SULTAN — Romac Industries completed a $2.7 million expansion of its foundry in Sultan.
The Bothell-based company manufactures pipes for the waterworks industry and sells its products around the world. In addition to its facilities in Washington, Romac Industries has operations in Dallas, North Carolina, and Forth Worth, Texas.
The project in Sultan at 125 S. Sultan Basin Road was constructed by Kirtley-Cole Associates of Everett. The cost includes the building and equipment.
The expansion added 25,483 square feet of space to Romac’s existing ductile iron foundry. Using a 132-foot, 6-inch, clear span Varco Pruden pre-engineered building allowed Romac to maximize the column-free space inside the building.
In addition to warehouse space, the metal building addition includes 7,060-square-feet of office space.
The project also included miscellaneous improvements to the existing foundry building, as well as associated site work, utilities and parking lot improvements.
Kirtley-Cole started construction in January and finished in August.