Lincolnway Industrial Rail & Air Park
The Lincolnway Industrial Rail & Air Park is a developing Rail Park on the west side of Clinton, IA. The park is located adjacent to US Highway 30 and the Clinton Regional Airport. The Union Pacific East-West Mainline runs to the south, with a dedicated spur running into the park. Targeted industries for the Clinton Region include Chemicals Processing, metal fabrication, and value-added agriculture. There are very few heavy industrial sites in the upper Midwest that offer the logistics capabilities of the Greater Clinton Region and the Lincolnway Rail Park. Site Certification was obtained in December 2016.
Road: Adjacent to US Highway 30
Rail: Union Pacific Railroad East-West Mainline Spur into Park
Barge: ARTCO Facilities located 4.5 miles away in Camanche, IA
Air: Clinton Municipal Airport located 1 mile north.
Electric: Alliant Energy – 12.5 kV, (distribution) 69 kV on east edge of site, 161 kV on site (transmission).
Eastern Iowa REC – 12.5 kV (distribution), 69 kV on-site (transmission)
Gas: Alliant Energy – 4″ line along the southern border. 16″ line within 3.5 miles.
Water: Iowa American Water – 12″ water main extension to the northern boundary
Sewer: City of Clinton – 21″ sewer main along the southern boundary
Telecommunications – Various providers in the region
Additional Site Information & Studies
Phase I Environmental Site Assessment
Architectural & Historical Intensive Survey & Evaluation
Phase I Archaeological Investigation
Threatened & Endangered Species
Wetlands Delineation Report & Maps
2021 Laborshed Analysis
Click HERE to view the 2021 Clinton Area/Quad Cities Region Laborshed Analysis!
The Greater Clinton Region offers a cost-effective, highly productive workforce that is receptive to various environments and schedules. Our labor force has a history of exemplary work ethic and keeping pace with technological advances in manufacturing and other industries.
Our Regional labor force is well educated with a range of skill sets and an eye towards innovation. More than 75% of those employed in our Laborshed have some level of education/training beyond high school—from trade and technical training to post-graduate degrees. The Region is home to a large population of professional, paraprofessional, and technical staff (35%) as well as manufacturing and production employees (23%). Engineering talent is attracted by the dozen Fortune 500 companies that call our Region home.