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Jax Daily Record Friday, Jul. 9, 202105:00 AM EST

Sarnova companies building-out at Park 295

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Bound Tree Medical and Tri-anim Health Services are installing conveyors and racking systems.

The city issued permits July 7 for two Sarnova companies to build-out at Park 295 Industrial Park in Northwest Jacksonville.

The city issued permits totaling a job cost of $256,000 for medical products distributor Sarnova to install conveyors and high-pile racking systems at Park 295 for two companies: Bound Tree Medical and Tri-anim Health Services.

Bound Tree distributes prehospital emergency medical supplies, equipment and pharmaceuticals for EMS providers.

The permit shows a $182,000 project to install equipment in 72,600 square feet. 

Tri-anim provides respiratory, anesthesia and critical care products and therapies to hospitals, health systems and other patient care facilities nationwide.

Park 295 Industrial Park

The permit shows a $74,000 project to install equipment in 58,200 square feet of space.

The racking systems are for palletized goods. 

Sarnova, based in Dublin, Ohio, will lease the space, totaling almost 131,000 square feet of distribution facilities, at 2619 Ignition Drive in Building B.

Stratum Corp. of Jacksonville Beach is the contractor for the conveyor and racking system.

On May 4, the city issued a permit for Dav-Lin Interior Contractors Inc. to build-out the space for Sarnova in Unit 2 at a cost of $2.45 million. 

Jacksonville City Council approved a $260,000 grant Feb. 9 for Sarnova to lease space in Northwest Jacksonville for its Southeastern U.S. distribution center.

The company told the city it will invest $6.72 million and create 25 full-time jobs by year-end 2023 under the economic development agreement tied to the bill.

The city requires the company to make a minimum $3 million capital investment in the project site by Dec. 31, 2023, to receive the Recapture Enhanced Value Grant.

The distributor will need to complete $2.4 million in leaseholder improvements to the warehouse by Dec. 31, 2022.

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