Construction Updates – May 2021

Did you know there are over 2,000 acres in development at CentrePort? While the summer construction season is just getting underway, plenty of progress was seen over the winter. The landscape is constantly changing, particularly within industrial parks in the R.M. of Rosser. Here’s a look at some of the newest companies opening their doors and a peak at how construction is progressing on major projects:

Brookside Industrial Park West Phase 3
Multi-tenant space remains available for lease and one lot is available for build-to-suit in this 90-acre industrial park. To date, 12 companies have established operations:

  • 49 North Lubricants
  • Cosentino Surfaces
  • Groupe Touchette
  • Insituform
  • Ipex
  • Major Drilling
  • Medline Industries
  • National Research Council
  • NJ Industries
  • Rosenau Transport
  • RW Consumer Products
  • Transolutions Truck Centres
Major drilling

BrookPort Business Park
Both Phase 1 (80 acres) and Phase 2 (80 acres) are 100% sold and construction has begun on several lots. New companies in Phase I include:

  • Akal Truck & Trailer Centre
  • Benipal Brothers
  • Highway King Class 1 Training Centre
  • Longview Logistics
  • Merit Functional Foods
  • Natt Enterprises
  • Pluto Transport
  • RIG Logistics
  • Sailors Group
  • Sandhu Farms
  • SR Truck & Trailer Repair
  • TJ Truck & Trailer Wash
  • Whiteland Developers’ multi-tenant industrial condos

Steele Business Park
Phase 1 in Steele Business Park is under construction and upon completion this summer, the first of three buildings will offer 80,000 SF of industrial space for lease. The 17-acre park will offer a total of over 225,000 SF of industrial space within the heart of CentrePort.

InksPort Business Park
Development is underway at Whiteland Developers’ new $65M, 68-acre InksPort Business Park. The first phase of InksPort will consist of four buildings totalling 375,000 SF of industrial space. The first 100,000+ SF building will be completed and ready for occupancy by Q4 2021.

Brookside Business Park
The newest companies to open in this 160-acre development include:

  • Highway Motor Freight
  • Shell Canada

O Foods Ltd.
Construction has begun on Paterson GlobalFoods’ $94 million oat processing facility, O Foods Ltd. The mill will process 125,000 metric tonnes of oats from Western Canadian farmers, with expansion plans to reach 250,000 metric tonnes.

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