The 79|Seventy Advanced Materials Corridor in Licking County, Ohio is Central Ohio’s largest manufacturing corridor set along Interstate 70 at Ohio state route 79. It boasts three of Central Ohio’s 25 largest industrial parks.
The portfolio includes:
- 11 million s.f. of industrial buildings
- Combined 1,200+ acres
- Open access rail service
- Redundant electric, gas utilities
- Capacity for growth with 500+ acres of shovel-ready industrial sites
- Rail-served sites as large as 130 acres contiguous
The 79|Seventy Corridor has a diverse presence of the advanced materials industry with silicon, quartz, polymers, steel,aluminum, ceramics, glass, wood, ag/bio, organics, food, fiberglass, foam, and others taking advantage of a workforce with three generations of proven ability to produce skilled engineers and technicians. Bayer, Boeing, Dow, Kaiser, Samuel Manu-Tech, and a host of well-known industry players anchor the Corridor. The corridor is also home to several unique-to-the-world advanced materials manufacturing capabilities, including North America’s only bismuth-annealed steel fabrication facility and the last hot rolled aluminum plant left in the
New product development thrives in the 79|Seventy Corridor. Bayer, Boeing, and Acuity opened new product development centers in the past two years, providing a platform for a worldwide customer base to go from concept to product in one place— Licking County, Ohio.