Three years of planning and construction of a 45,000 square foot shell building in Plymouth will be celebrated with a ribbon cutting ceremony today.
The building is the first of its kind in Marshall County. According to the Marshall County Economic Development Corporation, businesses today are searching for a site that is readily available to begin operations in a more timely manner. The shell building in Plymouth offers that opportunity. Construction of the shell building began last year.
The building can be expanded to 135,000 square feet to accommodate the needs of an interested business. The interior can easily be adapted in a short timeframe that reduces permitting and construction costs.
Several speakers are slated to speak today including Mayor Mark Senter; Bill Davis, Board Chairman of the Marshall County Economic Development Corporation; James Faulstich, Board President of the Plymouth Industrial Development Corporation; and Mike Miley Vice President of the Plymouth Redevelopment Commission.
The ribbon cutting is set for 11:30 a.m. ET today at the building located at the northwest corner of Pioneer Drive and Commerce Street in Plymouth.