HOUSTON – Ensinger, a global producer of engineering plastics, has purchased a 61,875 -square-foot, custom-built manufacturing facility under construction on nine acres at 12331 Cutten Road, in Northwest Houston, from Clay Development & Construction.
Completion of the one-story building is scheduled for summer 2016. The design/build project is the fourteenth building in Cutten Road Business Park, a 165-acre site acquired by Clay in 2008. The business park is now 90 percent developed.
Charlie Christ of Clay Development & Construction represented the seller in the transaction.
“Cutten Road Business Park is convenient for manufacturing, with immediate access to raw materials or product shipping via rail or highway,” says Robert Clay, president of the Houston-based firm. “The location in Northwest Houston is also a plus for its nearby residential neighborhoods and proximity to Intercontinental Airport.”
The Ensinger building includes a 20-ton crane, dust collection systems, gas-fired ovens, built-in equipment foundations and a 900-square-foot canopied area. Situated on Cutten Road at Highway 249, south of FM 1960, the business park is accessible to the Sam Houston Parkway/Beltway 8 and the surrounding Northwest Houston area and offers BNSF rail access. Other companies in the development include Archer Well, Phoenix Technology Services, ThyssenKrupp Materials NA, Kemper Valve & Fittings Corp., FMA, Adams Valves, Corrosion Materials, Hydraquip, Boots & Coots, PolySpec Thiokol, Hatfield & Co., Bohler Uddelholm/Sturdell Specialty, Prevost, LED-OEM, Polk Mechanical Company and Filtration Technology Corp./FTC.
Clay Development & Construction. is a Houston-based, commercial real estate development and construction firm specializing in industrial build-to-suit facilities for sale or lease.
March 5, 2016