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Project Update: Fred310

Fred310 9-2023

Just south of Puyallup, the Fred310 project is well underway. Being led by joint venture partners Panattoni Development Co. and Crow Holdings, the development will bring over 3 million square feet of new industrial product to the region.

Sitework began on the 310 acre former Boeing-owned site in 2022. Sierra Construction is working on three buildings in the development; Buildings D, E and G.

Building D is a speculative 753,069 square foot industrial building.

Building E is a build-to-suit for Harbor Freight, and is 782,773 square feet.

Building G is also a speculative build, and will be 611,340 square feet.

All three buildings have 40’ clear heights. The first building is due for completion in Q2 2024. 

    For complete project details, visit the FRED310 website at

    Sierra Construction Team:

    Jason Nix, Senior Project Manager
    Sam Evans, Project Manager
    Donny Gee, Project Manager
    Josh Goodrich, Project Engineer
    Dylan Logan, Project Engineer
    Zach Redelf, Project Engineer
    Dan Reed, Superintendent
    Billy Hohenstein, Superintendent
    Alex Fraiman, Superintendent
    Lisa Diebler, Project Administrator

    Project Team:

    Clients: Panattoni Development & Crow Holdings 
    Architect: NELSON
    Engineers: AHBL, Kimley-Horn, Terra Associates
    General Contractor: Sierra Construction
    Subcontractors include: Kirby Electric, Olympic Iron Works, Patriot Fire, Hos Brothers, Panelized, Apex Engineering, NessCampbell Crane, Miles Resources, Ambiance Coatings, Expert Drywall, Exterior Metals, Brundage Bone Concrete , North Country Concrete, Teufel Nursery, Corliss Resources, Weatherguard, Universal Refrigeration, Cascade Masonry, EM Precision Concrete, McFabco & Kell-Chuck Glass

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