Amazon has bought 33.5 acres of land at Severnside Distribution Land’s logistics development at Central Park, in Avonmouth.
A deal on the build contract would be a coup for ISG as the Avonmouth scheme is the first the retailer has self developed.
The shed will give Amazon 16 ‘fulfilment’ centres, including new openings in Doncaster, Warrington and Tilbury.
It will incorporate a similar design to the four-storey, 22m high Amazon warehouse building being delivered by McLaren Construction for joint developers Roxhill and the Port of Tilbury.
This is based on 550,000 sq ft floor plate
The south west distribution park is providing a strong pipeline of work for specialist contractors.
McLaren Construction has also just finished a 1.2m sq ft shed for homeware giant The Range in a project said to be worth £90m at the site.