A 12.47-kV circuit connects the substation and the site. According to local utility representatives, the substation has a total capacity of 18 MW. Average usage at the substation is 16 MW, leaving a reserve capacity of 2 MW.
Natural gas service is available at the Dyer Industrial Park
with a four-inch main. This main is high pressure, operating
at 409 psi.
A six-inch water line, operated by the City of Dyer, is located at the site. It is reported to have a flow of 1,800 gallons
An eight-inch wastewater line connects the site to Dyer’s wastewater treatment plant. The wastewater treatment plant has a total capacity of 675,000 gallons per day.
The Dyer Industrial Park
The Dyer Industrial Park located in the City of Dyer in Gibson County, Tennessee is comprised of approximately 1016 acres with 45 acres available for development. The industrial park zoning of M-1 allows for a wide range of uses that include manufacturing, processing, fabrication, warehousing, retail, and wholesale businesses. The Industrial park is located adjacent to Highway 45 and has railroad access located on the west side of the park. All utilities are available at the park including electric, natural gas, water, wastewater, and telecommunication. A municipal water tank is also located within the industrial park to serve as an additional water source for any needed fire suppression systems. Additional undeveloped land borders the Industrial Park allowing for future expansion of the park.
Dyer Industrial Park Lots
Lot # 56.07 | 56.09 | 56.10
Industrial Drive – Dyer Industrial Park
Approximately 2.5 acres Industrial site adjacent to Railroad
For Site details contact Dyer Industrial Development Board.
|Address:||4 Industrial Park Drive, Dyer, TN 38330|
|Developable Acreage:||33 Acres|
|Additional Available Acreage:||134 Acres|
|For Sale or Lease:||For Sale|
|Foreign Trade Zone:||Yes|
|Distance To Four-Lane Highway:||Less than 1 mile (US-45W)|
|Electric line serving site:||12.47 kV|
|Electric service to substation:||161 kV|
|Dual feed service:||Yes|
|Natural gas service:||4-inch|
|Water line serving site:||6-inch|
|Water system capacity:||0.65 MGD|
|Excess water system capacity:||0.45 MGD|
|Wastewater system capacity:||0.675 MGD|
|Excess wastewater capacity:||0.45 MGD|
Technical Studies and Reports
|Two foot topographic survey:||Available|
|Site grading plan/design:||Not Available|
|Flood hazard:||Outside flood plain|
|Phase 1 ESA:||Available (January 2019)|
|Endangered Species Desktop Review:||Not Available|
|Cultural Resource Desktop Review:||Available|