Opus Begins Construction of Technical Glass HQ

Opus Northwest of Seattle has begun construction of a build-to-suit corporate headquarters and manufacturing facility totaling 130,000 square feet for Technical Glass Products.

The project is on Snoqualmie Parkway in the 89-acre Snoqualmie Ridge Business Park, located just off Interstate 90. The building will contain approximately 97,000 square feet of state-of-the-art manufacturing space and 33,000 square feet of office space.

Technical Glass will own the building, joining Phillips Oral Healthcare, Nuprecon, T-Mobile, Zetec, and the Inception Group at Snoqualmie Ridge Business Park, one of the few places that could house both the headquarters and manufacturing plant in a single location, Opus Northwest said.

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Date: 28 August 2007
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