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Wilson Industrial Park is a cooperative venture between Barre Area Development Inc. and the Town of Barre. They have worked together with the State of Vermont to provideThe Vermont Foodbank has its home at the Wilson Industrial Park in Barre Town, VT exceptional, affordable industrial/commercial development sites in the Barre area of Central Vermont.

New projects are easy to permit, and Barre Area Development, the Town of Barre and its partners are ready to provide development and financing assistance to potential new tenants to the Industrial Park.

It’s an extraordinarily beautiful, bucolic setting…not what you typically picture when you think “industrial park”. The location is wonderful for employees, with the Town Forest recreation trails and Recreation & Athletic Complex right in the neighborhood.

New England Excess Exchange at the Wilson Industrial Park in Barre Town, VTThe park currently hosts 16 tenants onVermont Creamery makes world-renowned cheese at the Wilson Industrial Park in Barre, VT. 155 acres with more than 300 employees, and there are 40 acres of developable land remaining for sale. All of the land and facilities in the Park acres are zoned Industrial and served curbside by municipal water, wastewater, 3 Phase Power, and broadband.  There is rail access in the Park and a master development permit is in hand.

The park is home to Adams Granite, one of the oldest custom stone manufacturers in North America,  Spruce Mountain Granites, renowned maker of granite memorials and markers,  and iDRY vacuum kilns, a manufacturer of state-of-the art lumber drying kilns, Vermont Creamery, a internationally known award winner and producer of artisan dairy products, Highland Sugarworks, a premier maple syrup products manufacturer and distributor,  how to find ip address range of a domain eddie mcdowd generique viagra go best paper editing services rick bass double talk essay romeo and juliet essay who is to blame nurse help on college essay sdsu thesis manual us and china resume full diplomatic relations go site point by point writing effective opinion essays enter watch flagyl prescription buy n5130 25mg clomid https://smartfin.org/science/bruising-badly-from-plavix/12/ https://greenechamber.org/blog/homework-anwers/74/ admissions essays ucf https://behavior.org/typer/thesis-on-entrepreneurial-leadership/31/ https://georgehahn.com/playboy/heart-disease-and-cialis/15/ cialis ridge wood heights https://cpchawaii.edu/lptf/papers.php?rewriter=price-strategy-thesis https://www.pugetsoundnavymuseum.org/paraphrasing/quotes-in-an-essay-conclusion/24/ research paper on iraq war costing money the outsiders conclusions to essays hvor ofte m man tage viagra kids two page essays on travel diabetes topics research paper see url substancja czynna viagra analysemodel engelsk essay https://vabf.org/reading/creative-writing-k-12/250/ Spruce Mountain Granites at the Wilson Industrial Park in Barre Town, VT New England Excess Exchange, a top independent insurance Wholesale Broker and Managing General Agency, and several companies that support the granite industry.  Scroll through the interactive map on BADC’s site and click on the + to learn about the other companies in the Park.

INDUSTRIAL AND OFFICE SPACE FOR LEASE IN WILSON INDUSTRIAL PARK:

Tenco Industries Inc - Barre, VT is one of the leading distributors of snow and ice removal equipment and municipal products throughout northern New England.29 Pitman Rd. – Up to 30,000 sq. ft. of excellent space with large overhead doors and loading docks for manufacturing, fabrication, inventory and distribution with 5,000 sq. ft. of accompanying offices, conference and break rooms located within the facility. For more information contact: questions@malone-properties.com

81 Parker Road 40,000 sq. ft. of office and high bay Industrial space. For more information contact Kevin Lord at: klord@efwall.com

42 Parker Road 5,000 feet under construction for lease.  For more information contact: info@badc.com

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