Site certification is a designation that a property meets or exceeds specific criteria for industrial development. While there is no national certification standard, Quest certification programs have stringent requirements and properties undergo detailed analysis. A property that has achieved certification has a wealth of information which reduces the risk for prospects and speeds up the decision timeframe.
Note: In June 2018, Quest acquired the economic development consulting practice of McCallum Sweeney Consulting, including certified sites. The properties below with an asterisk are those certified at McCallum Sweeney with active certifications.
Pleasant Hill, Polk County, IA
Located in suburban Des Moines, the Pleasant Hill Commerce Park is comprised of 213 acres with flexible site sizes to accommodate a variety of users. The property is located along four-lane Iowa Highway 163 with nearby access to both I-35 and I-80. Certified February 26, 2020.
McGregor, McLennan County, TX
Located in central Texas, the McGregor Industrial Park is 2,012 total acres including an 878 contiguous, developable acre Mega Site. Owned by the City of McGregor, the property is zoned for industrial uses and has the ability to serve large utility and/or rail users. Certified January 14, 2020.
Charles City, Floyd County, IA
Located along the Avenue of the Saints in Charles City, IA, this 75-acre site is now owned by the City. With all due diligence complete and most utilities at the property, this site in northeast Iowa is ready for development. Certified January 7, 2020.