McAdoo Industrial Park has infrastructure to support small to mid-sized manufacturing operations that may not need natural gas in their process as well as distribution operations. Like CAN DO’s other developments, utilities stretch to existing curbs so developers don't have to extend lines great distances or dig under the road to reach them.
CAN DO, Inc. supplies quality water throughout the park in a 12-inch main at pressures and flow rates suitable for industrial use. The source of water is a deep well with fire protection aided by a 500,000 gallon storage tank.
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Sanitary service is collected by Banks Township Municipal Authority and treated by Kline Banks McAdoo (KBM) Regional Authority. Ten-inch gravity collection lines allow industries easy access to the system.
Supplied by UGI Utilities. A centralized propane tank system supplies the park with propane at natural gas prices. Four-inch 20 PSI mains run throughout the park.
Reliable electrical service is provided by PPL Utilities, a national leader in power generation and distribution. PPL can serve customers at the 12kV or 69kV voltage levels. There is currently one 12kV substation in the area.
A Reading & Northern Railroad siding passes across the western boundary of the park.
There is also a bulk transload terminal close to the park where companies can receive rail shipments. The facility is just off Exit 145 of Interstate 81 and is available to industries in McAdoo Industrial Park. Managed by Master Logistics, the facility has two loading platforms, with a 250-foot-long railroad siding offering 60 railcar spots. The railroad siding is serviced by Norfolk Southern five days per week.
Verizon supplies superior communications services, highlighted by an extensive fiber-optic network providing a state-of-the-art telecommunications system for voice, data and video transmissions.