The Focused Attraction of Shovel-Ready Tracts New York (FAST NY) program develops shovel-ready sites to accommodate the needs of large employers and high-tech manufacturing companies.
Through its Industrial Site Development Grant Program, Missouri offers shovel-ready sites among the initiatives aimed at continued investment.
With a low tax burden, the state is attracting business by investing in shovel-ready sites and a skilled workforce.
Some of the most well-known international companies have built upon their long legacies of success by locating in Mississippi.
Communities with pre-certified sites are prepared for companies to quickly relocate or expand to their region and begin building immediately.
Industry is thriving in the Hawkeye State with the help of innovative grants and renowned research facilities.
Mississippi is preparing for the future of industry by developing a high-tech workforce, premier shovel-ready sites and an even stronger business environment with no red tape.
The tissue and paper product manufacturer will invest $425 million to build a state-of-the-art facility in Jackson, TN.
Being prepared for any and every corporate relocation or expansion scenario is vital for any community seeking new business ventures. Certified sites are a good start.
With shovel-ready sites, a skilled workforce and a strategic location, Ottumwa, IA has everything you need to grow.
Thanks to a new partnership, sites certified through Sunflower Electric's Certified Sites Program will automatically be certified by the Kansas Department of Commerce.
Precertified sites—A.K.A. shovel-ready sites—speed up the development cycle for projects by cutting the red tape and lining up key approvals in advance of the site selection process.
ElectriCities’ nonprofit membership organization provides economic development support to 70 communities throughout North Carolina.
The July / August 2019 Issue features our 15th annual Rankings Report, including state, metro, and global rankings. Plus, a look at shovel-ready sites.
Precertified sites—also known as shovel-ready sites—speed up the development cycle for projects by cutting the red tape and lining up key approvals in advance of the site selection process.
Agribusiness, manufacturing and distribution are thriving shoulder-to-shoulder in Fairmont, a rural gem in south central Minnesota.
The Iowa Certified Site program streamlines the site selection process and offers multiple options, including a green business park, industrial sites and parks, and mega sites.
The grants, totaling more than $5 million, will help rural communities overcome barriers to achieve Select Tennessee site certification.
As the demand for shovel-ready industrial sites keeps growing, more and more locations are initiating certified sites programs that streamline the approval process for new developments.
Site selection professionals zero in on certified shovel-ready sites, which reduce development costs and put projects on a fast track to success.