Top reasons to locate your business at Camp Hall
Camp Hall is a next-generation commerce park that is business-conscious, people-focused, and has a speed-to-market approach.
Camp Hall has a modern workforce that is ready and waiting. It is located in a business-friendly state where everything from city amenities to rural lifestyles are within reach, and its location provides global access through a seamless network of transportation infrastructure, including interstates and ports. Camp Hall also offers technology and advanced connectivity as a commerce park designed for the next generation of industry.
Those are just a few of the many reasons why companies should bring their business to Camp Hall.
Add in that Camp Hall ranked as the No. 7 business park in the nation in a 2021 Business Facilities Magazine survey and is site-ready with permitting in place or underway, and you have a recipe for success.
At the Camp Hall development, infrastructure, permits, entitlements, and people are already in place, allowing your business to quickly and efficiently get plugged in and up to speed. Plus, Camp Hall is a master-planned development with growth in mind.
Designated campuses within Camp Hall are site-ready, and infrastructure includes water, sewer, gas, power, rail and fiber onsite or underway, allowing businesses to make an easy transition to South Carolina .
Camp Hall has seven campuses that provide site-development opportunities ranging from 7 to 600 acres for sale.
Businesses want to be located in a desirable area, and Charleston shines through with beaches and mountains close by, a moderate climate, and popular neighborhoods within a 15-minute reverse commute.
Affordable and easily accessible housing options are available for the Camp Hall workforce, which helps create a cohesive community. And the site is located near airports and major cities, which prospective businesses and customers find attractive. That equals a strong available workforce and customer base.
The business climate in the Charleston area continues to look bright, with continued growth in manufacturing and other industries. Since 2015, more than $3.6 billion in investment has taken place by industries relocating or expanding to Berkeley County. That investment has created more than 9,700 new jobs in the area. The six major manufacturers in the region, which each employ more than 1,000 people, are Boeing, Mercedes-Benz, Volvo, Bosch, Nucor and Kapstone.
As for the state of South Carolina, a Site Selection Magazine survey ranked it as the fifth-best state for business climate, and Area Development Magazine placed it third in its rankings of best states for doing business.
Camp Hall is considered a Smart Commerce Center Campus.
That means Camp Hall offers enhanced communication, smart grids for services and metering, and supports innovation and technological advances such as 5G.
The site’s technology can support future operational needs for cutting-edge industries, such as autonomous vehicles. Being a Smart Commerce Center Campus also means Camp Hall supports the growth of the Internet Of Things (IOT), a network of physical objects embedded with software, sensors and other technologies that connect and share data with each other. This is applicable for all sorts of technology systems in manufacturing, energy management, and building automation, to name a few.
Fiber is essential and Camp Hall has a spine infrastructure in place, with five fiber connection points located in public rights of way. Local Area Network (LAN) capability is also available for connecting operations throughout Camp Hall.
The importance of wireless connection and Wi-Fi also can’t be overstated. Camp Hall has three existing cellular towers currently providing wireless coverage. While wireless service providers ultimately determine coverage, Camp Hall is planning to use streetlights to enhance the network, an Outdoor Distributed Antennae System (ODAS), and a hub at the Village Center.
Advanced technology strategically placed throughout the commerce park ensures a fast, strong connection for various business needs.
A significant reason for businesses to locate at Camp Hall is the modern workforce that is ready and waiting. At last count, the Charleston region featured a workforce of more than 500,000, and more than 40,000students are enrolled in 24 colleges, universities and technical schools in the area. Plus, with organizations like ReadySC, which is affiliated with South Carolina’s Technical College System and provides recruiting and training solutions to companies bringing new jobs into the state, the area promises to continue having a well-educated workforce in the future.