Columbia Pulp Processing Plant

Columbia Pulp Processing Plant

Project Details

TYPE: New Construction
YEAR: 2018
SIZE: 53,504 sq/ft and 20,664 sq/ft
VALUE: $2.4 million

Making good use of a wasted byproduct

The new Columbia Pulp processing plant is an expansive new facility located on 449 acres near the Lyons Ferry Bridge in Columbia County, WA. Columbia Pulp has successfully permitted and developed a straw pulp mill which will serve the growing demand for sustainable non-wood fiber in North America.
The purpose of the facility will be to produce high quality, commodity and specialty straw pulp for direct sale to paper and packaging manufacturers as an alternative to wood-based pulp material. The pulp produced by Columbia Pulp will have quality specifications equal to or better than virgin hardwood pulp or recycled pulp. G2 Construction is proud to be chosen to supply buildings 500 (53,504 sq/ft) and 300 (20,664 sq/ft).  G2 supplied and erected both Butler buildings for this project, ahead of schedule, against a strict timeline.  More information and a short video can be found here.