Strategically located in the heart of America and Iowa, the opportunities at the 730-acre certified site, Prairie View Industrial Center (PVIC), are ideal for companies looking to expand to the Midwest.
Flexible site options of your choosing are site-ready with innovative infrastructure options, including strong technology connections. This ready-to-go land is bookended by Barilla, the Italian pasta manufacturer, and Verbio’s new renewable natural gas production facility. PVIC is an excellent location for growing industries, including:
- Advanced manufacturing.
- Animal health.
- Biofuels and renewable chemicals.
- Food production.
Locating your business near Iowa State University (ISU) will give you access to innovation and a robust, educated workforce. ISU’s Center for Industrial Research and Service (CIRAS) and Alliant Energy created the Digital Manufacturing Lab to help businesses evaluate problems and find opportunities using innovative technology.
In addition to the Lab, ISU offers research agreements, business development services and student intern programs.
Access to talent and an abundant workforce are critical factors in deciding where to locate a new business. Prairie View offers access to a nearly 685,000 labor shed area, including the Des Moines metro area. Ames and Story County continue to grow rapidly, which will continue to increase workforce availability.
Incentives and economic development resources
Longtime partners Alliant Energy and Ames Economic Development Commission have a long and successful track record of assisting companies looking to locate here. Whether you need financial assistance, connections at ISU, or help navigating the city approval process, we will be with you the entire way through your project and beyond.
Contact our economic development team with any questions you may have about this thriving community and shovel-ready location.
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