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Meridian Design Build Begins work on 38 acre redevelopment project

Meridian Design Build Begins work on 38 acre redevelopment project

The project includes construction of a new 150,585-sf cross dock facility that will include full service truck maintenance and repair bays, a truck wash, and approximately 20,000-sf of corporate office space.


By By BD+C Staff | March 28, 2012
Meridian Design Build has been selected to act as general contractor for a 38-ac
Meridian Design Build has been selected to act as general contractor for a 38-acre redevelopment project for Polmax Transportati

Meridian Design Build has been selected to act as general contractor for a 38-acre redevelopment project for Polmax Transportation in Alsip, Ill.

Demolition work is currently underway at the site, previously home to an auto auction mall.

The project includes construction of a new 150,585-sf cross dock facility that will include full service truck maintenance and repair bays, a truck wash, and approximately 20,000-sf of corporate office space. Site improvements will include accommodations for the secured parking of approximately 500 trailers. BD+C

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