The Morrow County Development Authority has revealed a collaboration with the Board of Morrow County Commissioners and the County Engineer to build a new engineer facility in the US. 

The project, which has been in its planning stages for a year, will be situated on a 16.5-acre site next to the Morrow County Sheriff’s Office on Home Road, Oregon. 

It is expected to involve an investment of $7.3m and scheduled for completion by 2025, reported the Morrow County Sentinel

To finance the construction, the Morrow County Development Authority has issued a bond request for $7.25m, which has been secured in collaboration with Morrow County’s treasurer Jim Jahn. 

The initiative also includes a partnership with the Village of Mount Gilead to extend water and sewer services north of US Route 42. 

J&F Construction & Development has been selected through a request for a quote process to provide design and construction management services for the project. 

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The new 50,000ft² facility will include a salt dome, fuelling station, rock storage, precast bridge component production space, and a community conference room.  

Current operations face challenges such as unheated storage impacting dump trucks during winter. 

The new facility’s improved vehicle storage and maintenance conditions are said to benefit these operations. 

It will also provide increased headroom clearance for truck lifts.