Burr Business Park
The Jefferson County Development Authority (JCDA) manages the strategically located, 400-acre Burr Business Park. This park was master-planned to provide critical access to raw materials, finished products, employees, and customers alike. Its significant Mid-Atlantic location provides easy access to major transportation routes and ports and makes the Burr Business Park ideally situated for manufacturing, information technology, government services, and many other industries.
Burr Business Park provides a modern technology basis on which businesses can grow in size and productivity. The park contains several 1-5 acre, shovel-ready lots, which can be combined to accommodate larger parcels. Each lot within the park is ready to be connected to all utilities, including fiber, water, sewer, electricity, and telecommunications. These location and set-up benefits are accompanied with the tax incentives that come with locating a business in Jefferson County. For more information about utilities in Jefferson County, click here. For more information about taxes and incentives in Jefferson County, click here.
The Burr Business Park is also home to Burr Plaza, a development location that features a mix of retail, commercial, and office buildings for small to mid-size businesses.
Burr Business Park is already home to 50+ manufacturers, government agencies, and commercial enterprises, including such seasoned and competitive manufacturers as Automated Merchandising Systems, DALB, Randox, Royal Vendors, and the Schonstedt Instrument Company as well as the U.S. Coast Guard Operations Systems Center. For more information about major international, homeland security, and innovative employers located in Jefferson County, click here.
The staff of the JCDA is available on a no-cost basis to help companies find the ideal location in the Burr Business Park or Jefferson County and can also provide information on the local permitting process and West Virginia’s business incentive programs.
“For the past 20 years we’ve come to see a side of West Virginia that others sometimes miss. West Virginia is more than just a coal and steel state. Jefferson County and, more specifically, the Burr Business Park, make a very strong home base for small and advanced manufacturing.”
– Mark Pugh, Schonstedt Instrument Company
“As a manufacturer that ships our products around the world, location and availability of resources are critical. Our proximity to the Eastern United States and the Port of Baltimore and our loyal productive workforce have been two of the most critical factors of our success.”
– Kevin Ward, CEO, Royal Vendors