FOR SALE OR LEASE...
The Jim Bridger Buildings...
in the heart of the Bakken Oil Patch, Williston, North Dakota




 
 413 8th Ave. E. & 409 8th Ave. East, Williston ND 58801
Just one block off of Highway 1804.
Just a short distance from Halliburton, SanJel, and the new Weatherford supercenter.
 

The Jim Bridger Buildings are two separate precast concrete buildings built and erected by Wells Concrete.  They are built back-to-back with a fire wall in between them. Each shop has five bays. The two buildings could be modified into one building with ten 80’ bays or five drive-through 160’ bays.

 
28296 total square feet, including 8724 square feet of office space.

413 8th Avenue East Williston

pre-stress concrete

industrial building with offices

9,782 square feet of wash bay and shop

4,362 square feet of offices on two floors
 

409 8th Avenue East Willisto

Industrial Building with Offices

9,790 square feet of shop

4,362 square feet of offices on two floors

• 27’ clear height to bottom of double T’s

• Door Height 16’

• Double T roof designed to support 2-10 ton overhead bridge cranes with 20’6 hook height

• Drive through Wash Bay in North Shop

• 24 - 21 inch opening for Solatubes (For natural light)

Additional Design Features:

• 400 Flush mounted electrical boxes with conduit embedded in concrete walls and stubbed out toward ceiling.

• 14" thick walls!

  • 36 Embedded air lines.

• 22 Embedded water lines. In excess of 880 6"x12" mounting plates embedded in walls tomount equipment, hose reels, shelving, work benches. (Engineered for 3000 lbs. in tension and 3000 lbs. in vertical load.)

We will finish to suit.  Please contact Mr. Glen Granrud at 7Ol-77O-l654.  Courtesy to licensed North Dakota Realtors.

413 8th Ave E

 

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 




 
 
 


 
corner pedestal footings to attach future decrative bridge beams
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Address numbers are etched into the building in two foot letters.
garage doors are marked with numbers on one side of the building and letters on the other side of the building. To help in giving direction for generations to come.
 
 
 
 
The vertical panels that are next to each other are knock out panels for furture drive through bays in between shops. if they are wanted at a later date.
 
 
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Glen Granrud,
Dec 6, 2012, 11:37 AM