Partnership Industrial Center

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Begun in 1994, Partnership Industrial Center has created or retained 2,397 jobs for Springfield and has reached build-out with 21 companies located on 360 acres of master-planned industrial park ground.

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Available Lots for Sale

Lot 21

  • Size: 14.1 acres
  • Average Elevation: 1360 ft.
  • Dimensions: 1225 x 711
  • Owned By: Mike Chiles, 417-848-3465
  • Services: Electrical, Natural Gas, Water, Sanitary Sewer, Fiber Optic
  • Lot 21 is Rail Served
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Companies Located In Partnership Industrial Center

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AmeriPride Linen & Apparel

Buckhorn

Central States Industrial

Certified Metals

Cintas Corporation

DaBryan Coach Builders

Dameron Color Labs

Diesel Exchange

Digital Monitoring Products

Jarden Plastic Solutions

John Deere Reman - Springfield

The Maiman Company

SRC Electrical

Nestle Purina PetCare

NorthStar Battery Co.

Nowata Printing Co.

Polar Tank Trailer

Reckitt Benckiser Midwest Logistics

Springfield Striping & Sealing

Stainless Technology

Watts Radiant

 

PIC History

Nov. 1987

A P.H.H. Fantus study shows Springfield has a lack of industrial sites, both quantity and quality.

Dec. 1990

Springfield's Partnership for Economic Development is formed.

Oct. 1991

Zenith Electronics announces the elimination of 1,500 jobs at it's Springfield location.

Nov. 1992

City Utilities of Springfield acquires the land for the industrial park.

May 1993

The site master plan, developed by Peckham, Guyton, Albers, & Viets (PGAV), is presented to public and private organizations.

Jun. 1993

Partnership Industrial Center Administrative Council is formed to act as the governing body of the industrial center.

Jan. 1994

Contico International announces plans to build a 277,000 sq.ft. plastics manufacturing facility.

Jul. 1998

With only 100 saleable acres remaining the park, the Partnership for Economic Development begins the process of answering if, when, and where the next industrial park should be located.

Feb. 2006

The last available lot, Lot 21, sells to Watts Radiant.  Administration of the industrial park transfers from the PIC Administrative Council to the tenants association.