North America's Premier Economic Development and Municipal Consulting Firm

$ 1 M+
Funding Secured

Funding for public and private projects. 

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Total Projects

Company attraction and economic development projects.

$ 1 B
Capital Investment

New capital investment in real estate and equipment.

what we do

All services in one place

Economic Development

Incentive packages, business rentention, site selection, shell buildings, rail spurs, infrastructure, tax abatements

International Attraction

Building international relationships, foreign direct investment, site selection, immigration and visa assistance, tariff and duty exemption advising, incentive negotiations, business partnerships

Municipal Consulting

Comprehensive City/County plans, redevelopment & brownfields, TIF districts, lobbying

Specialty

Grant writing, project negotiations & management, infrastructure assessments, strategic planning

No bull: Taurus Tool is growing in Delaware County

Company president and co-owner Jim McDonald noted that the tool-making company, which offers contract machining work like CNC turning, milling and fabrication, recently marked its new location in Delaware County with the installation of a five-feet-by-eight-feet statue of a bull near the entrance.

Scaling up: Vertical farming takes hold and grows big in Indiana

Vertical farming is the practice of growing crops in vertically stacked layers. It conserves space while, at the same time, amplifying yield per square foot compared to a traditional farm field. A relatively new way of farming, these facilities are now part of a budding industry — including right here in Indiana.

CANPACK reaches milestone in construction of mammoth Muncie manufacturing plant

Gov. Eric Holcomb, Peter Giorgi, president and chief executive officer of Giorgi Global Holding, which owns CANPACK, and assorted elected local officials and economic developers gathered at the can maker’s construction site Wednesday, June 6th, 2022 to behold and celebrate the installment of the final steel beam to the plant’s frame.

Montana trucking company chooses Delaware County for terminal, eastern U.S. headquarters

A Montana-based trucking company is investing in Delaware County, Indiana, where it will locate a logistics hub and its Eastern U.S. headquarters.

Italian filter maker chooses Delaware County to expand, locate HQ

A leading Italy-based manufacturer of industrial filters has chosen Delaware County to expand its footprint, grow its business and locate its North American headquarters.

Neighbors will identify properties for environmental cleanup

A group of neighborhood residents will lead an effort to identify former industrial properties for cleanup using $500,000 in federal funds.

Merit Tool is an overlooked industrial gem in Delaware County

With support from the Delaware County commissioners and Delaware County Economic Development, Merit Tool is expanding again. The company, which provides custom machined tooling, gauging, detail parts and assemblies, is purchasing a Vertical Machining Center, a type of CNC (Computer Numerical Control) controller for milling, drilling, tapping and boring. The piece of equipment, which represents an investment of nearly $140,000, will enable Merit to finish a project for a current customer and offer more new machining work for others.

Consultant reports a record-setting year for economic development in county during 2021

While much of the the economy across Indiana and the United States took a step back during the pandemic, Delaware County stepped up in the past year and broke records in investment, according to Brad Bookout, economic development director for the county.

Delaware County Touts 2021 Successes

Despite facing the uncertain economic headwinds of the pandemic, Delaware County officials say economic development “exploded” in 2021, measuring the highest amount of capital investments in county history. The county says it recorded $793 million in capital investments, a majority of which came from one project. In September, Poland-based CANPACK broke ground on an 862,000-square-foot manufacturing plant in Muncie.

Delaware County Commissioners to Put Railroad Spur Into Service

the Delaware County (Indiana) commissioners have announced that a railroad spur built to serve a now-defunct manufacturing plant will serve as a shipping and receiving point for companies that need goods transported by train.

INOX Market Service Announces Plans to Locate North American HQ in Delaware County, IN

The company plans to locate its new North American headquarters in Delaware County. IMNA will invest over $15 million in machinery and construction of a new 139,800 square foot facility. INOX is a world leader in the cutting and forming of stainless steel.

WESCO To Move Into New Daleville Location

WESCO Distribution reaffirmed its commitment to Delaware County with plans to move its Daleville branch at 13880 W. Commerce Drive to a larger 50,000-square-foot-facility at 9101 S. Innovation Drive later this year. The new facility is being completed as a joint partnership between Briner Buildings and the Delaware County Redevelopment Commission.

Italian manufacturer announces Delaware County plans

Governor Eric J. Holcomb and Delaware County officials joined Filtrec S.p.A., an Italy-based manufacturer of filters and filter elements, in Milan this week as the company announced plans to locate its first U.S. operation in Indiana. The company will invest $1.3 million to establish a facility in Daleville, which will serve as the company’s North American headquarters.

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Projects across Indiana

New Industrial Center Roads

Incentive Packages and infrastructure

Cornerstone Park

Project Design and Grant Writing

Daleville Park

Project Design, advocacy, and funding

Park One Rail Spur

Project funding and oversight

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