Cold Creek Solutions(CCS), a developer based in Fort Worth, intends to break ground this December on its new Cold Creek Storage Facility in San Antonio. The facility will be the second project to be established by the company in Texas and also the largest state-of-the-art facility to be developed in San AntonIo, occupying upto 305,000 square feet of space.
Partnership between San Antonio and CCS to develop a Facility
The Facility is to be built in the Connection Business Park, along Foster Road at the intersection of Interstate 10E and Loop 410; it will be developed through a partnership between CCS and the city of San Antonio. According to the President and Managing Partner of CCS, Matt McWilliams, the location of the project’s site puts it in an advantageous position to service the explosive growth in Austin and other neighboring areas. McWilliams also said “We are very excited about the opportunity to create a long-term partnership with the city of San Antonio.”
The new Cold Creek Storage Facility in San Antonio is being developed with the aim of capitalizing on the rising demand for food production facilities due to the increasing population of Austin and San Antonio. With the current critical shortage of new cold storage systems, this new facility will fill this gap after completion by providing storage for up to 45,000 pallets of frozen or refrigerated products.
CCS has also made major progress on its first cold storage project in Denton, a 374,560 square foot facility which is already 50% leased and scheduled for completion by June 2022. McWilliams was impressed with the pace of the CCS team and he mentioned that they were capable of moving fast and completing any large-scale project in record time, due to their experience gained from years of construction. Developers expect the new Cold Creek Storage Facility in San Antonio to be completed by the fourth quarter of 2022.
Other companies working on the Cold Creek Storage Facility in San Antonio include the St. Louis-based ARCO National Construction, as the design-builder and the San Antonio-based Pape-Dawson Engineers Inc, handling the civil engineering aspect of the project.