Indigreen Corporate Park Achieves Site Certification
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GREENVILLE, N.C. - The City of Greenville and the Greenville ENC Alliance announced today that five lots in Indigreen Corporate Park have achieved certification from North Carolina's Certified Sites program.
The certification, administered by N.C. Commerce, is achieved through a rigorous review process, which includes the evaluation of information about utilities, environmental conditions, development costs and infrastructure access. The City and the Alliance initiated the certification process for Indigreen, which now contains the only certified sites in Pitt County.
"North Carolina's site certification program reduces the risks associated with development and companies value locations that have earned this credential," North Carolina Commerce Secretary Anthony M. Copeland said. "Preparation is the key to success in economic development, and communities that earn a North Carolina Certified Site designation demonstrate the level of commitment it takes to win business and advance their local economies."
North Carolina has offered the official Certified Sites program since 2001 to provide a statewide inventory of industrial sites that have undergone a rigorous prequalification process to ensure they are "shovel ready" for immediate development and meet a consistent set of standards. Sites are periodically re-certified to ensure accurate, reliable data.
Indigreen Corporate Park is located on Sugg Parkway with direct access to Martin Luther King Jr. Highway (US 264 Bypass). The site certification includes lots 1, 2, 3, 4, and 6 in the park, a total of more than 100 acres.
For more information about Indigreen Corporate Park and the Greenville ENC Alliance, call (252) 751-6023 or email Spence Cosby at firstname.lastname@example.org. To learn more about the site certification process, visit edpnc.com.