The Earl Ray Tomblin Industrial Park is located in Logan County in southwest West Virginia, midway between the industrial Kanawha Valley to the north and the Kentucky and Virginia borders to the south. It is just off U.S. Route 119, a modern, 4-lane divided highway completed in 1995.
The park is located in the heart of the southern Appalachian timber and coalfields, making it idela for businesses which serve those industries. Just one hour away, factories from Huntington to Charleston, West Virginia supply worldwide chemical, automotive, and equipment demands.
Access to American and worldwide markets is provided by Interstates 77, 70, and 64, along with I-73, now under construction; plus extensive railroad coverage throughout the county. Commercial air transportation and air cargo service are one hour away at Yeager Airport.
Logan County has a strong supply of skilled workers with a 1998 civilian labor force of 13,920, of which 1,710 are unemployed. Many are hard working former coal miners, displaced through downsizing. Hundreds of others in their prime working age are available, though not officially numbered among the unemployed. When you consider contiguous counties, the civilian labor force consists of 46,710 of whcih 5,260 are unemployed.
Logan County's rural setting, low crime rate, educational system and access
to culture and recreation make for an affordable, enjoyable quality of life.
Location: Gaston Caperton Drive, 1.2 miles off 4-lane divided U.S. Route 119, Logan County West Virginia.
Topography: Rolling Hilltop - 32 acres
Tracts: 8 available
Electricity: Supplied and ditributed by American Electric Power (AEP); Primary Service 12-kV line; 3- phase.
Natural Gas: Supplied by Columbia Gas Transmission Corporation and distributed by Mountaineer Gas Company and Southern Public Service Company.
Telephone: Supplied and delivered by Verizon with additional services, including 100% digital switching, fiber optics, ISDN and ATM.
Water: Supplied and delivered by the Logan County Public Service District; 8" main; 6" domestic service lines; 100,000 gpd with a peak factor of 1.5, plus an 8" fire line with hydrants in place.
Wastewater: 50,000 gpd on-site treatment facility supplied by the Logan County Development Authority.
Highway: U.S. Route 119; State Route 10, 17, 44, 73, and 80. Connections to I-64, I-77, I-79 and I-73 (now under construction)
Air: Commercial passenger and air cargo service; Yeagar Airport, Charleston
General Aviation: Logan County Airport
Railroad: CSX Transportation, Connections to ConRail & Norfolk Southern.
Navigable Rivers: Kanawha River, Charleston and Ohio River, Huntington, Connections to the Mississippi River
Local: Coal mining, timber, equipment
Nearby: Chemical, automotive, fabricated metal.
Low overhead...solid workforce...accesses to
major markets: the perfect combination to help your business prosper. All
available at the Earl Ray Tomblin Industrial Park. Call Today to find out how to
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