BOWIE COUNTY, Texas -- TexAmericas Center is set to move forward with a new big project.
The industrial park's Brazos Site has been qualified as shovel-ready and is well-suited for industrial development and prepared to be certified, according to a news release. The 250-acre Brazos Site is on the TexAmericas Center's East Campus.
"The Brazos Site is an exceptional location for major development, with soil suited for large construction, direct access to water and sewer, low-cost electrical power, high-speed fiber, natural gas, and impressive proximity to a logistics corridor that gives direct access to major interstates while being a Union Pacific (UP) served site," CEO Scott Norton said.
Earlier this year, TexAmericas Center launched its Qualified Sites Program, which is intended to improve on its brand promise of Speed-to-market and speed-to-profit for companies interested in locating on its 12,000-acre industrial park in Northeast Texas. TexAmericas Center intends to pre-qualify all of its property through this standardized process to ensure the sites can meet the requirements of the industry.