HighPoint Business Park

Development & Future Plan
In 2007, the City of Burleson and Burleson 4A Economic Development Corporation (EDC) partnered to purchase 159 acres of land adjacent to IH-35W. This property is positioned at one of the highest points in Johnson County and provides a natural setting directly adjacent to the NAFTA Superhighway.

Four businesses located to HighPoint Business Park in 2014-2015, furthering the vision for industries such as logistics and distribution, metal fabrication, aerospace/defense and others looking to be part of Burleson. With full utilities at the business park, sites are currently available for development. 

Operating or building in the business park are:
  

Full Utilities on Site


Electric

– United Cooperative Services supplies redundant electricity to the site from two substations on three separate circuits. The capacity and infrastructure can support 1MW and greater loads and can support 50GWh usage per month. The typical cost of electricity on a 50% load factor is $0.064/kWh and a 75% load factor is $0.054/kWh.

Natural Gas

– Atmos Energy has a 60 psi, 6” natural gas on the south boundary of the site. Additionally, a 24” high-pressure transmission line is available less than one mile north of the site and can provide any volume needed.
 

Water

– Bethesda Water Supply Company operates a 16” water main south of the site and an 8” water line at I-35W. Standard system pressure is 102 psi and a capacity of 10 million gallons per day can be supported. 

Sewer

– The City of Burleson has constructed a 15” sewer main trunk line to serve HighPoint Business Park with two 8” extensions on the west and south boundaries of this site with a gravity flow system.

Telecommunications

- AT&T has direct buried available just one-quarter mile north of the site. Fiber lines with a connection greater than T-1 have been extended to serve Chicken E Food Service and other businesses in the park.

*We continue to evaluate all utilities for capacity and work toward improving any lines as needed for future use or expansion.*

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Chicken E 1
Hayes & Stolz Groundbreaking
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