Centennial Industrial Park

Client—Port of Woodland, Washington

Port Celebrates Centennial Industrial Park Ribbon Cutting

The Port of Woodland purchased 16-acres in 2017 as part of its ongoing effort to attract new businesses to the community by providing construction-ready industrial property. This site is now referred to as the Centennial Industrial Park. Gibbs & Olson prepared a conceptual design and a binding site plan for this industrial park. As part of this project, we prepared a boundary and topographic survey. The conceptual design and binding site plan were developed to provide flexibility to accommodate light manufacturing facilities with buildings ranging in size from 5,000 to 45,000 square feet. Gibbs & Olson was retained by the Port to design the Howard Way roadway extension, Guild Road widening and the internal Orchard Way roadway along with associated stormwater treatment and detention, public utility extensions and street lighting. We also provided construction management, inspection and construction staking for the project. Records of Survey and conveyance documents were prepared for each of the lots within the industrial park as the lots have been sold by the Port.