Bowser-Morner Delivers on Home Depot Distribution Center

This project consisted of a new 1.6 million square foot warehouse, a public road built to this site from Pemberville Road and an electrical substation.  The project was built on an 157 acre site at a cost of $130 million and is one of the largest distribution facilities built in Ohio.  Initially, the project created 300 plus jobs. Today, more than 700 jobs have been created at the facility.

Bowser-Morner worked with Seefried Industrial Properties and the Conlon Company, General Contractor.  BMI was involved with this site beginning in 2010 when a wetlands determination study and a preliminary soil investigation were provided to Poggemeyer Design Group and the Northwestern Water and Sewer District as part of the Ohio Job Ready Site Program.

BMI began working with Seefried Industrial Properties and provided the following range of services from design through construction.

  • Environmental Consulting
  • Soil Study
  • Wetlands Consulting
  • Ecological Study
  • Construction Testing for Distribution Center
  • Construction Testing for Electrical Substation
  • Construction Testing for Eastwood Drive and for Storm and Sanitary

Project Client:  Seefried Industrial Properties

Project General Contractor:  Conlon Company

Sitework Contractor:  Miller Brothers

Seefried Industrial Properties

Troy Township, Ohio

Services Performed

Key Project Features
  • Turn-key Suite of Services
  • Environmental Consulting
  • Geotechnical Engineering
  • Construction Observation & Testing