Positioned within 500 miles of 66% of the U.S. population and 33% of the Canadian population, in the heart of the New River Gorge Region, location specific advantages are plentiful!
Residential developer Morgan Bracken of Wolf Creek Village, the first housing component of Wolf Creek Park (also developed Whispering Oaks, Maple Lane Professional Park, and other private and commercial projects).
Fayette County E-911 Center
Fully operational since 2013, the modern facility is in service with new technology that enables dispatchers to pinpoint the location of a call within a meter radius. The Center is located on Robbins Way, just past The Robbins Company, on the left.
The Robbins Company purchased a large parcel in February 2010, and completed construction on its 16,000-square-foot facility in March 2011.
Part of a national group that designs and builds tunneling equipment, The Robbins Company grew out of an engineering company that moved out of state several years ago. They now have offices in the U.S., seven other countries, and clients worldwide.
“We started here in Fayette County and it was our utmost desire to remain here. We found what we were looking for at Wolf Creek Park and now we can look forward and grow and expand our business,” – Dean Workman, The Robbins Company Managing Partner.
“Robbins well exceeds the average local wage and has a platinum employee benefits program, including wellness incentives. Something we learned during the negotiations was that our access to trails and nature played a big role in their decision to locate at Wolf Creek,” – Fayette County Resource Coordinator and Project Manager Dave Pollard.
The Park’s first business tenant, Bridge Brew Works founded by Nathan Herrold and Ken Linch, moved in during the latter of 2009.
The facility became fully operational serving the tourism industry in January 2010, distributing throughout West Virginia by means of Mountain Eagle Incorporated based in Beaver, West Virginia.
Bridge Brew Works produces two regular beers and a variety of craft brewed beers throughout the year with names familiar to locals, including Bridge Brew English Ale and Long Point Lager.