BLACKLICK, Ohio (COLUMBUS BUSINESS FIRST) — A growing logistics firm is embarking on an approximately $20 million project to expand and consolidate its Columbus operations in one large campus.
Xtreme Express recently began the first of a multi-phase effort to grow its footprint while bringing all its local facilities together in the same place. The company partnered with Elter Building Systems and Alterra Real Estate Advisors — two other Central Ohio businesses — on the project.
The first two phases will be additions to the company’s existing home at 6611 Broughton Ave. in Blacklick, while the third phase will involve ground-up construction of a separate building on land Xtreme Express is acquiring next to its current facility. Phase one is an 80,000-square-foot warehouse and office extension to the east, and phase two is a 46,000-square-foot warehouse addition to the south.
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