One of Ohio's top Industrial sites, the Washington Court House Industrial park has all utilities reaching to the park boundaries, all due diligence studies completed with clear findings, and access to a large regional workforce.
The Washington Court House industrial park, located along U.S. Route 35, is the definition of shovel-ready and will be the quickest option for a new facility to move forward. Our park has an abundance of excess capacity for electric, natural gas, water and wastewater, as well as dual-feed electric service available on site. The City of Washington Court House Industrial Park has everything in place for a quick ramp-up of any project.
- 69 kV transmission on site
- Excess electric capacity: 10 MW (12.47 kV) and 15 MW (69 kV)
- Class 2 Redundant/Dual Feed electric service on site
- Excess water capacity: 1.3 million gallons per day
- Excess sewer capacity: 1.1 million gallons per day
- Access: Rail service available on site. The park boarders two state routes as well as a four-lane limited highway.
- Site Certified – The Washington Court House Industrial Park has been certified as shovel-ready by the DP&L/McCallum Sweeney certification program, as well as the SiteOhio Authenticated certification program. These certifications verify that all utilities are on-site, and that all due diligence studies have been completed with no major findings. The park has been designated Fiber Ready by AT&T which signifies the park’s telecommunications capacity.
- Zoning – The parcels located within the industrial park are zoned for industrial use and includes strict covenants that control the current and future development of the park.
- Visibility – The Washington Court House Industrial Park is located along U.S. Route 35 with great visibility from the four-lane highway. The City of Washington Court House is approximately located within an hour drive of Columbus, Dayton and Cincinnati.