Credits and Incentives Consulting
McGuire Sponsel connects your investment and location plans with available credits and incentives to reduce costs and add dollars to your bottom line.
Our gap analysis and site selection approach helps us advocate on your behalf, helping you negotiate the best available incentive packages from state and local governments across the United States.
With strong relationships across the country, McGuire Sponsel works with elected officials and economic development professionals to maximize value for our clients.
When you’re considering an expansion or relocation, we go to work on your behalf to maximize incentives. We identify location gaps, secure valuable incentives, and benchmark every offer to ensure that it is competitive and that no dollars are left on the table.
Our proven, five-step process helps you select the best location for your project and drives maximum value from credits and incentives.
When Should you Pursue Credits & Incentives?
Credits and incentives are highly time sensitive. Because credits and incentives are designed to encourage specific activities, they generally must be secured before you publicly commit to a project. If you are considering any of these business decisions, let’s talk:
- Adding Jobs
- Purchasing Equipment
- Buying, Leasing, or Building a Facility
- Acquiring Another Business
- Relocating Operations
- Manufacturing | Plymouth, IN
- Manufacturing | Indianapolis, IN
Winona Building Products, a manufacturer of insulation vapor retarders and facings, was evaluating locations for their headquarters. McGuire Sponsel assisted with location analysis and incentive procurement. Our team engaged with the City of Plymouth and the Indiana Economic Development Coalition - successfully negotiating a state and local incentive package of $8,834,780.
Automated Doors and Access, Inc (ADA USA) is a contract servicer and installer of door and security access systems for many industries, including healthcare, headquarters, non-profits, and office users. The company originally started as a division of Architectural Glass and Metal (AGM) but separated into its own entity in the mid-2000s. As ADA has continued to grow its client base, it has out grown its current location and looks to build a new facility in Indianapolis or expand its offices in Ohio or Tennessee. In addition to the need for an expanded facility, ADA needed to grow its employee head count to meet the demands of current and new clients. Finally, ADA also plans to train new and existing employees in the most up to date industry standards through a new training center to be placed in a new building. Continue reading...