Cadence McShane Construction recently broke ground on the Parc 59 project, an urban industrial master planned development.
The developer, Jackson Shaw, and CBRE, the project’s commercial real estate firm, held a groundbreaking ceremony at the future site of the master planned development in Humble, Texas yesterday. In attendance was City Manager, Jason Stuebe; President of the Lake Houston Economic Development Partnership, Mark Mitchell; and Mayor of Humble, Merle Aaron.
“We’re happy to be a part of [this project] and think [Parc 59] will really improve the city of Humble” stated Grant E. Pearson, Vice President of Jackson Shaw. “We’d like to thank everyone else that has been a part of this project with us [such as] general contractor, Cadence McShane. Without you all, none of this is possible. It truly takes the whole team.”
This master planned development is specifically designed by Powers Brown Architects to cater to a wide variety of industrial users. Parc 59 consists of an 83,436-square-foot building with 23 dock doors, two drive-in doors, a 28′ clear height, and parking for 150 vehicles. The second building is 196,196 square feet with 42 dock doors, four drive-in doors, a 32′ clear height, and parking for 245 vehicles.
“We are excited to begin construction on our newest industrial project in the Houston area,” remarked Colby Rose, Vice President and General Manager of Cadence McShane Construction. “We look forward to working with our outstanding partners, Jackson Shaw and Powers Brown Architects, on this design-build industrial project.”
The site is situated in the city of Humble, Texas off of US 59 and Interstate 69, north of Houston and only minutes from the George Bush Intercontinental Airport.
The project is currently scheduled to be completed in April 2020.