Bombay Distribution Center Expansion

100,000 SF expansion to Bombay's warehouse in Fort Worth, Texas by construction manager Bob Moore Construction.

Bombay Distribution Center Expansion

  • Exterior photo of US Bombay Distribution Center expansion from general contractor Bob Moore Construction company
  • Exterior photo of US Bombay Distribution Center expansion from general contractor Bob Moore Construction company

Project Summary

100,000 SF expansion of a 250,000 SF warehouse in Fort Worth, Texas by general contractor Bob Moore Construction.

  • Categories:

    • Distribution Center
    • Warehouse
    • Tilt-Up Construction
    • Construction Manager
  • Owner / Developer: Mercantile Partners, LP
    Architect: Arthur Weinman Architects

Project Detail

Bombay is major retailer of sophisticated, classic home furnishings and coordinating accessories.

This publicly traded company, a former subsidiary of The Tandy Corporation, selected Bob Moore Construction as the general contractor to build their original distribution center. A few years later, when a 100,000 square foot addition was required, they again selected Bob Moore Construction, Inc. as their construction manager.

Bombay uses this distribution center in north Fort Worth, TX to deliver to customers around the world. The building is protected by an ESFR fire protection system and is designed for additional expansion space.

 

Printable Version - Construction Project Profile (PDF Format):

Bombay Distribution Center - Fort Worth, Texas

 


 

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