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School Bond Issue Passes

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New EDC Director Officially Arrives in Junction City

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Governor’s Council Director Takes New Position Stan Ahlerich will continue to serve the Department o

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Your key to the Corridor.


It’s time to unlock your potential: Strategically located just one mile from I-70 and U.S. 77, the well-resourced Tom Neal Research Park puts your operation in prime position to leverage a powerful portfolio of advantages in logistics, land, utilities, and labor—plus one more uniquely important asset: leadership. The Tom Neal Research Park means unfettered access to unparalleled synergies in bioscience and other leading-edge sectors.

Tom Neal Research Park: Available Property

 

A leading example: The Tom Neal Research Park neighbor,  Ventria Bioscience is moving to the forefront of global medicine.  With highly pure, biologically active recombinant therapeutic proteins, Ventria is opening a new era of safe, reliable and accessible recombinant protein therapies. That means breakthrough medicines and vaccinations, as well as critical industry access to Ventria’s Express Tech plant-based recombinant protein bio-manufacturing platform available through contract manufacturing. Ventria’s non-therapeutics products division, InVitria, is industry’s preferred source for high-quality, defined, animal-free cell culture supplements used throughout the total cycle of bioprocessing. 

Junction City Business ParkAnd the synergies keep multiplying in the KC Animal Health Corridor: Just 20 minutes from the Tom Neal Research Park, the National Bio and Agro-defense Facility (NBAF) is scheduled for completion in 2020, replacing Plum Island as the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s foremost animal disease research facility.  This area was a natural location for the NBAF, in the KC Animal Health Corridor, home to 300 animal health companies, the largest concentration in the world.

Room to grow, speed to maneuver: Here in the Tom Neal Research Park your operation enjoys plenty of room to grow, with 50 acres available—with expandable acreage if needed—and with infrastructure in place, including state-of-the-art telecommunications.  Immediate highway access puts all the resources of the region within easy reach, along with the synergies of multiple sectors including alternative energy as well as bioscience.

Contact us today, and let us help you unlock your operation’s potential, at the Tom Neal Research Park, your key to the Corridor.

 


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School Bond Issue Passes

11/16/17-November 8, 2017  BY Dewey Terril Voters have approved a bond issue to help fund a new Junction City High School. The vote on Tuesday…  READ MOREread more

New EDC Director Officially Arrives in Junction City

01/06/17-New EDC Director officially arrives in Junction City Derek Smith, 1/5/2017 The Daily Union, Vol 156, No. 87, Page 1 New Economic Development Commission Director…  READ MOREread more

Governor’s Council Director Takes New Position Stan Ahlerich will continue to serve the Department o

12/07/16-The Governor’s Council of Economic Advisor’s Executive Director, Stan Ahlerich will take a new role as Executive Director of Workforce and Innovation at the Kansas…  READ MOREread more

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