The company needs to increase its asphalt production with equipment that is too large for its current site to accommodate according to its CEO Robert Boh.
$2 million in renovations are planned for the site, which is owned by the Port of New Orleans.
Boh Bros. rent at the 21.99-acre site will be $340,000 a year. A 13,000-square-foot building on the site will be used as an office and testing laboratory, and the port will demolish a vacant building on the site damaged during Hurricane Katrina.
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