersection on Highway 29, a public parkway and overpass above the CSX main line providing access to the development as well as water, 2 miles of new sanitary sewer, and electric utility improvements.
CRG is the developer and Lamar Johnson Collaborative is the architect on the project. Construction on the 1,002,150-square-foot building will be complete December 2018.