The new warehouse and office building for Coos-Curry Electric was the first new facility built at the old GP Mill Site in Coquille. Its roomy 13,500 square foot design includes 3,000 square feet of office space and 10,500 square feet of well-lit warehouse. The office boast a conference/meeting room wired with a dedicated projection system and quick flatscreen TV access. The warehouse maximizes the use of skylights to evenly illuminate the facility… even during Oregon’s rainy days, and equipped with photo-sensor night lights that allow personnel quick access to supplies and equipment during late-night outages. The entire facility is powered by a 100kw Kohler Generator. The site incorporates ornamental light poles by Visco to match the historical image by the City Planners.