It scrapes the sky, but it’s no towering office building.
Nonetheless, the new grain silo rising at the Port of Vancouver is likely the tallest structure in Clark County.
The silo, made of concrete and reinforced steel, climbs more than 300 feet — the equivalent of roughly 20 stories. “I don’t think any of the (Vancouver) downtown structures comes even close,” said Curtis Shuck, the port’s director of economic development and facilities.
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