Site Selection

A business’ location will affect the availability and cost of workforce, state and local taxes, the cost of utilities and transportation and more. Our Site Selection services help businesses identify the best location for their specific needs. By allowing our team to manage and lead the site selection process, our clients benefit from our proven process and economic development connections.

Our Site Selection Process will:

  1. Determine key project success drivers
  2. Conduct cost comparative analysis
    1. Workforce
    2. Real estate
    3. Transportation & travel
    4. Utilities
    5. Tax & regulations
    6. Credits & incentives
  3. Maximize state and local credits and incentives

Whether your site selection decision is local or national, McGuire Sponsel’s proven approach will help you make an informed, value driven decision. Call us today.

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