Below is a press release from Jewett Construction, and first appeared in the New England Real Estate Journal:
WILMINGTON, MA — Since 1972 Jewett Construction, a regional general contractor has been providing construction services to customers throughout the Northeast. They have completed work on a warehouse and distribution facility built for peak optimization. The building was a collaboration with The Seyon Group, and is located off I-93 and 15 miles north of Boston.
613 Main St., is a first-class 435,442 s/f warehouse and distribution facility situated on 39.5-acres, the building was fully leased before the project had been completed. The site provides access to Boston’s growing population as well as the intersections of Rte. 38, I-93, and Rte. 128. Jewett Construction constructed a brand new 30 bay 28,000 s/f loading dock area which increases the efficiency of the space and allows for more tenant flexibility. The warehouse space features 24’ clear height ceilings, 54 total loading docks, and an outside storage/parking area. This warehouse facility also includes 23,000 s/f of offices and 410,000 s/f of warehouse. The building can accommodate a wide range of users such as warehousing, manufacturing, and R&D, among others.
“We were very excited to partner with Seyon Group to build this project,” said Greg Stewart, senior vice president of Jewett Construction. “A lot of planning and logistical thought has gone into this building after recognizing its potential to be transformed into an ideal warehouse facility optimized for peak efficiency. Having a space designed to work for you goes a long way in helping to increase productivity and reduce the amount of wasted time by delivery drivers. Building this structure on a site that lies in the middle of downtown Wilmington, directly next to a commuter rail was certainly a unique challenge. This project required vision and trust in our incredible project team, and we are proud to see this project completed with such success.”