Three prime lots (seven, eight and nine) in the International Business Park recently received the coveted “Certified Site” certificate from the North Carolina Department of Commerce. Essentially a commercial development seal of approval, certified site designation means that a commercial parcel has met a stringent set of guidelines for future construction, reducing overall risk for the developer.
A site must meet more than 30 prerequisites to obtain this coveted status, including:
- Business/industrial use designation
- Phase I environment audits
- Geo-technical studies
- Topographical analysis and maps
- Aerial photography
- Availability of public utilities
- Industrial power quality
- Engineered site development plans
- Detailed analysis of development cost
- Complete information on pricing
What this designation means to you is a pre-inspected, “shovel-ready” lot with fewer risks and a shorter pre-development process; thus improving the chances your project is completed on schedule and hassle-free.
Here is the official certification report for International Business Park Lots 7, 8 and 9.
Read more about this classification system by visiting the North Carolina Department of Commerce “Certified Sites” page.