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The M2C2 has demonstrated all the required utility capacities for heavy manufacturing and industrial utilization. All utilities are currently on site and ready to be tapped by new development. The M2C2 development team is comprised of local and regional utility providers that can answer all your questions regarding such critical issues as redundancy and capacities.
Please note: you may view the individual pdf's below or download the entire pdf binder here . . . (M2C2 Site Attributes Binder)
Ohio Job Ready Site Certification
The Fayette County development team began the process of certifying the site in 2006 with over $4.3 million of funding from the State of Ohio for infrastructure upgrades. The work was completed in early 2012 and the M2C2 was officially certified as Job Ready on April 4, 2012.
Ohio Department of Development certification notification (M2C2 Fayette JRS Certification)
Austin Consulting certification confirmation (JRS Certification Confirmation)
Water & Sewer
Natural Gas Service
Water & Sewer
Water and sewer service is maintained and provided by Fayette County. Current available capacity for water is approximately 1 MGD and 1 MGD for sewer. A 12 inch water line and 12 inch force main sewer line are currently on site and are identified by the blue (water) and pink (sewer) lines on the map above.
For additional Water & Sewer Documentation (M2C2 Water & Sewer)
Dayton Power & Light is the electric provider for the site and currently has a 69 kv and a 12 kv transmission line on site. The site is also situated between three substations with the furthest 10 miles from the site. Each substation houses mobile transformers that can be quickly mobilized for emergency situations. The electric line is identified by the yellow line on the map above.
For Electric Documentation (M2C2 Electric Service)
Natural Gas Service
Dominion Transmission has a 26 inch natural gas transmission line on site that can be directly tapped for industrial use. The line is a TL 400 interstate pipeline that has over 600,000 Dekatherm per day of natural gas capability.
The gas line is identified by the orange line on the map above.
Natural Gas Documentation (M2C2 Natural Gas)
AT&T has a fiber optic line that runs along the southern border of the site and is identified by the green line on the map above.
For Fiber Optic Documentation (Telecom Service)
The M2C2 is unique in that it possesses direct access to both Norfolk-Southern and CSX Transportation rail lines via the Genesee & Wyoming Railway. This is a significant advantage for a user that needs to ship products by rail to multiple locations. The rail currently extends to the property line of the M2C2 and has received clearance to push through to the site at a point to be determined by the end user of the site. The rail spur is identified by the red line on the map above.
West Central Ohio Port Authority (WESTCO) was created by the Boards of County Commissioners of Champaign, Clark, and Fayette for the purpose of preserving railroad assets and providing for the continued operation of rail freight services.
The M2C2 is bordered by two four-lane, limited-access highways (Interstate 71 to the west in blue and U.S. Route 35 to the south in red), as well as two-lane St. Rt. 729 that borders the site to the north and east. The site would have easy access to both four-lane highways and miles of frontage where daily traffic counts nearly exceed 40,000 vehicles per day providing valuable exposure to your business.
Area Transportation Overview (Transportation Overview)
Many direct and international flight options are available within an hour of the M2C2 at Port Columbus International Airport and Dayton International Airport, as well as the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport 90 minutes away. The Fayette County Airport offers an extended runway that can accommodate corporate jets and hangar space for extended stays and maintenance.
In order to receive the Job Ready Site certification, an environmental review of the M2C2 was completed. No issues were uncovered that would prevent industrial scale development from quickly moving forward on the site. All findings were documented by third parties and can be found below.
M2C2 Phase 1 Environmental Assessment (Enviro Phase 1 2006)
M2C2 Wetland Delineation Excerpts (Wetland Delineation Excerpts)
Fayette County maintains Full Attainment status as designated by the United States Environmental Protection Agency. Maintaining Full Attainment results in no additional environmental restrictions upon a new business that would locate to the M2C2.
Fayette County has completed a series of soil test borings across the site to demonstrate the M2C2’s stability and composition. The attached report outlines the site’s soil characteristics and can provide the necessary data to begin planning your project.
M2C2 Subsurface Exploration Report (M2C2 Subsurface Exploration)
The M2C2 is a relatively flat property with slight elevation changes. Minimal earth work would be required to build on the site.
M2C2 Topographical Map (Aerial Topographical Map)
The M2C2 is currently zoned I-1 and I-2 which covers all industrial uses permitted within Fayette County.
M2C2 Zoning & Land Use Overview (Fayette County Zoning & Land Use)