Camp Hall Ranks No. 7 in Industrial Parks in the Nation, according to Business Facilities Magazine
MONCKS CORNER, S.C. – Camp Hall broke into the Top 10 and was named the No. 7 best industrial park in the nation in Business Facilities Magazine’s 16th annual Rankings Report, the magazine’s annual assessment of economic development and location leaders. Also notable, Camp Hall, which is located in the greater Charleston, South Carolina, area, was the only park in the Southeast to make the list.
“We are incredibly proud that Camp Hall has been recognized as a top industrial park in the country,” said Mark Bonsall, Santee Cooper President and CEO. “Camp Hall stands out not only because of its environmental, workforce and technology focus, but because it’s ready for action. Infrastructure, permits and approvals are in place with designated sites ready for development as we speak.”
Readiness is an essential aspect of Camp Hall with water, power, sewer and fiber all onsite, and gas underway. Camp Hall provides specific site-development opportunities ranging from 7 to 600 acres for sale. Volvo Car USA established its first North American manufacturing plant at Camp Hall in 2018 and is already expanding with an office complex on a 100-acre site. By offering a wide range of parcel sizes, Camp Hall allows maximum flexibility in how land is sold and organized, welcoming businesses of all shapes and sizes.
Santee Cooper has ensured that Camp Hall is committed to maintaining an environment that supports and encourages the natural habitat of coastal South Carolina. Nearly 28% of the entire site will be preserved land devoted to maintaining and improving wildlife habitats and the local ecosystem, with a “Pollinator Pathway” already blooming for birds, bees and butterflies. Camp Hall is restoring approximately 365 acres of wetlands, and more than 15 miles of a multi-use trail system will provide a place for the local workforce to walk, run and bike.
In 2019, the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) recognized Camp Hall for its community involvement and environmental stewardship with its prestigious Community Star award.
“Camp Hall’s architecture centers on blending ‘man and machine,’ which goes hand in hand with our focus on the relationship between community, nature and technology,” said Dan Camp, Santee Cooper’s Senior Director of Real Estate and Camp Hall. “We’re providing a place where businesses will reap the benefits of advanced connectivity, while their employees can enjoy the trails on their lunch breaks and access the amenities of the Village Center.”
At the heart of Camp Hall is the Village Center, which will be home to amenities such as a convenience store, places to eat and recreational space that will help employees balance work with the necessities of daily life.
Comments from Dan Camp, Santee Cooper’s Senior Director of Real Estate and Camp Hall, are available here.