Rail Line Is an Asset for Bringing New Business to Town

Rail Line Is an Asset for Bringing New Business to Town

Brownfield Industrial Development Corporation Director David Partlow constantly keeps his eyes and ears open to new business prospects for Brownfield. He is now working with three companies related to the oil and gas industry and has preliminary commitments from two of them. According to Partlow, Brownfield’s major recruiting attraction has been our railroad. The two […]

Wine Company Plans Further Business Deals

Wine Company Plans Further Business Deals

Texas Custom Wine Works is coming to town, and plans to bring with them some extra business with other companies. The soon-to-open wine-processing company is so far set to open a 13,000-square-foot facility in Brownfield’s Industrial Park and create about 12 jobs, but is in the final negotiations stages with the retail beverage company Nature […]

BIDCorp Prepares Utility Lines for New Company

BIDCorp Prepares Utility Lines for New Company

The Brownfield Industrial Development Corporation will have to rebid installation of water and sewer lines for Atmos Energy after they determined they could conflict with another project in the Industrial Park, the board agreed Tuesday afternoon. The board initially selected Parkhill, Smith & Cooper for the water and sewer lines after that firm submitted a […]

BIDCorp to Proceed with TIF Zone Plans

BIDCorp to Proceed with TIF Zone Plans

The Brownfield Industrial Development Corporation will proceed with plans to create a Tax Increment Financing reinvestment zone, the board of directors agreed Monday afternoon. The board voted 4-0 to allow Director David Partlow to negotiate a contract with the architectural firm Parkhill, Smith & Cooper to take the next steps for community-improvement using TIF, a […]

Council Cements Oil Biz Incentive

Brownfield City Council unanimously approved an almost-$400,000 incentive package Thursday morning to cement an agreement which will see Houston based Select Energy Services operating in Brownfield within a month. The oil and gas related service company will begin operations with 30 employees, which a company representative said will be hired locally. “We chose to expand our company and move to Brownfield because of its strategic […]

Energy Company Expands into Brownfield

More than 30 new jobs will be created in Brownfield as part of Houston-headquartered Select Energy Services, LLC expansion plans into the south plains area, announced Jay Youngblood, Chairman of the Brownfield Industrial Development Corporation (BIDC). According to Youngblood, Select Energy has purchased the former Valley Irrigation & Pump Service facility located at 1804 Lamesa […]

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