MidAmerica | 4075 Sanders Mitchell St | Pryor Creek, OK 74361 | Phone: (918) 825-3500 | Fax: (918) 825-4022 | Email: dstewart@maip.com
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  • Midamerica Delivers Connectivity
  • Midamerica Delivers Community
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Welcome to MidAmerica

We’ve been building MidAmerica’s resources in northeast Oklahoma for nearly 60 years, and we’re looking equally far ahead. Since day one, our commitment has always been the same; to deliver whatever companies need to succeed. Companies like Google and DuPont agree that MidAmerica is a great place to be. The workforce. The infrastructure. The boundless potential. MidAmerica delivers it all. 

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David Stewart
Chief Administrative Officer

Advantages
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Scott Fry
Director of workforce development

Workforce

Workforce

STEM labs. High school career centers. Apprenticeships. A $10 million university campus and technology training center right on-site. Welcome to our Certified Work Ready Community.

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Connectivity

In the center of the country, and close to it all. Highways, rail, ports, and airports—including one right on-site. We’re exactly where you want to be—and can get you anywhere quickly.

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Community

Life is good here. Excellent education and healthcare, and abundant choices for recreation, culture, sports, and more. Take advantage of the low cost of living to get a home that’s urban, suburban, or rural. The choice is yours.

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Infrastructure

Clean, abundant water. On-site wastewater treatment. Plentiful power and natural gas. And all of it more affordable than you ever thought possible.

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Opportunities

Google, DuPont, Siemens, and other Fortune 500 companies recognize all that MidAmerica has to offer. And once you do, too, we have 1,500 acres ready for your consideration, with shovel-ready sites up to 250 acres.

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The District

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Armin Road Development Area

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Spec Buildings

In Good Company

What our partners have to say

  • “Oklahoma has proven to be an important home for Google since opening our data center operation here in 2011. We’ve been able to accelerate our growth here in part due to the incredible support of our Mayes County partners and the state of Oklahoma.” 

    Andrew Silvestri
    Head of External Affairs, Oklahoma, Google

  • “Here at MidAmerica, we've gone through a lot of growth. We started out with 12,000 square feet, and today we are over 300,000 square feet. The wonderful thing here is working with the MidAmerica staff to be able to put up new buildings. They’ve been tremendous to work with.”

    Doug Harris
    President and CEO, HE&M Saw

  • “RAE Corporation is incredibly appreciative of the efforts of our local workforce partners, especially MidAmerica Industrial Park. It’s great to have a team of talented people behind us as we are experiencing exponential growth. In 2016–2017, we had to fill 150 new jobs, and in a rural area, it seemed insurmountable. But thanks to the support of MAIP and their team, we were able to make it happen.”

    Jeremy Colvard
    Vice President, RAE Corporation

  • “The critical factor today in industrial site selection is energy, energy, energy. Oklahoma is an energy power. Low utility costs. Cheap, reliable electricity.”

    John Boyd Jr.
    Principal, The Boyd Company

  • “If a manufacturing company had to pick just one U.S. location for their operations, MidAmerica Industrial Park would be a good one.”

    Ian Wright
    Nuvecta Logistics Research

  • “We were attracted to MidAmerica because of the low operating costs… We also liked Oklahoma's business-friendly environment and the assistance we received from MidAmerica’s leadership.”

    John Cantrell,
    Former President, Power Soak

  • “Throughout the Chevron Phillips system, the MidAmerica facility is known as the ‘can-do’ plant. It is because of the people…who run the park and provide the infrastructure, …who…work in the support service companies in and around the park, and the employees of Performance Pipe.”

    Shawn Spears
    Plant Manager, Performance Pipe – A unit of Chevron Phillips Chemical Company

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Infrastructure

As far as utilities go, MidAmerica delivers everything you need to succeed: data transmission, energy, and water - in abundance. You can depend on it.

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  • POWER & NATURAL GAS
    Thanks to on-site generation, you'll enjoy competitive rates and reliable power. And natural gas piped right to you.

  • WATER & SEWER
    Millions of gallons of high-quality water at low rates. Plus our own wastewater treatment.

  • LOGISTICS
    Centrally located, with highway, rail, air, and port connections, this is a transportation sweet spot.

  • WORKFORCE
    Comprehensive workforce system with dedicated staff and on-site training providers.

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Cherokee Nation is partnering with MidAmerica Industrial Park after donating land for the tribe to build and operate a $16 Million childcare center in Mayes County. The Cherokee Nation is investing...


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MidAmerica kicked off its second cohort of STEM interns this summer with nine new students from area school districts. The students spent the summer learning a variety of STEM applications,...


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Google announces additional investment of more than $75 Million in 2022 at MidAmerica

Google Provides $100,000 Education Grant to Chouteau-Mazie School District In early May, Google announced plans to invest more than $75 million in Oklahoma in 2022 during an event at its data center in...


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MAIP COMPANY SPOTLIGHT: RAE Corporation

RAE Family Foundations donates 7,400 pounds of food through mobile food pantryRAE Corporation’s Family Foundation hosted the first ever mobile food pantry for the MidAmerica community earlier this...


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State of Oklahoma announces Northern Data to build North American Operational Center at MidAmerica Industrial Park

Northern Data to build campus of Tier 3-ready, modular data centers and purchase 250 MW of power from Grand River Dam AuthorityOfficials with the State of Oklahoma, MidAmerica Industrial Park...


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Walmart to Purchase 4,500 Canoo Electric Delivery Vehicles to be Used for Last Mile Deliveries in Support of Its Growing eCommerce Business

Bentonville, AR – (July 12, 2022) Walmart (NYSE: WMT) has signed a definitive agreement with Canoo (NASDAQ: GOEV), a high-tech advanced mobility company, to purchase 4,500 all-electric delivery vehicles, beginning with the Lifestyle...


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MidAmerica Newsletter Vol. 2022.01

MidAmerica's newsletter highlights Park updates, companies located in the Park, a message from Chief Administrative Officer David Stewart and much more. To read our most recent edition, Volume 2022.01,...


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