The Henry Eng Industrial Park—a once vacant, mined-out gravel pit on Dunford Road in Langford—is now the prize asset of the Eng family portfolio. Located in the heart of the Capital Regional District’s western communities, the property was initially acquired as a repository to indulge Henry’s passion for collecting equipment (some might say junk).
A frequent visitor to auctions in Vancouver, Henry was known for purchasing items on a whim—cranes, bulldozers, heavy-equipment—and then leaving his sons to get the often-questionable merchandise home, and functioning. In fact, they’re still trying to dispose of some of Henry’s treasures today.
Ten years in the making, the 20-acre Henry Eng Industrial Park is now a far cry from a jumble of misplaced junk and equipment. Close to a dozen commercial/office and industrial spaces, built-to-suit by Oakcrest, offer customized space for a range of businesses.
There are two undeveloped parcels still available in the Henry Eng Industrial Park. Please check out our build-to-suit opportunities for more details.
Henry Eng Place