Thad Hickman and Tyndall Yaap, both with the Houston office ofGrubb & Ellis Co., represented the building owner, CCD-CuttenLtd. Pro Metals, distributor of pipes, fittings and flanges, willbe moving lock, stock and barrel from one block away at Grant Road.Yaap tells that the company simply needed more space toaccommodate its growth.

Yaap says CCD-Cutten is an entity of Austin-based CapitalCommercial Investments Inc. Pro Metals' new location is a metal andbrick office-warehouse, with about 3,600 sf of office space.

Willowbrook Industrial Park currently is a three-buildingproject. Tide Air Inc. occupies another 26,6000-sf structure andAndergauge USA Inc., a 16,000-sf building. Come first quarter 2002,CCD-Cutten will deliver on a third 26,600-sf design and oneencompassing 21,000 sf. The Northwest Houston development, designedfor up to 20 structures, is bringing all buildings out of theground as spec.

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