The Triad region is pursuing an economic development opportunity
that may bring thousands of new jobs to our community. The Greensboro-Randolph
Mega Site is planned as the home for a major employer that would
provide new manufacturing and supporting jobs, benefiting the entire
As part of the Greensboro-Randolph Mega Site, the
City of Greensboro is beginning the design of water and sewer
system improvements to serve the area. The new water and sewer pipelines
are anticipated to be installed along the roadways.
Property owners who will be affected will be notified before
construction begins. Please note that this entire process will take
place over the next 2 years, with construction anticipated to begin
in summer 2016.
Community Information Meeting - June 18, 2015 - http://www.greensboro-randolphmegasite.com/online-meeting/
Environmental Study Documents
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The Greensboro-Randolph Mega Site is planned as the home for a major employer that would provide new manufacturing and supporting jobs, benefitting the entire region. As part of the Mega Site Project, the City of Greensboro will provide water and sewer system improvements to the Mega Site to further enhance and positively impact the local and state economy.
You are invited!
Date: Thursday, June 22, 2017
Time: 5:30-7:30 p.m.
Location: Providence Grove High School, 5555 Mack Lineberry Rd, Climax, NC 27233
The purpose of the meeting is to present the final design and discuss utility easements with property owners. Maps showing the Project area and water and sewer improvements will be available for review and the Project team will be available to answer questions.
Over the past two years, the Project team completed preliminary field surveys and examinations of the properties along the proposed alignment of the water and sewer pipeline. Survey results were used to determine a final design and need for utility easements. Once easements are acquired and all permits are obtained, construction will begin.
View press release http://greensboro-randolphmegasite.com/news/meetings
February 06, 2017
Triad Business Journal
Duke Energy officials said Friday that the company plans to buy up easements comprised of about 55 acres of land to make way for a 7.8-mile transmission line that will cut through the Greensboro-Randolph megasite.
The transmission line is a critical piece of the megasite project because it is designed to provide large quantities of power for a large-scale industrial user that could employ 1,750.
Interactive map - http://power-viz.com/grmegasite/
Read complete article - http://greensboro-randolphmegasite.com/news/article/http-www.bizjournals.com-triad-news-2017-02-03-duke-energy-to-acquire-55
December 13, 2016
The Courier Tribune - Micki Bare
ASHEBORO — The Randolph County Economic Development Corp. (EDC) has released a marketing video on behalf of all of the partners and team of the Greensboro-Randolph Megasite project. The video, which features Randolph County native and NASCAR great Richard Petty, is one part of a multi-dimensional marketing platform to inform prospects, allies and stakeholders about the competitive advantages and opportunities the megasite represents. The video was developed in a collaborative process led by Pace Communications, Inc., a digitally focused marketing agency headquartered in Greensboro. Collaborators included representatives from the Greensboro Chamber, Randolph County EDC and the N.C. Railroad.
A $7 million grant has been awarded to the City of Greensboro for the project "Greensboro-Randolph Megasite Sewer Extension" to support sewer infrastructure.
Duke Energy has been conducting a siting study for a new transmission line corridor that they say will be needed to provide electricity from Duke Energy’s existing 100-kilovolt (kV) infrastructure to the megasite once a customer is secured. The study is performed by a team of scientists, planners and engineers who collect and analyze environmental, physical, real estate and land use information within the study area to identify potential transmission line corridors. The Alternate Corridor Evaluation and Comparison process is to select a corridor that will minimize impacts on homes, cultural resources, the community and the environment while meeting the legal and engineering requirements of the project.
Public involvement was an essential part of the transmission line siting study process. Community input at the public meetings helped to improve the process and provide a better result. Duke Energy expects to announce their selected route in the first quarter of 2017.
If you have questions or comments about a proposed route, contact Duke Energy at CarolinasTransmissionEnhancement@duke-energy.com or at the toll-free phone number, 1-800-365-8979.
For more information or to see an interactive map for the Duke Energy study: http://www.power-viz.com/grmegasite/