Fulton Industrial the Obvious Choice for Sherwood Steel

When Sherwood Steel was looking to relocate its business about four years ago, the Fulton Industrial Park in Rocky View County became an obvious choice for a new location.

Sherwood Steel has been operating in Alberta for nearly 50 years, fabricating and installing rebar and welded wire mesh for all types of construction projects in Western Canada and the Norther Territories. For more info: www.sherwoodsteel.com.

The company bought 2.5 acres of land in Fulton and set up shop there, moving from their previous location in the City of Calgary near Glenmore Trail and 52nd Street.

“We could see that Fulton was going to be an area that was going to be growing industrial area and there was already companies here so we chose here because we thought it would be an expanding area,” says Lois Munro, office manager for Sherwood Steel.

“And so far it is expanding. And it’s working out to the better for all of us here . . . The location is great. It was far enough outside of the city and we could get the appropriate amount of land that we needed, but we are only about 10 minutes from anywhere in south east Calgary. We chose Fulton because it was relatively close to our old location.”

Fulton Industrial Park is a 525-acre industrial business park with direct exposure to Highway 22x just outside of southeast Calgary. It is within 10 minutes of the Stoney Trail Ring Road and southeast Calgary industrial and residential areas and it can accommodate businesses requiring: land purchase; design build lease; and design build purchase. Fulton is being developed by RESLAND Development Group.

 

Whissell Contracting Early to See Potential in the Fulton Industrial Area

Calgary headquartered Whissell Contracting was among the first to recognize the vision of the Fulton Industrial Park in Rocky View County.

The company, which has been operating in Calgary since 1970, was the first to buy a piece of land in Fulton in 2015 before development had begun, says Jarrad Whissell, President of Whissell Contracting.

“We purchased the first two lots there with a total of 15 acres between them.  For now we are using them as secure storage for our equipment and for servicing and staging of equipment and materials, but we see a lot of upside in this location over time” he says.

The move to Fulton was based on value and future proofing.

“We had a storage yard within the City of Calgary but between increases in taxes land values and everything over the 10 years or so we owned it, we decided it was time to maybe look at something a little less expensive with a bit more upside and room to grow” says Whissell.

“That’s when we found the Fulton project, before it had begun construction, and made a deal to buy 15 acres there. We see the potential for growth in this area and were basically able to almost buy 15 acres by selling eight acres in the City of Calgary pretty much.”

The Fulton Industrial area is a 525 acre master planned industrial development with direct exposure to Highway 22x just east of Calgary in Rocky View County.  Fulton Industrial offers cost effective industrial development land as well as build-to-suit industrial building opportunities.  For more info:  www.fultonindustrial.ca

 

Transport Car-Fre Relocates Calgary Operations to Fulton Industrial Area

Transport Car-Fre is the most recent addition to the Fulton Industrial development in Rocky View County.

They have recently relocated their western Canadian office from Calgary to occupy their new space at #9 Fulton Gate, which is a newly built, 13,000 sq.ft. industrial building on 2.5 acres which was developed by Resland Development Group.

According to Fred Blanchette who runs the company's western Canadian office, Tranport Car-Fre was formed in Quebec in 1972 and has been operating across Canada for over 45 years.  For more info:  www.transport-car-fre.com

"We wanted to move out from the City for a larger yard and take advantage of the operating cost differences.  The savings are definitely there and the access to the City and the major transportation routes are excellent" says Blanchette.

The Fulton Industrial area is a 525 acre master planned industrial development with direct exposure to Highway 22x just east of Calgary in Rocky View County.  Fulton Industrial offers cost effective industrial development land as well as build-to-suit industrial building opportunities.  For more info:  www.fultonindustrial.ca

 

Perma Cast Thrives in New Fulton Industrial Location

Fulton Industrial Park has been an ideal location for Perma-Cast Concrete Contracting to set up shop in Rocky View County.

“We chose the Fulton Industrial area based largely on affordability and the overall design of the development” says John McLeod, President of Perma-Cast. “It allowed us to acquire a yard large enough to suit our needs without exceeding the budget. There is a lot of value here.”

Founded in 1996, Perma-Cast is celebrating over 20 years of business in Alberta, including work on commercial and industrial concrete foundations, multi-level parkades, highrises, and water reservoirs. We continue to grow, expand our knowledge in the latest technologies and provide the highest quality service, adds McLeod. Find out more at: www.permacast.ca

“We were one of the first businesses to build in Fulton.  The location has worked great for Perma-Cast as we operate projects all over the city of Calgary.  Fulton is easily accessible off of either Stoney Trail, Glenmore Trail, or 22X.” says McLeod.

The Fulton Industrial area is a 525 acre master planned industrial development with direct exposure to Highway 22x just east of Calgary in Rocky View County.  Fulton Industrial offers cost effective industrial development land as well as build-to-suit industrial building opportunities.  For more info:  www.fultonindustrial.ca

 

Myshak Group Expands Operations at Fulton Industrial Location

As Vice-President of Operations for Myshak Crane & RiggingKevin Weiberg knows quite well the benefits of operating a company in the Fulton Industrial Park in Rocky View County.

In fact, he’s now running two businesses there as the Myshak Group have expanded their Fulton operations to include a division of their Energy Wind & Renewables business.

Energy Wind & Renewables is a full-service wind turbine installation company and Myshak Crane & Rigging is a crane services company.  “We operate both businesses out of our facility and yard there and there is opportunity for expansion if we need it” says Weiberg.

Myshak relocated their Calgary operations to the Fulton Industrial area in 2015 and their Energy Wind & Renewables business moved last fall. They are currently operating from a 30,000 sq.ft. facility on about thirteen acres with room for expansion.

“There are lots of benefits to this location, like efficient access routes into and around the City plus the costs and property taxes are a huge operating advantage” adds Weiberg. “It feels remote the first few times you drive out, but the reality is it’s only about 10 minutes away from anywhere in south east Calgary”.

“We’re into growth. We’re not restricted. We have land around us if we need to expand our yard. We have room to grow without having to pick up and move again."

For more info on the Myshak Group see: www.myshakgroup.com or Energy Wind & Renewables see: www.ewrglobal.com

The Fulton Industrial area is a 525 acre master planned industrial development with direct exposure to Highway 22x just east of Calgary in Rocky View County.  Fulton Industrial offers cost effective industrial development land as well as build-to-suit industrial building opportunities.  For more info: www.fultonindustrial.ca.

 

Falk Panels Building Nearing Completion in Fulton Industrial Area

When Falk Panels Canada was looking to construct a new building and storage yard, the Fulton Industrial Park was the ideal location to meet the growing demands of the business.

“We were initially looking around for some investment opportunity. We were speaking with a guy we know who was in the midst of doing the same thing. He was looking to relocate his office and mentioned the Fulton Industrial development. We started looking into it and there was very good value in the land prices plus all the benefits of being in the (Rocky View) County as opposed to the City,” says Darren Koyata, general director with Falk Panels Canada.

The metal fabricator started business in 2015. It imports and distributes insulated metal panels throughout Canada primarily for commercial projects. The building in Fulton is a sales office and showroom and profiles some of their own products in its construction.  More information about Falk can be found at: www.falkpanels.ca

“The rural surroundings make it feel remote, but it’s actually only a 10 minute drive from south east Calgary and has great access. You don’t think about a 10 minute drive in the City but the value you get for the 10 minutes to Fulton is huge in terms of land costs and property taxes.  We think there is great potential here.”

Falk Panels is building a 6,000 sq.ft. building with an expandable design on about 2.5 acres in the Fulton Industrial park.

The Fulton Industrial area is a 525 acre master planned industrial development with direct exposure to Highway 22x just east of Calgary in Rocky View County.  Fulton Industrial offers cost effective industrial development land as well as build-to-suit industrial building opportunities.  For more info: www.fultonindustrial.ca.

 

Flatland Industries Establishes Operations at Fulton Industrial Area in Rocky View County

Emanuel (Manny) Fasoli makes no bones about why he decided to buy land and construct a building in Fulton Industrial Park in Rocky View County.

“Taxes baby. Taxes,” says the owner of the building which houses Flatland Industries, which is run by his son.

“It’s ridiculous,” adds Fasoli of the difference in operating in the County compared to the higher taxes in the City of Calgary. “The land was cheaper. Access to and from the City is efficient. Operating costs are cheaper.”

Flatland Industries repairs and manufactures aggregate and mining equipment.  Fasoli bought 2.5 acres at Fulton and built a 10,000-square-foot fabrication building.

Fasoli, who still owns another building in Calgary, says he will likely sell that and buy more land in Fulton for investment purposes.  “It’s great here. It makes a ton of business sense and the location has a lot of potential as the City grows.”

The Fulton Industrial area is a 525 acre master planned industrial development with direct exposure to Highway 22x just east of Calgary in Rocky View County.  Fulton Industrial offers cost effective industrial development land as well as build-to-suit industrial building opportunities.  For more info: www.fultonindustrial.ca.

 

NEW Industrial Building For Sale or Lease in Fulton Industrial Area

A new single-user industrial building developed on spec by Resland Development group in their Fulton Industrial park is nearing completion.

The 12,917 sq.ft. building on 2.5 acres was designed in conjunction with Ti Studios and built by Scott Builders.  It is being marketed for sale or lease by the Industrial team at Barclay Street Real Estate.  For more information call:

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The Fulton Industrial area is a 525 acre master planned industrial development with direct exposure to Highway 22x just east of Calgary in Rocky View County.  Fulton Industrial offers cost effective industrial development land as well as build-to-suit industrial building opportunities.  For more info: www.fultonindustrial.ca.

Another Building Start in the Fulton Industrial Area in Rocky View County

Great to see another building start in the Fulton Industrial area in Rocky View County.  Despite the challenging economic conditions since 2015, development activity in the Fulton Industrial area has continued at a steady pace.  The significant savings on land price as well as operating cost advantages is likely a key driver.

The Fulton Industrial area is a 525 acre master planned industrial development with direct exposure to Highway 22x just east of Calgary in Rocky View County.  Fulton Industrial offers cost effective industrial development land as well as build-to-suit industrial building opportunities.  For more info: www.fultonindustrial.ca.

 

New Spec Building in Fulton Industrial Area Targets Product in Short Supply

A new industrial building just outside of Calgary’s southeast is being built to target a market that is in short supply but high demand.

Resland Development Group is building a 12,917-square-foot industrial facility on 2.5 acres in the Fulton Industrial Park, located in Rocky View County near Indus.

The building, which will be available by December, is being listed for sale at $3.99 million or for a net lease rate of $16.50 per square foot.

“There are single-use facilities always available in the market but most of the time they’re older buildings with dysfunctional loading or small door sizes or challenged yards,” said Jon Mook, executive vice-president, specializing in industrial leasing and sales with Barclay Street Real Estate, which is marketing the property.

“This building is meeting all the needs of users today, especially those that require a larger yard.  We’ve positioned the building so you can maximize the yard and have more than one access point so you can flow in and out while still maximizing storage area and having large enough doors that can accommodate, in our experience, almost any service company and their equipment or vehicles and ceiling heights that can also address the need for a crane.”

Mook said that a building like this is very hard to find because it has all the attributes of newer construction that older buildings lack.

Fulton Industrial Park is located on Highway 22x, just eight minutes east of the Stoney Trail Ring Road. It has quick and easy access to main roadways in Calgary such as Glenmore Trail, 114th Ave and Deerfoot Trail.

The Fulton Industrial area features 11.5-metre wide paved internal roads with concrete curb and gutter design (no roadside ditches). Lots are rough graded with electricity, gas and fibre optic communication along all internal roads. Storm water discharge is permitted from lots into an underground collection trunk in the roadway.

Because Fulton is located in Rocky View County, there are no business taxes and significantly lower property taxes compared to the City of Calgary as well as no municipal franchise fees added to utilities. Resland Development Group says businesses can save over 50 per cent on operating costs versus a comparable facility in the City of Calgary.

“We set out to offer a functional industrial property of a calibre that you would see in the City, but offer value that could not be replicated in the City,” said Brad Chorley, a partner in Resland. “We spent a lot of time at the front end working with our industrial brokers, architect and directly with a number of owners of industrial businesses to come up with a design that would be highly functional and meet the needs of a wide variety of industrial users.

“A big advantage of the property compared to what you might find in the City is the oversized yard relative to the building. This allows for significant outdoor storage, processes and/or equipment parking. The drive-through bays and dual access points to the yard also offer something unique. There is excellent maneuverability for large vehicles or equipment around the entire property.”

Chorley said the fibre optic connection to the building can meet the data requirements of any business and is a competitive advantage compared to other locations.

“We tried to walk the line of building a product that hit an accessible price point while ensuring the property is of a quality that we would be happy to own and lease for the long term,” he said.

“The bay lengths were stretched to 116 feet so that large trucks and/or equipment can be parked in tandem in each bay, effectively doubling the amount of equipment that can be kept indoors at one time in these bays.”

Calgary and Area Industrial Real Estate Shows Early Signs of Optimism

After grinding through three years of depressed oil markets and the ripple effect on the Alberta economy, the recovery in oil prices since mid-2017 has provided some breathing room for Alberta businesses. While oil price pressure has eased somewhat, there are still headwinds facing industry and capital investment has not returned in full force to the Province.

Despite this, the Calgary region’s industrial real estate market has shown pockets of strength through a tough economic period. While the signs are not yet market wide, there is a growing sense of desire to return to optimism in the face of adversity.

A report by Barclay Street Real Estate says the market experienced about 2.5 million square feet of positive absorption - the change in occupied space - in the first half of the year “with no indication of a significant slowdown in deal velocity.”

The report adds that investor confidence in the Calgary and area market remains strong with inventory growing by 1.2 million square feet in the second quarter with an additional 2.4 million square feet currently under construction and 3.2 million square feet planned.

Much of this activity and investment over the last three years has been in the large format / distribution centre segment of the market. It has been a defining dynamic of the market over the last couple of years.

After five consecutive quarters of declining vacancy, the report cited total absorption of 1.1 million square feet and a vacancy rate of 5.67 percent in the second quarter of 2018.

“For the industrial market, having a vacancy in the mid five per cent range suggests we’re getting into a more balanced market. The previous several years have been much more of a tenant’s market with higher vacancy and it taking longer to just fill a space or sell a building,” said Jon Mook, executive vice president with Barclay Street Real Estate.

“We are now finding that there’s a steady flow of activity . . . The overall market is stronger. One of the biggest signs is always the land market and we’re seeing more interest and activity materialize in the last year than we’ve seen in the last couple of years. People generally look for land when they’re optimistic enough about the future that they’re willing to build or there’s a lack of available product on the market to suit their needs so they go down the path to build. That doesn’t happen in a weak market.”

There are early signs that the strength in the distribution segment might be starting to spread to the owner/user type business segment.

Mook said the current industrial real estate market is being driven by two extremes - smaller users that only need one or two acres to build 10,000 to 20,000 square feet and then the very large users.  He added that Calgary and area has not seen the levels of current construction since 2014.

“The big box developers are very bullish about the market and optimistic based on activity in the last 12 months,” said Mook.

The Barclay Street’s report said the region’s abundance of available land combined with access to major CN and CP intermodal yards are helping Calgary transition towards becoming a significant inland port.

“There seems to be some optimism about the future,” said Mook. “There’s a government election (provincial) next Spring and that definitely is talked about a lot. I think a lot of people feel there may be some positive change come next Spring. With that is people preparing to ramp up. The price of oil is better than it’s been in previous years. We are seeing more activity with the energy sector and startups in the energy sector than we’ve seen since 2014. It’s happening slowly but it is happening. That’s been a positive.”

“And e-commerce has driven big box distribution significantly. There’s a number of large deals with companies that want to have a distribution centre here or want to have a larger one.”

One of the projects Barclay Street is marketing is the Fulton Industrial Park, just outside of Calgary’s southeast city limits in Rocky View County, which is emerging as an attractive option for medium and large format industrial and commercial businesses in the region.

The project is located in the Indus area and offers significantly lower land costs, lower property taxes, no business taxes, no municipal franchise fees on power and gas utilities, less municipal bureaucracy and regulation, yet excellent access to the City of Calgary and regional transportation.  It is roughly 8 minutes from the newest residential communities in Calgary’s southeast.

Fulton has a high standard of infrastructure design, 11.5-metre wide paved industrial roads, urban road design with curbs and gutters with no roadside ditches, fiber optic communication, and allows stormwater discharge from lots.  Cost per acre is $350,000 with flexible lot sizes ranging from 2.5 acres to 100-plus acre sites.

Fulton Industrial Area a Strategic Location In Rocky View County

The Fulton Industrial area, just outside of Calgary’s southeast city limits, is emerging as an attractive option for medium and large format industrial and commercial businesses looking for land position in the region.           

And more companies are discovering the benefits of the strategic location with its close proximity to the City's work force, the regional transportation network and its low operating costs.

“It offers all of the cost advantages of Rocky View County along with excellent proximity to the fastest growing residential areas in Calgary.  The City of Calgary population within about 10mins of Fulton is twice the size of Red Deer," says Brad Chorley, partner with Resland Development Group which is managing the development.  "At the outset it should appeal to large and medium-size industrial businesses with yard requirements, but as southeast Calgary continues to expand the location will be well positioned to start competing for distribution-format users and more commercially oriented development.  Highway 22x is a primary corridor for commercial transportation into and out of Calgary."

“Resland has been developing land in Alberta for over 30 years. One of the market forces it has focused on since the late 90s is the increasing cost and complexity of operating industrial businesses within Alberta’s major cities. Resland has managed a number of industrial developments in rural counties just outside large Alberta cities designed to offer cost competitive options to industrial businesses while maintaining good access to primary markets.”

Lower Costs and Accessible Transportation

Fulton Industrial area, located in the Indus area just east of the ring road, is fundamentally similar to other industrial parks just outside Calgary and Edmonton city limits - such as: Balzac, Shepard, Conrich, Acheson, Nisku, Leduc, etc.          

These parks offer lower land costs, lower property taxes, no business taxes, no municipal franchise fees on utilities, less municipal bureaucracy and regulation and good access to city and regional transportation.

Fulton has a high standard of infrastructure design, with 11.5-metre wide paved roads, fibre optic communication, urban road design with curbs instead of roadside ditches, and centralized stormwater collection.

Fulton Industrial area comprises 525 acres with 80 acres already developed. Price per acre starts at $350,000 for developed land with flexible lot sizes ranging from 2.5 acres to 100-plus acre sites.

The park has excellent transportation access to the Ring Road, Glenmore Trail, Highway 1 and Highway 22x and it fronts Highway 22x and the CP Rail Line.

Highway 22x A Busy Corridor

Jon Mook, executive vice president with Barclay Street Real Estate which is marketing the property, says one of the biggest attributes of Fulton Industrial Park is that it is fronting onto the busy Highway 22x.

“22x has the most commercial truck traffic of any east/west road coming in or out of Calgary and is second only to Highway 2 for commercial traffic in/out of Calgary. It’s easy access into the city,” he says. “Location is a benefit in terms of where it’s situated and at the same time you have substantially lower property taxes and really the value is you’re getting it for half the price of being in the city".  With the completion of the southwest portion of the Calgary Ring Road, Hwy 22x is expected to become an increasingly strategic commercial transportation route.

“Another advantage that the Fulton Park has which is becoming increasingly challenging in the City is it has fibre optic cable running down every road. A lot of the industrial parks in the city say they have fibre but the majority of the time they’re not in front of a site and we’re running into it all the time now where it’s $20,000, $30,000, $50,000 to get fibre into a building because it’s a block away or it’s on the next street.”

There’s a lot of synergies as well to the location as it’s only about 10 minutes from anything in the south east Calgary industrial areas and only about 10 minutes from south east Calgary residential communities.

“We’re very attractive to those guys who have large equipment and don’t want to be tied up on the light issues and the height standards when you get in the city. They can be outside and access in and out of the city via the Ring Road or Deerfoot or Glenmore,” says Mook.

“We also don’t have a building commitment. So if you want to buy land and you need some time before you want to build, in the city there’s very defined building commitments on all the city parks. When you come outside the city, our park does not force your hand. If you want to buy land with a plan to build in two years versus tomorrow or in three, four years, we don’t have a building commitment. If you want to use it as a lay down yard for pipe, you can do that. In the city you cannot.”

 

DAR Rentals Relocates to Fulton Industrial Area in Rocky View County

D.A.R. Rentals has joined the growing list of businesses locating in the Fulton Industrial development in Rocky View County.

D.A.R. purchased a 2.5 acre site in the Fulton Industrial Park which has been improved to a fully upgraded yard with security, lighting, distributed power, fibre optic communications and water.  D.A.R. Rentals is a multi-generational Alberta business relocating from the City of Calgary.

The Fulton Industrial area is a 525 acre master planned industrial development with direct exposure to Highway 22x just east of Calgary in Rocky View County.  Fulton Industrial offers cost effective industrial development land as well as build-to-suit industrial building opportunities.  For more info:  www.fultonindustrial.ca

 

Falk Panels to Locate Operations in Fulton Industrial Area in Rocky View County

We are pleased to announce that Falk Panels Canada has purchased land in the Fulton Industrial area in Rocky View County.  Falk Panels are in the metal roof and cladding business and have plans to profile some of their building products on their new facility being designed for the Fulton Industrial area.  For more info:  www.falkpanels.ca

The Fulton Industrial area is a 525 acre master planned industrial development with direct exposure to Highway 22x just east of Calgary in Rocky View County.  Fulton Industrial offers cost effective industrial development land as well as build-to-suit industrial building opportunities.  For more info: www.fultonindustrial.ca.

 

Domtec Industries Starts Work on New Facility in Fulton Industrial Area in Rocky View County

Domtec Industries of Calgary has started construction on their land in the Fulton Industrial area in Rocky View County.

Their plans include a 10,000 sq.ft. manufacturing facility on their 2.5 acre parcel.  Site designs will be the first in the Fulton development to employ a 'trapped low' site design that eliminates the need for a storm collection yard and maximizes yard area.

The Fulton Industrial area is a 525 acre master planned industrial development with direct exposure to Highway 22x just east of Calgary in Rocky View County.  Fulton Industrial offers cost effective industrial development land as well as build-to-suit industrial building opportunities.  For more info:  www.fultonindustrial.ca

 

 

Sherwood Steel to Relocate to Fulton Industrial Area in Rocky View County

We are pleased to welcome Sherwood Steel to their new location in the Fulton Industrial Area in Rocky View County.

Sherwood steel have acquired a custom subdivided 2.5 acre site in the Fulton development with plans to develop a gantry crane storage and loading facility.  The company has been operating in Alberta for nearly 50 years, fabricating and installing rebar and welded wire mesh for all types of construction projects in Western Canada and the Norther Territories.  For more info:  www.sherwoodsteel.com

The Fulton Industrial area is a 525 acre master planned industrial development with direct exposure to Highway 22x just east of Calgary in Rocky View County.  Fulton Industrial offers cost effective industrial develoment land as well as build-to-suit industrial building opportunities.  For more info: www.fultonindustrial.ca

 

Perma-Cast Concrete Builds in Fulton Industrial Park in Rocky View County

We are pleased to welcome Perma-Cast Concrete as one of the first businesses to establish operations in the Fulton Industrial area in Rocky View County.  Perma-Cast have acquired 3.2 acres in the Fulton development and have built a 10,000 square foot operating facility.  Perma-Cast have been operating for over 20 years in Alberta offering a wide range of concrete services, including commercial and industrial concrete foundations.  For more info: www.permacast.ca

The Fulton Industrial area is a 525 acre master planned industrial development with direct exposure to Highway 22x just east of Calgary in Rocky View County.  Fulton Industrial offers cost effective industrial develoment land as well as build-to-suit industrial building opportunities.  For more info: www.fultonindustrial.ca

 

Myshak Crane Group to Locate in Fulton Industrial Area in Rocky View County

We are pleased to welcome the Myshak Group as one of the early land owners in the Fulton Industrial Area in Rocky View County.  The Myshak Group have committed to 13 acres in the Fulton development and have plans to develop an industrial facility for their southern Alberta dispatch and heavy equipment servicing operations.  Headquartered in Acheson, AB - the Myshak Group have locations throughout western Canada and offer a full range of equipment sales, rentals, transportation and matting services.  For more info: www.myshakgroup.com

The Fulton Industrial area is a 525 acre master planned industrial development with direct exposure to Highway 22x just east of Calgary in Rocky View County.  Fulton Industrial offers cost effective industrial development land as well as build-to-suit industrial building opportunities.  For more info: www.fultonindustrial.ca.

 

Whissell Contracting Secures Location in Fulton Industrial Area in RockyView County

We are pleased to welcome Whissell Contracting Ltd. as one of the first land owners in the Fulton Industrial area in Rocky View County.  Whissell has acquired 15 acres of land in the park and have plans to develop them as a secured yard for equipment storage, servicing and staging.  Headquartered in Calgary, Whissell have locations throughout Alberta and are among the most respected heavy equipment contracting companies in the province.  For more info: www.whissell.ca

The Fulton Industrial area is a 525 acre master planned industrial development with direct exposure to Highway 22x just east of Calgary in Rocky View County.  Fulton Industrial offers cost effective industrial development land as well as build-to-suit industrial building opportunities.  For more info: www.fultonindustrial.ca

 

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LOCATION. FLEXIBILITY. VALUE.

Fulton Industrial Park is a 525 acre industrial business park with direct exposure to Highway 22x just outside of southeast Calgary.  Fulton can accommodate businesses seeking:

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