Roebuck Buildings Announces New Project with Marlboro Development TeamProjects
We are pleased to partner with Marlboro Development Team, Inc. to build a new 50,000 square foot facility for KP Components in Pickens County, South Carolina. The design team also includes Green Arch Designs and Davis & Floyd, Inc.
KP Components, an affiliate of Denmark based KP Komponenter, specializes in precision automated CNC machining of complex parts for a variety of industries. Continued growth since opening their first U.S. facility in 2011 led to the need for a new manufacturing facility.
Marlboro Development Team, Inc., a South Carolina-based real estate development firm focused on single tenant build-to-suits, value-add acquisitions, and strategic investments throughout the United States, led KP Components to the site for the new facility.
Located on an 8-acre site in Easley, SC, the new facility will house production, distribution, and offices. The building will feature 28’ clear height, fully conditioned production and warehouse space, heavy power, and employee parking, as well as significant expansion capabilities. Delivery is scheduled for Q2 of 2020.
Below are images from a press conference held last August announcing KP Components’ plans for the new facility.
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