Atlanta, GA, August 15, 2018 --(PR.com
)-- Water Transit Solutions (WTS), an African American owned and operated mobile water equipment and advanced technology company, signed an agreement with Robinson/Weeks Partners (RWP) at Gillem Logistics Center Forest Park, GA. For more than 35 years RWP has developed and acquired over 100 million square feet of industrial and specialty properties valued at over $2.5 Billion.
WTS acquired 67 acres for mixed-use development and to house its Atlanta based one million plus square foot domestic and international headquarters which is currently under construction. Construction is scheduled to be completed by May 2019. Forest Park Mayor Angelyne Butler praised WTS stating, “with full faith, my support, the Forest Park City Council and city staff in a thriving community committed to your economic growth and development, you will be empowered to play an intricate role in our mission for collective work, responsibility, and cooperative economics. I expect nothing but greatness from WTS.”
Forrest Robinson, CEO of Robinson/Weeks said, “the entire region will greatly benefit from the many jobs being created around the futuristic perspective of WTS and their strategy for bottled and bulk water issues. We were thrilled to have been chosen for this historic opportunity.”
Bobby Wilkerson, Board Chairman of WTS, commented, “the board members are happy with this decision and look forward to a long and beneficial economic relationship with the state of Georgia, its local government officials and most importantly the residents of Forest Park.”
Mel Forbes, President/CEO of WTS noted, “after a year-long search and spending countless hours traveling and conversing with many states / municipalities, this location / community understood and embraced the vimtology (vision, image, message) of our company more than anyone else.”