Holmes II Excavation, Inc. mobilized their “yellow iron” equipment this week and began the task of clearing and grubbing approximately sixty acres of property located inside the McClellan Industrial Park. This effort is but another in a series of property improvement projects that the McClellan Development Authority has undertaken over the past three years.
This $200,000 project includes the clearing, grubbing, and seeding of seven different lots located throughout the Industrial Park. Last year, these parcels were part of a major timber clearing operation to open up additional property for development. When the Holmes Excavation team completes their work, these new “construction ready” sites will be available for potential businesses looking to locate in the area.
Several of the parcels being cleared (approximately 32 acres) are adjacent to Pappy Dunn Boulevard, the Industrial Park’s main gateway off of Iron Mountain Road. The Boulevard itself is scheduled for a $1.7 million facelift later this year complete with new road surfacing and curbing, entrance signs, landscaping, and sidewalks.
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