When choosing the right location for a manufacturing facility, a range of critical factors must be considered. Supply-chain access, utilities and transportation, abundant local labor, industry-friendly codes and regulations, suitable environmental conditions, scalability, and financial incentives are all key. And next-generation commerce park Camp Hall, located in the business-friendly Charleston, South Carolina, region, checks all of these boxes and more.
It’s tough to find a faster-growing region than Charleston in the Southeast. It’s home to the state’s highest growth rate, with an average of 34 new people moving to the region daily. That’s one reason Joint Base Charleston, defense contractors, Boeing, and major vehicle manufacturers like Mercedes-Benz and Volvo are thriving here.
What does that mean for you?
Berkeley County and Camp Hall offer a broad range of advantages to those looking to establish or grow a manufacturing business. And now is a great time to take advantage of Camp Hall’s build-ready sites. Imagine your manufacturing facilities close to transportation hubs in the area, such as:
- Charleston International Airport
- Interstates 26 (with dedicated Camp Hall access) and 95
- The Airport of Charleston
- Rail service under development
New jobs on the rise
Since 2015, Berkeley County has seen an influx of over $4 billion in investments. The result: almost 11,000 new jobs. And for those looking to build manufacturing facilities in the region, the county offers a long list of incentives and advantages that can ease the process and support long-term success. Plus, the Charleston area offers an available manufacturing workforce that’s 3,500 workers strong.
As part of the Charleston metropolitan area, Berkeley County offers easy access to the epicenter of the Carolina coast. Located within short driving distance of beautiful beaches and lakeshores, the region also offers plenty for history lovers, foodies, shoppers, and live and outdoor entertainment enthusiasts. Berkeley County boasts a range of highly attractive planned communities such as Nexton, Cane Bay Plantation and Carnes Crossroads, too, all of which can help major employers in the area attract and retain a strong workforce. Plus, in addition to being located in close proximity to the Atlantic coastline and an array of popular beaches, the county features two top natural draws to the area:
FRANCIS MARION NATIONAL FOREST — A dream for the outdoors enthusiast or naturalist, this national forest is a great place to explore history, view wildlife, or pursue recreational activities such as hiking, biking, camping, boating, and fishing.
LAKE MOULTRIE — Bring your fishing gear and picnic basket. Folks retreat to this man-made lake for serenity and sport.
Come and tour for yourself
We’re ready to help you make a home at Camp Hall. Reach out to us to schedule a tour, today!