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Puget Sound Pipe & Supply considering site on the West Plains for new industrial warehouse

Kent-based Puget Sound Pipe & Supply is planning to build an 18,000-sqaure-foot warehouse on the West Plains. (Fusion Architecture)
Kent-based Puget Sound Pipe & Supply is planning to build an 18,000-sqaure-foot warehouse on the West Plains. (Fusion Architecture)

Kent-based Puget Sound Pipe & Supply could be building an industrial warehouse on the West Plains.

The company filed a preliminary application with the city to build a two-story, 18,000-square-foot warehouse on 4 acres of vacant land between Hazelwood and Flint roads in Airway Heights.

The property owner is Granite Investments LLC, whose principal is Richard Vandervert, according to the Spokane County Assessor’s Office.

The project valuation is $2.5 million, according to the application filed with the city.

Spokane-based Fusion Architecture is the project architect.

Puget Sound Pipe & Supply, which sells pipe valves and fittings, was founded by the Stratiner family in 1917. It has branches with full-line inventories in Seattle, Kent, Vancouver, Kelso, Burlington, Kennewick, and Anchorage and Kenai, Alaska.

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