Wind River Business Park Buildings • Carson, WA   download PDF
   

Buildings Summary

The WRBP existing buildings have the potential to provide diverse facilities indoors and out. The existing stock of CCC-era housing and structures, as well as the more modern nursery processing buildings, provide an opportunity to explore multiple options for adaptive reuse. The viability of agricultural uses, for example, may be enhanced if the buildings can be efficiently reused. The CCC structures along the big leaf maplelined boulevard provide a wonderful armature on which to build and expand research, education, recreation or tourism related uses.

Available Buildings By List

NFS Building Name SF Parcel Location
1053
1054
1057
1065
1413
2025
2127
2130
2226
2325
2327
2367
2526
2624
2627
2628
2629
2324

Residence (leased)
Residence (leased)
Residence (leased)
Residence (leased)
Mess Hall
Nursery Office
Seed Extract (leased)
Proc. Plant (20K SF leased)
Nursery Office/Packing
Field Lunch Room
Long Shed
Nursery Equipment Storage
Gas and Oil House
Vehicle/Equipment Storage
Seed Cooler
Seed Stratification Cooler
Seed Cooler/Freezer
Chemical Storage Building
1,915 1,200 1,530 2,293 2,380 1,375 3,585
35,000 2,583
700
3,340 3,000
320
4,700 1,560 3,120 1,848
320
Parcel 1
Parcel 1
Parcel 1
Parcel 1
Parcel 1
Parcel 1
Parcel 2
Parcel 2
Parcel 1
Parcel 1
Parcel 1
Parcel 1
Parcel 1
Parcel 2
Parcel 1
Parcel 1
Parcel 1
Parcel 1

Road 4101, facing fields
Road 4101, facing fields
Road 4101, facing fields
Road 4101, facing fields
Road 4101
Road 4101,
Northwest of Hemlock Road North of County Road 23150
Road 4101
access road in field of Parcel 1 access road in field of Parcel 1 Road 4101
Road 4101, facing Parcel 1 North of County Road 23150 Road 4101, vehicle access drive Road 4101, vehicle
Road 4101,
Martha Creek Field


Available Buildings By Map

falility 2367 facility 1413 Office facility 2627 facility 2226

Building # 2130: Processing Plant (download pdf)

Physical Description: This 35,000 square foot building was constructed in 1976, and is separated into three main sections. A central processing building (with support facilities, meeting rooms, staff rooms, toilet rooms and laboratory) is flanked by two wings of cold storage containing four and two cooler rooms respectively. The main processing room has a concrete floor that is sloped to drain. All coolers are accessible via outside loading areas. Major systems in the facility include single phase electrical, three- phase electrical, irrigation control room, three heat pumps, steam heat to processing work space, power doors at coolers, refrigeration systems at 6 coolers, digital temperature and humidity control system, and a Halon fire protection system.

Facility 2130

facility 2130 floorplan
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Building # 2624: Seed Processing (download pdf)

Physical Description: This 4,700 square foot building was built in 1976. It is located on Parcel 2, behind the Seed Processing Building (2130). The building has four roll-up doors and one insulated electrical room with a loft above. Natural ventilation is provided near ceiling. Major systems in the facility include three-phase power, single-phase power, and water. Accommodations are needed for restroom facilities in this building.



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Building # 2025: Nursery Offices (download pdf)



facility 2025

facility 2025

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Building # 2127: Seed Extraction (download pdf)

Physical Description: This 3,585 square foot concrete block building was constructed in 1963. Three long kilns (one currently used as a passage way) are located between a drying room to the south and lab/work spaces at the north. Mechanical space for kilns is located above. A long porch/loading area covers the garage doors. The building is located near the fields of Parcel 2.

facility 2127

facility 2127

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Building # 2367: Nursery Equipment Storage (download pdf)



facility 2367

facility 2367

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Building # 2628: Seed Stratification Cooler (download pdf)

Physical Description: This 3,120 square foot building consists of two large storage areas, unconnected, built with one shared wall. A small office room is located at the northwest corner. Located at the service drive at Parcel 1, the major systems in this building include three-phase power, single-phase power, two refrigeration compressors, and a water misting system and controls. The roof on this facility was replaced in 2007. There are no restroom facilities in this building.

facility 2628

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Building # 2627: Seed Cooler (download pdf)

Physical Description: This 1,560 square foot cold storage building with loading dock was built in 1956. A large cooler room is accessed via a smaller loading and storage area. The interior of the building is in good condition. Major systems in the facility include three-phase power, single-phase power, two refrigeration compressors, and a water misting system and controls. The roof on this facility was replaced in 2007. There are no restroom facilities in this building.

facility 2627

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Building # 2526: Gas and Oil House (download pdf)

Physical Description: This small 320 square foot wood frame storage building adjacent is located on the service drive near Chapman Avenue. It has wood siding and shake roof is consistent with overall character of the site. The building is serviced by single-phase power.

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Building # 2327: Long Pole Shed (download pdf)

Physical Description: This 3,340 square foot CCC era pole-frame structure is an 8-bay shed, built for sheltering field equipment. The roof material consists of long clear cedar shakes. The building sits in the open Martha Creek Field and is visible from most of the other buildings in that area. Major systems in the facility include single phase power and water to the building.

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Building # 2325: Field Lunch Room (download pdf)

Physical Description: This 700 square foot pre-CCC era wood frame building was built for field equipment storage in 1928. It is a simple rectangular shed with horizontal wood siding, concrete slab foundation and a shake roof. The building sits in the open Martha Creek Field and is visible from most of the other buildings in the area. Major systems in the facility include single phase electrical, plumbing, and an oil furnace.

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Building # 2629: Seed Cooler/Freezer (download pdf)

Physical Description: One access corridor provides access to these two 1,848 square foot storage areas with one shared wall. Access is provided by a loading dock/porch only. Located at service drive on Parcel 1, the major systems in this building include three-phase power, single-phase power, four refrigeration compressors, and no water. The roof on this facility was replaced in 2007. There are no restroom facilities in this building.

facility 2629

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Building # 2324: Chemical Storage Building (download pdf)

Physical Description: This building is located on the northwestern property line of Martha Creek Field. It was used to store chemicals related to the nursery operations and to house communication equipment for the site.

facility 2324

facility 2624

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Building # 1053: Residence (download pdf)

Physical Description: This 1,915 square foot two-bedroom residence was constructed in 1914 in the pre- CCC era. The house faces the open Martha Creek Field view shed and is accessed from behind via a service drive off Chapman Avenue. The house is wood frame construction with horizontal wood siding and a wood shake roof. The foundation is concrete with a partial basement and crawl space. Both bedrooms are located on the second floor. This house needs to be painted.

facility 1053

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Building # 1054: Residence (download pdf)

Physical Description: This 1,200 square foot 2-bedroom residence was constructed in 1913 in the pre- CCC era and is eligible for the National Register of Historical Places. The house faces the open Martha Creek Field, and is accessed from behind via the service drive off Chapman Avenue. The house is wood frame construction with horizontal wood siding and a wood shake roof. The foundation is concrete with a partial basement and crawl space. A heat pump and a fireplace insert supply heat to the house. This house needs to be painted.

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Building # 1057: Residence (download pdf)

Physical Description: This 1,530 square foot CCC era wood frame building is a 4-bedroom residence with an attached garage. Two bedrooms are located on the second floor. The house faces the open Martha Creek Field view shed and is accessed via the service drive behind. The foundation is concrete with a partial basement and crawl space. A heat pump and a recently relined fireplace heat the house. This house needs to be painted.

facility 1057

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Building # 1065: Residence (download pdf)

Physical Description: This 2,293 square foot residence has 4 bedrooms and was constructed in the early 1940s. It is located at the south end of Chapman Avenue and has a dedicated driveway and a garage with a concrete floor. It faces the open Martha Creek Field view shed and is also accessible via the service drive behind. Electric baseboard heaters and a wood furnace heat the house. The roof of this house was replaced in 2007. This house currently needs to be repainted.

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Building # 2226: Nursery Packing Shed and Office Annex
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Physical Description: This 2,583 square foot office and workspace was built in 1956 on Parcel 1. The building is in good condition, and accessible by loading dock and parking area via loading doors. Rooms include office space, a break room, two toilet rooms, open work area and lab space. This wood frame building is on a concrete footing foundation with steel columns at interior and at loading dock. The exterior is a board and batt siding with a metal roof (replaced 1989). Major systems in the facility include single phase electrical, forced air oil furnace, some computer networking lines, air compressors and cooling pump and run pneumatic controls.

facility 2226

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