DCT Industrial had a busy 2017, despite the oil downturn.The real estate investment trust broke ground on three new Houston-area facilities totalling 474,000 square feet, and it acquired 48 acres in the Port of Houston.
The Denver-based company is one of the largest industrial owners and developers in the Bayou City, managing 5 million square feet of industrial real estate locally.Justin Bennett, the senior vice president overseeing DCT’s Houston operations, recently visited with the Chronicle about his outlook for 2018.
Q: How’s business? A: Business is doing very well. A big boon to the industry has been the expansion of plastics.