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Umatilla Co. Food Processing Facility
Located in the heart of the Columbia Basin, Hermiston is the center of high value crop production. Agriculture has been deeply rooted in the area for several generations. Widely known for being a leader in agriculture, new irrigation techniques developed long ago, particularly circle sprinklers, led to farming mass acres of land. Hot days, cool summer nights, well drained soil, and good quality water are the integral factors for an ideal growing season. In the center of our rich agricultural area is the Hawman Food Processing Facility. With thousands of acres of high value vegetables in the basin, such as potatoes and onions, this facility provides ample room for agricultural operations within our industry. Providing a 58,000 +/- sq. ft. of warehouse space, 2 round-top storage buildings and 1 straight-wall storage building, these climate-controlled units are a "must" for our region.
19.52 acres all in one parcel
Warehouse Building: 58,000 sq. ft.
*Three Large Cold Rooms
*Shipping/Loading dock for 3 trucks
*Double RR Spur
*Primarily steel frame
*Metal Roofing & siding
*Freon based coolant systems
*Multiple man-doors and roll-up doors
*Large drain field
*100 ft. by 300 ft.-30,000 sq. ft.
*Concrete slab floor
*Wood Frame Construction
*Two holding bays
*200 ft. by 300 ft-60,000 sq. ft.
*Metal frame construction
*Completely computerized with refrigeration, dehumidifiers, etc.
*Water rights-industrial .45 cubic ft. per second
*Large Water lagoon-lined and fenced
*Waste water pumped offsite and used by neighboring farmer