Bay Baby Produce

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Project Description

Bay Baby Produce is a Skagit Valley company that farms sustainable pumpkins and organic winter squash as well as producing decorative pumpkins and fruit.

The owners decided to expand from their leased warehouse and production facility in Burlington, Wash., building on 30 acres they own in south Mount Vernon just minutes from the interstate.

The 45,000-sq-ft production facility is a fully enclosed and air-conditioned space. A second, open-air, production area measures 10,000 square feet.

The Bay Baby Produce rooftop features a 99-kilowatt solar system. At the time of its installation, it was the second-largest agricultural production solar array in the state of Washington.

Offices, conference room and executive restrooms are located on the second mezzanine. Employees have 1,600 square feet dedicated to a break room and restrooms.

All construction was completed by Chad Fisher Construction to meet the needs of organic farm certification for the crops that go directly from the field to the production facility.

I highly recommend Chad Fisher Construction. They are professional, down-to-earth and great to work with.
Michele Youngquist, Owner, Bay Baby Produce


Bay Baby Produce
Location: Mount Vernon, Wash.
Project Size: 54,940 Square Feet

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Today, Chad, Dan and Duke continue serving the construction needs of the Pacific Northwest in the best way that they know how. Hard work, honesty, integrity, and family remain at the core of Chad Fisher Construction. These strong values are instilled in the Fisher name and have helped the company grow to where they are today. Chad, Dan and Duke look forward to the next generation’s continued commitment to quality work and strong relationships.
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