(Toledo, OH) The port authority is looking to build two new warehouses to spur more international trade.
The Toledo-Lucas County port authority wants to replace an aging warehouse with a pair of fabric-structure warehouses in its Midwest Terminals facility at the Toledo seaport. The area is a foreign trade zone at the mouth of the Maumee River.
There's a need for flexible warehouse space and those could spur more international cargo at the port. The project is expected to cost$4 million and would be financed with bonds.
The port authority board is expected to hire Rudolph-Libbe out of Walbridge to do the design and pre-construction planning for a quarter-million dollars.