An industrial site in Trigg County has been certified as “Build-Ready” by the Kentucky Cabinet for Economic Development.
The Cadiz site, in the Interstate 24 Business Park, joins 14 others available statewide for companies wishing to quickly locate, start construction and open a new industrial building.
It’s about 570 acres, zoned for heavy industrial use, it includes a building pad for a manufacturing facility and access to water, sewer, natural gas and electric.
South West Kentucky Economic Development Council Director Mark Lindsey says it’s an indicator to potential buyers that the Trigg County site is ready for business.
He notes that the site is centrally located at two major highways.
The Trigg County site makes two deemed as Build-Ready in the southern Pennyrile, with the other at Pembroke Road and Frank Yost Lane in Christian County.
A news release says Build-Ready sites include a pad ready to accommodate a building up to 100,000 square feet or more – and utilities extending to the site’s edge. The designation also means the applicant – usually a city, county or economic development group – already filed the necessary permits, including water, environmental and geotechnical, as well as preliminary building plans, cost estimates and schedule projections. Applicants must also provide a rendering of a potential building for the site.
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