Developed and owned by JEDCO, the park is situated on a 5,500-foot runway with parallel taxiway and connecting industrial park taxiways. There are 119 acres fully developed with an additional 400 adjacent acres available for development.
The former Louisiana Pacific stud mill and plywood manufacturing facility closed in 2000. It comprises about 65 acres with three large metal buildings. Environmentally clean, the area is about 150,400 square feet.
This site has an Agricultural Exemption as a Catfish Farm with pasture and grasses within the entire the 49.64 acres tract. The electricity provider is Jasper Newton Electric Cooperative. Accessible to US Highways 190 and 96 with a major regional truck stop located nearby.
This 12.5 acre tract has an Agricultural Exemption planted in grasses. US Hwy 96 is a four lane divided concrete highway. The site abuts Old Hwy 8 which affords greater accessibility advantages located within the city limits of Jasper.
This shop is a Heavy Industrial facility used as a welding, machine work and sheet metal fabricating shop with all equipment in place. 4.46 acre site located within the city limits of Jasper. City water and electricity (3-Phase wiring). The building contains 10,060+/- square feet, concrete slab, oil well, drill pipe for framing, exterior siding and roofing in 24 gauge metal, with 4 offices, 2 restrooms: the rest of the building is open shop area. This is site has a concrete driveway and parking located at the front of the building, roof covered and concrete slab loading dock. Approximately 55 years age.