Amazon Considers Temporary Concrete Plant in Virginia

Source: ARLnow.com Amazon wants to build a concrete plant to help build its second headquarters in Virginia.

Developer JBG Smith is working with Amazon to get a concrete plant to help with the construction of its second headquarters in Virginia.
Developer JBG Smith is working with Amazon to get a concrete plant to help with the construction of its second headquarters in Virginia.
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According to ARLnow.com, Amazon may deliver a concrete plant to the Pentagon City neighborhood to help with the construction of its second headquarters.

Developer JBG Smith is working with the tech and online retail giant to build the two-phase, 4.2 million square foot complex along S. Eads Street. JBG is asking the Arlington County Board to approve a temporary concrete batching plant at the empty, adjacent Pen Place site on the 1100 block of S. Fern Street.

The Board is scheduled to consider the request at its meeting on April 18.

Read more about the project at ARLnow.com

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