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Video: Welcome To Thompson Meadows Industrial Park

Located in central Missouri, Thompson Meadows Industrial Park is home to 120 certified acres, zoned for heavy industrial use.

A certified site in Missouri requires the ground be mostly clear and level, be at least 25 acres, be intended for business use, have at least a six-inch water main, industrial capacity sanitary sewer, and three-phase 12 kilovolt electric infrastructure.

This Sedalia site has robust industrial infrastructure starting with a 12-inch water main onsite, KCP&L has 161kv transmission system feeding a 12.47kv distribution system that serves Thompson Meadows Industrial Park. There are multiple circuits on the transmission, as well as distribution systems. Empire District Gas Company provides natural gas via a four-inch main with 60 PSIG.

The site is located directly on four-lane U.S. highway 50, two miles from U.S. highway 65, and just 18 miles from interstate highway 70. In addition, on-site amenities include two lakes, a walking trail to take in.

Within a five-minute drive from the site you will find restaurant and retail amenities. Top industries in the region include advanced manufacturing, defense, warehouse, energy, agtech and distribution.

Thompson Meadows Industrial Park is owned and managed by the Sedalia-Pettis County Community Service organization allowing for flexibility and incentives to spur job creation and capital investment in the community.

With its location in central Missouri, with established utilities, existing onsite amenities, easy interstate access, and a ten county labor basin with a combined population of more than 250,000, this shovel ready site is perfect for your next facility.

For more information on Missouri’s certified sites check out our webpage, or contact Steve Johnson, CEO of Missouri Partnership, at 314.725.2688 or via our contact form. He will answer any questions you might have, and explain how Missouri Partnership can help with your business expansion and investment needs.

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