Great Lakes Tech Park

Great Lakes Tech Park Recertified by the Michigan Economic Developers Association

Thomas Township, Saginaw County Mich., part of the Great Lakes Bay Region, July 18, 2018 The Great Lakes Tech Park has been recertified by the Michigan Economic Developers Association (MEDA) through the 2019 calendar year. The state of Michigan Certified Business Parks offer quality, up-to-date facilities with a high standard of service. By maintaining this level of excellence, MEDA and the Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC) can promote excellent sites like the Tech Park to businesses, developers and site consultants.

“On behalf of the board of directors, membership, and staff of MEDA, I would like to thank the Great Lakes Tech Park for another great year of participation in the Certified Business Park program,” said MEDA Executive Director John Avery.

The 231-acre Great Lakes Tech Park offers free pad-ready land for approved development projects. In addition to being a Certified Business Bark, it is an AT&T Fiber Ready Site, a designated Energy Ready Site by Consumers Energy and a MEDC Premier Site!

Saginaw County combines a dynamic infrastructure and affordability with communities and a workforce ready for advanced manufacturing. Saginaw County is home to the global headquarters of Hemlock Semiconductor and Duro-Last Roofing, and Nexteer Automotive’s global technology center. Join Fullerton Tool West, which opened its second location in the Park!

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The Great Lakes Tech Park is owned by the Economic Development Corporation of the County of Saginaw and managed by Saginaw Future Inc. Established in 1992, Saginaw Future Inc. (SFI) is a public-private alliance of local businesses, the County of Saginaw, City of Saginaw, 15 local municipalities and the Saginaw County Chamber of Commerce. SFI’s strategic partners also include education, labor and government. Since its beginning, SFI has remained dedicated to fostering quality job creation through expansion of local industry and attraction of new business projects to the community.