GRAD sITES PROGRAM
Preparing available sites for industrial development with advance due diligence is the work behind the Georgia Ready for Accelerated Development (GRAD) Sites Program, established by the Georgia Allies. To qualify for GRAD status, available sites have been submitted by a local community or economic development organization to the Allies and reviewed by a third party. Categories of due diligence and review include minimum acreage (50), ownership security, zoning designation, road and rail accessibility, utilities service, and wetlands and stream delineation.
Search these databases of shovel-ready sites available for rapid industrial development. Surveys already conducted for these sites include topographical, geotechnical, and environmental (Phase I), and investigations for cultural resources and endangered species.
Georgia EMC. Georgia EMC’s extensive databases of available sites and buildings with detailed information on buildings, industrial/commercial sites, parks and greenfield sites.
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Georgia Power. The largest subsidiary of Southern Company, Georgia Power’s databases of available sites are searchable by site, county, community, industrial buildings, office buildings, GRAD properties and more. Access the Georgia Power databases ▶
ECG. Electric Cities of Georgia provides available site listings in cooperation with the GRAD Sites Program to develop a pool of sites ready for accelerated industrial development.
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