Logistics Hub at Swan Ranch – The Rocky Mountain Regions Premier
Rail Served Heavy Industrial Park
The Swan Ranch Industrial Park, located 4 miles North of Colorado in Wyoming’s Capital City of Cheyenne totals over 2,500 acres of Heavy Industrial property.
Infrastructure - The investment in infrastructure is exceptional. A full sized refinery or plastics plant could come into the Swan with minimal impact. Dual 115 Kva transmission lines, 42 inch water main, Industrial grade road network, odorized and non-odorized natural gas and multiple fiber carriers allow for virtually any use.
Rail Access - The Swan is served by both of the regions Class 1 railroads - the Burlington Northern Sante Fe and the Union Pacific. The classification yard and the loop facility allow for receipt and delivery of unit trains and manifest loads. Swan Ranch Railroad in partnership with WATCO provides the local car switching with two locomotives on site. Running rights allow access by the Norfolk/Southern Railroad. The Swan accepts both HazMat and non-HazMat rail cars.
Transportation - The Swan borders Interstate 25 and Interstate 80 with direct access to U.S. Highway 85. There are two Interstate 25 access points, with one designed to carry the maximum length and width loads allowed.
Lot Availability - The Swan has over 1,800 contiguous acres available and lots varying from 2 acres to 60 acres. Most lots are rail served, however there are non rail served lots available as well.
Business Climate - The business climate is exceptional, ranked as either first or second in the nation since 2003 by the Tax Foundation. Exceptionally low utility costs and taxes combined with a business friendly regulatory climate make Wyoming a location worth investigating. Wyoming is a right-to work state with very low union activity. There is NO corporate or personal income tax, no inventory tax, very low property tax and the State is financially sound with over $14 Billion in savings.
Transportation Services, L.L.C. to operate Swan Ranch Railroad
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Granite Peak Development offers a full range of services for our clients. We have commercial, industrial, retail and residential developments throughout Wyoming. Granite Peak can assist with site selection, land acquisition, consulting, entitlement and platting. We are a financially sound company with the ability to assist with project financing. Other services include build to suit options, leasing, brokerage, property management and marketing.
Granite Peak Development has several properties available for lease around Casper, many of which can be custom finished to fit your needs. We have office, retail, industrial and medical spaces that range from 1,000 SF to 14,000 SF. At Granite Peak, we believe in finding our clients the right space and can accommodate almost any type of business. If you don’t find a perfect match, we can build it!
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Wind power manufacturer chooses Wyoming -- Wyoming Business Report
CHEYENNE - A Spanish-American joint venture has decided to locate a wind turbine manufacturing plant in Wyoming, tapping the state's business friendly environment as well as its potential for vast wind farms. Click Here to read full article.
Oil & Gas Pipeline Service First Company to Break Ground
in Swan Ranch Rail Park -- Cheyenne Leads
CHEYENNE, Wyoming (December 30, 2010) – Midwestern Wyoming, Inc., an oil and gas pipeline service company, is the first company in Swan Ranch Rail Park to break ground. Construction has begun for their 60,000 square foot pipe-coating plant and a 17,000 square foot fabrication shop and office building. Click Here to read full article.
BNSF Expands Premier Transload Network
BNSF has expanded your reach to new markets by welcoming eight new transload facilities to the BNSF Premier Transload network, bringing the total number of facilities to 122. Click Here to read full article.
Location, location - Casper Star
The developer of a new industrial and commercial hub in Cheyenne hopes to take advantage of a transportation nexus that encompasses two major railroads and two interstate highways. Click Here to read full article.
Pipeline company moving to Cheyenne - Wyoming Tribune Eagle
A manufacturing company has announced that it will expand to Cheyenne next year.
Midwestern Pipeline Company will begin constructing a 55-acre plant next year and hire workers for 35 to 50 manufacturing positions. The oil and gas pipeline service business also plans to relocate its headquarters from California to Cheyenne three to four years after opening the new facility. Click Here to read full article.
BNSF, UP to serve new Wyoming logistics hub - Progressive Railroading
After several years of development efforts, the rail-served Cheyenne Logistics Hub is set to get under way next year at Swan Ranch in Wyoming. Click Here to read full article.
Cheyenne logistics hub ready for development - American Shipper
A new freight transportation hub is planned for development in Cheyenne, Wyo., starting in the spring of 2010. The Cheyenne Logistics Hub has been in the works for several years, according to Granite Peak Development, which has teamed up with the McMurry family to develop 1,500 acres of industrial land along interstates 25 and 80. Click Here to read full article.