SPECIAL FEATURES: 12,000,000 bottle per year production capacity, largest electrical melt furnace in the world, and largest eco-friendly wine bottling facility in the world


Cameron Glass Manufacturing Plant


JH Kelly was the EPC contractor for a 175,000 square foot wine bottle glass plant in Kalama, Washington.

The facility is the first new plant built in the United States in 30 years that will manufacture glass exclusively for the wine industry.

Additionally, it will be the largest eco-friendly wine bottling facility in the world. It was completed at the end of 2008.

Project highlights include the following:

  • 12 million bottles per year production capacity
  • Installation of the world’s largest electric melt furnace
  • 110,000 cubic yards of cut and fill
  • 93,000 lineal feet of piling
  • 13,100 cubic yards of concrete
  • 1,552 tons of reinforcing
  • 3,360 tons of structural steel

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821 Third Avenue / PO Box 2038 / Longview, WA 98632T 360.423.5510 / F 360.423.9170 /