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Construction begins on Save-A-Lot DC.

Clayco Construction Co., St. Louis, has begun construction on Save-A-Lot's new 323,035-square-foot distribution center in Plant City, Fin. Constructed of load-bearing architectural east-in-place concrete panels and steel, the one-level, $15.8 million facility will allot approximately 11,800 square feet of office space for a conference room, dispatch area and special facilities for drivers and warehouse personnel. In addition, the facility will feature a 103,000-square-foot refrigerated zone, which will be served by 23 cold dock doors, and a separate 210,000-square-foot dry goods section with 28-foot high ceilings and 36 dock doors. The Plant City facility will also provide on-site parking for 200 passenger vehicles, 59 trailer stalls and 50 trailer parking spaces. The project is slated for completion in December 2001 Save-A-Lot is a wholly owned subsidiary of Supervalu Inc.
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Author:PADDOCK, ALISON
Publication:Grocery Headquarters
Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Sep 1, 2001
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