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TCO: Georgetown Crossroads


"I am happy to announce that Georgetown Crossroads, the first ground-up multistory warehouse in the U.S. (possibly the world), received TCO today. The project broke ground in April of 2017 with over 4,000 geopiers and a 40,000 cy rolling surcharge. Despite numerous permit and design delays, both buildings where able to tilt on-time allowing us to work through the winter and erect over 6,000 tons of structural steel, pour 410,000 sf of elevated deck and finish the building on schedule and under budget.

Special thanks goes to Chris Fusetti, Steve Neisinger, Kris Milarii, Rob Overton, Ida Trevino, Carrie Bodnar and every carpenter and laborer that was onsite for all of the hard work and extra hours to deliver another build to a happy, repeat client.

Now I’m going to pig out on candy. Happy Halloween!"

- Ryan Hogan, Project Manager

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