Location 
This facility is located at 1383 Aberdeen Avenue in the Fort Harrison Industrial Park.  Terre Haute/Vigo County has a population over 108,000.

Site/Building Size 
The building is 61,952 square feet and positioned on 2.66 acres.  Constructed in 2003, the walls are concrete; roof type is rubber/EPDM; the floor is concrete-reinforced with six-inch thickness.  Ceiling peak is 20-feet with column spacing at 40-feet and 50-feet.  The facility is climate controlled and is compliant with the AIB (American Institute of Baking) guidelines.

Zoning
M-2 Heavy Industry

Access
The road system serving Fort Harrison Industrial Park handles all levels of truck traffic.  The facility is located approximately six-miles north of Interstate Highway 70; five-miles  east of U.S. Highway 41 and two-miles north of U.S. Highway 40.  State Road 46 is approximately three-miles and State Road 63 is approximately seven-miles.

The Fort Harrison Industrial Park provides an excellent network transportation site with extensive road and rail network of Terre Haute and Vigo County, assuring businesses and industries ready access to global and domestic suppliers and markets.

Infrastructure 
Water — provided by Indiana American Water Company; 6-inch main.
Sewer — provided by the City of Terre Haute.
Power — provided by Duke Energy; 480 KV; three-phase voltage.
Natural Gas — provided by Vectren Inc.
Communications — Frontier Communications; Time Warner Cable; JOINK.

Transportation 
Rail — CSX Transportation; Indiana Railroad Company
Highway — Interstate Highway 70; U.S. Highways 40, 41, 150; State Roads 42, 46, 63;
Truck Service —Terre Haute is served by 52 over-the-road truck lines, 12 have terminals in the city.
Air — Terre Haute International Airport, 16 miles; Indianapolis International Airport, 70 miles.
Ports — Indiana’s three ports are accessible by rail and highway to/from Terre Haute, Indiana. The Burns Harbor Portage is located in the northwest corner of the state, and Jeffersonville and Mount Vernon Portage’s are located in the southern corners of the state.