Omega Breaks Ground on Rockingham County “Spec” Building
Omega Construction’s Industrial Division began construction in July on its latest project, a forward-thinking “spec” building being developed by Greensboro’s Carroll Industrial Development, a division of The Carroll Companies. The project is located at 9301 NC-65, in Stokesdale, NC. This 176,000 square foot single-load “spec” building will offer warehousing/distribution space for Rockingham County, and will be complete and ready for tenant upfitting by Spring of 2022.
“This project will develop space for potential light industrial, assembly, warehouse or distribution companies, and will provide much needed building inventory for Rockingham County to stay ahead of the demand for such space, in an area that is developing quickly. With the demand we are seeing in the current market, I feel this product will be absorbed by an end user very quickly. We are excited to be a part of this growth in Rockingham County and the Piedmont Triad,” comments Omega’s Industrial Division Vice President, Kirk Matthews.
Omega’s Industrial Division currently has approximately 2.6 million square foot of industrial/distribution projects in construction or pre-construction across its primary footprint of North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia and Virginia. The Owner, Carroll Industrial Development, is dedicated to real estate development and management in various industries, and is credited with over three decades of real estate development experience through its parent company Carroll Companies. Evan Stone, Vice President of Industrial Business Development for Carroll is the Owner’s representative and can be contacted for additional details by interested parties.
Omega’s Project Manager, William Haas adds, “I have heard first-hand from representatives of Rockingham County how excited they are for this project to get underway, as it will likely increase the County’s tax base and create many new jobs. We have a great team on this project and look forward to completion in the first quarter of 2022.”
Additional project partners for the new building include Atlas Collaborative and The Timmons Group.