INDUSTRIAL SPACE Construction
in Portland, OR
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Reasons to Choose
If you’ve narrowed down a potential industrial space for manufacturing or production, Norwest Contractors can help you take the next step. Your type of business likely requires sufficient room for an office and a warehouse, and we’ll make sure it happens, along with all the other elements necessary to make your new spot just as you envisioned.
What makes us a great fit for industrial space construction in Portland, OR?
Quick and Efficient
The industrial industry is booming as businesses that sell products online require additional space to store their products. With companies on such crunched timelines, you need a contractor who can get things done–fast. Our streamlined design process helps keep everything on track so that your launch is right on schedule.
Large Workload Capacity
Whether you’re looking to build a manufacturing plant, cold storage center, data center, flex building, or distribution warehouse, we’ve got you covered. Our company takes on industrial spaces of all sizes, so you never have to worry if we have what it takes to accomplish the job. We’ve got the skill set, tools, and team ready to make things happen.
The location, size, and layout of your building are important–but so is the design. The great part about working with Norwest Contractors is that you don’t have to choose design elements with your eyes closed. Our clients receive exclusive access to the DesignLab™, a one-of-a-kind commercial showroom that lets you feel and see colors, finishes, fixtures, and flooring in person to make sure it’s a good fit for your space before you buy, saving you time, money, and headaches down the line.
Our Norwest Design-to-Budget™ Process
Industrial construction comes with two main costs: hard costs (labor and materials) and soft costs (insurance, interior design elements, and taxes). We seek to help you keep all costs down with our unique Design-to-Budget™ methodology. It allows you to select everything you want in your design and take out what you don’t so that there aren’t any surprises.
At Norwest Contractors, we evaluate market fluctuations, material costs, and more to help establish a baseline budget. We’ll then help with the planning, design, pre-construction, and building–all within the agreed-upon price point.
How do we do this? It all starts with a Know Your Building evaluation. In this step, we’ll look at the ins and outs of the target location so that we have an idea of everything that could play a part in the cost. You can trust that if there’s something needed before construction begins, we’ll find it. At the end of the day, that makes for a better all-around construction experience.
It is our pleasure to work with industrial businesses through the Portland Metro area. Our industrial contractors have helped multiple spaces come to be, including Sunnyside Development, Oregon Fruit, UltraTape, and Carl Zeiss Vision. View some pictures below of the finished products.
Create Your Space Now With the Right Industrial Contractor
When it comes to industrial space construction in Portland, OR, you need a contractor who walks the walk. We have multiple decades of experience building out industrial spaces in the City of Roses, and we can help create yours, too. Interested in working together? Connect with our team today. We are here to help.
Better from Smart to Finish: Start Here
If you are planning or considering a construction project and want the best result at the best value, we would welcome the opportunity to discuss the many unique ways we can meet your needs and help ensure a successful project, on-time and on-budget. And we would be delighted to set up a tour of the Norwest DesignLab™ and let you see for yourself how it can streamline the entire construction process and empower you to make smarter decisions and gain greater control of your project.
We’re looking forward to building the plan, the partnership, and your project.
The Norwest DesignLab™ is the only place on the West Coast where healthcare and business professionals, designers and architects can see, feel and touch the wide range of commercial interior materials and fixtures available for your project.