Industrial Development Corporation

Westmoreland County Industrial Development Corporation

Development & Marketing

Recognized as a leader in Pennsylvania for industrial park development, the Westmoreland County Industrial Development Corporation (WCIDC) is a non-profit corporation formed in October 1983 by the Westmoreland County Board of Commissioners. WCIDC is governed by a board of directors, which are the County Commissioners.

Although the main focus of the WCIDC is the development of industrial parks, it is committed to supporting economic development efforts as the primary marketing agent for Westmoreland County.
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    WCIDC Finalizes Sale of 19.92 Acres at I-70 Industrial Park

    Wyatt Inc. will build a 120,000 SF new home for its millwork and exterior curtainwall manufacturing operation on Lot 18-R in the South Huntingdon industrial park. Additional Info...
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    WCIDC celebrates sale of 13.39 acres at Technology Park II

    The WCIDC is celebrating the transfer of 13.39 acres in Technology Park II to Al. Neyer, which next month will begin building a 150,000 SF speculative flex facility on the site. It's expected to employ 150+. Additional Info...
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    WCIDC Approves Project to Modernize Jeannette Industrial Park Building

    The WCIDC Board today approved a $657,385 project to modernize one of the last available buildings in Jeannette Industrial Park. Additional Info...
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    WCIDC Approves $2.36 Million Rail-Replacement Project

    The WCIDC Board of Directors has approved a $2.36 million project to replace 4.24 miles of rail of the Southwest Pennsylvania Railroad as part of regular infrastructure upgrades that ensure the continued safety and reliability of the 33-mile railroad. Additional Info...
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