Garmong Development, one of the leading Construction Management companies in Indiana has announced plans for the development of a Commerce Park in Brownsburg, Indiana dubbed “Commerce Park at Brownsburg Raceway”.
The project, which according to Deb Cook, Town Manager of the Town of Brownsburg is “virtually shovel ready” and with the enthusiastic formal support of the Brownsburg Town Council, will be built on 47 acres site located near the Lucas Oil Indianapolis Raceway Park.
Construction is set to begin soon and will be completed by the end of the year. The National Hot Rod Association, a drag racing governing body that sets rules in drag racing and hosts events all over the United States and Canada, and which also owns and maintains Lucas Oil Raceway, has reportedly agreed to relocate the track’s main entrance to the west side as part of the Garmong project.
Expectations for the commerce park at Brownsburg raceway project
Garmong anticipates that the project upon completion will bring in more than US$ 100M in new economic growth and capital investment. According to Cook, the project complements the town’s established comprehensive and economic development plans.
She said it will also contribute to Brownsburg’s high-profile commitment to promoting and supporting the autosports sector, and it will help attract new businesses. complements the town’s established comprehensive and economic development plans.
The new Lucas Oil Indianapolis Raceway Parks ‘front door’ on the other hand will according to Kasey Coler, NHRA’s VP of Track Management and Operations, give simpler entry into the raceway park, and provide a greater level of safety.