Several prepared sites are available and ready for prospective businesses and industries to construct buildings upon at Tom Bevill Industrial Park in Jasper. In addition, there are also buildings on site that are already ready for occupancy.
Bevill Industrial Park spans 500 total acres, with 126 of those acres having already been developed. Land tract prices in 2012 are going for $15,000 per acre, and the overall complex offers access to highways and interstate, air transportation, barge traffic at various ports, and railroad capabilities.
In fact, BNSF Railroad serves the industrial park, with some current tenants utilizing the convenient rail service. Infrastructure in place includes electric, gas, water and sewer, and there is easy ingress and egress to the park itself.
The city of Jasper also offers an ample supply of skilled and trainable workers, free customer employee training, a strong public education system, a favorable corporate tax structure, and Alabama is a pro-business right-to-work state. The community also has a good quality of life, with multiple recreational opportunities that include Smith Lake, which is ranked one of the nation's cleanest lakes.
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