MidAmerica Industrial Park
The MidAmerica Industrial Park (MidAmerica) is a strategic partner in the work being done by Tulsa’s Future, the regional economic development plan led by the Tulsa Regional Chamber. With a convenient location near the City of Tulsa, MidAmerica is a ‘World Class Destination for Business and Life.’
Largest Industrial Park in the Central U.S.
At 9,000 acres, the MidAmerica Industrial Park is the largest in the central U.S. and the third largest in the nation with more than 80 companies and 4,500 employees on-site. MidAmerica is home to five Fortune 500 companies, including Google.
Build Quickly in MidAmerica
As a public trust, MidAmerica’s trustees control zoning and permitting so there is no red-tape. Businesses can ‘buy today and build tomorrow’!
MidAmerica delivers an unmatched workforce development program with on-site technical training and a college campus.
MidAmerica offers on-site management and support to all companies.
MidAmerica Industrial Park Location Advantages
MidAmerica is in a prime location in northeast Oklahoma, between Tulsa and Bentonville, Arkansas. The industrial park is at the crossroads of interstate highways 69 and 412 and served by Union Pacific Rail with spurs located throughout the park.
For air transport, companies can utilize the on-site airport with a 5,000 ft. runway. In addition, the park is only 40 minutes from Tulsa International Airport(TUL) and 90 minutes from Northwest Arkansas National (XNA).
MidAmerica is located in the service boundaries of the Cherokee Nation, one of the largest tribal nations in the United States, offering additional business opportunities.
When it comes to water, MidAmerica’s location offers several advantages. The park owns and operates its own water and wastewater treatment facilities.
Industries at the Park
MidAmerica is home to Five Fortune 500 companies and Google’s second largest data center in the world.
In addition, MidAmerica is a leading center for manufacturing, processing, and distribution companies. When locating in the park, companies have immediate access to road, rail and air transportation. Companies also benefit from the park’s built-in workforce development programs, the ability to build quickly on large parcels and by having access to a strong water supply. Industries with a high water usage, like data centers, find that MidAmerica can deliver the water they need at an affordable price.
Incentives are Available
MidAmerica offers an incentive fund that goes beyond state incentives, giving companies a tremendous advantage when locating in the park.
Businesses looking to onshore, expand within the United States or to secure a prime midwest location, should consider the many location and financial advantages associated with building in the MidAmerica Industrial Park.