Get your shovels out…the day we’ve been waiting for is almost here! Blue Mountain Station is ready to break ground.
Final changes are being made to construction drawings and final approvals are being sought for permits for the first phase of infrastructure for Blue Mountain Station. First phase construction will include a new access point at Wagon Road, a water connection to the City of Dayton and a loop line with stubs to future buildings sites, sewer infrastructure with stubs to future building sites, internal roads and parking lots (some paved and some gravel for future expansion), accommodations for power, telephone, and fiber optic lines, and an eco-friendly on-site storm water management system.
The project is scheduled to go out for public bid in January, 2011, with construction slated to begin in early spring and with no more than 6 to 8 weeks to completion. The project will be advertised in the Dayton Chronicle, which is the paper of record, and construction drawings and specifications submitted to plan centers in the region.
This is a giant step forward. Getting infrastructure in the ground will allow us to site our first business tenant at Blue Mountain Station. Business interest in the site is strong, so we are confident that the location of that first tenant is close at hand.
A groundbreaking ceremony will be held to celebrate this momentous day, so watch future eNewsletters for details on the event. We hope you can come help us celebrate!