Enterprise South Industrial Park
Groundbreaking at Enterprise South Industrial Park took place on January
14, 2003. The park encompasses a 1,200 acre area located at the heart of the 6000
acres, former Volunteer Army Ammunition Plant (VAAP), being surplused by the Federal
The long term strategy for the entire site is to attract major industrial companies
and to incorporate a variety of industrial and business tracts into a planned development.
The site’s proximity to I-75 and other major transportation facilities as well as
the availability of on-site rail and all public utilities make this one of the premier
economic development sites in the southeast. In February 2006, Integrated Data Solutions
purchased 3.85 acres and will be joining Tag Manufacturing and eSpin Technologies
as the first industries to locate at Enterprise South.
For detailed information contact The Chattanooga Area Chamber of Commerce at www.chattanooga-chamber.com
or www.enterprisesouth.com or call Charlie Giffen at (423)763-4364.
Bonny Oaks Industrial & Office Park
The Bonny Oaks Industrial & Office Park is located at Bonny Oaks Drive and Jersey
Pike off of Highway 153.
The Park is primarily a distribution/light industry park with a campus-like setting.
Tenants specialize in warehousing, customer services, and light manufacturing.
The price per acre is $65,000. Over $73 million of private investment has been made
in the Park with the development of over 1,902,000 square feet of building construction
completed. There are 2,284 currently employed in the Park.
UPS was the first tenant to buy property in the Park in late 1986. Other tenants
include Regis Corporation, Lifetouch National Studios, Inc., Louisville Tile,
Frito-Lay, Inc., Walter Champion Company, Sterile Recoveries, Mac Papers, The Haisten
Group, Kenco Group, Inc., Sexton Construction, Sears Repair Center, The Trane Company,
Federal Express Corp., DHL, Matrix Separations, and Dal-Tile.
The last lot was sold in February 2006.
Centre South Riverport/Industrial Park
The Centre South Riverport/Industrial Park is located on Amnicola Highway on the
Tennessee River. The Park is zoned M-1 (manufacturing).
The Park is for barge and rail users. Parker Towing Company is the port operator
for the 2,400 foot fleeting area for the public use general cargo docks. A crane
and forklift with the capability to handle steel coils weighing in excess of 80,000
lbs. are in place. The Park is served by Norfolk Southern Railway.
The price per acre ranges from $55,000 per acre to $70,000 per acre. Over $187 million
of private investment has been made in the Park with the development of over 632,408
square feet of building construction completed. There are 319 currently employed
in the Park.
Tenants include NA Industries, Inc., LJT Tennessee, METALS USA-Chattanooga, Hamilton
Plastics, Sofix Corporation, and East Tech Company.
Mountain View Industrial Park
Mountain View Industrial Park is located on Mountain View Road in Ooltewah off of
Interstate 75. The Park consists of 31 acres and is now full.
Over $6.4 million of private investment has been made in the Park with 205,000 square
feet of building construction completed. There are 415 currently employed in the
Tenants include Brown Trucking Company, Dynatronics, Benchmark Physical Therapy,
Advanced Plastics, Inc., Modern Way
Printing Company, Inc., Remington Industries, Inc., and Habitat International.
Silverdale Industrial Park
The Silverdale Industrial Park is located adjacent to the Hamilton County Nursing
Home and Lane Funeral Home close to I-75.
The 69.8 acre park was purchased by
U. S. Xpress Enterprises and houses the major trucking company's corporate headquarters
with 974 employees.
Ooltewah Industrial Park
The Ooltewah Industrial Park was the first industrial park developed by
Hamilton County Government. The Park consists of 37 acres and is now full.
Over $844,000 of private investment has been made in the Park with the development
of over 123,000 square feet of building construction completed. There are 222 currently
employed in the Park.
Tenants include Angelica Textile Services, Inc., Copelands, Inc., Home Care Solutions,
Powersource Warehouse, Dixie Label & Systems, Inc., and Holbrook Performance
Soddy Daisy Industrial Park
The Soddy Daisy Industrial Park, developed by Hamilton County in partnership
with the City of Soddy Daisy, consists of 65 acres and is now full. The City of
Soddy Daisy handled all land sales.
There are 344 currently employed in the Park.
Tenants include Meyer Decorative Surfaces, Integrated Data Solutions,
AYS America Corporation, QVC, Inc., Inc. Filter
Specialists, Inc., Screen Industry Art, Inc., and Dixie Vending.