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The MidAmerica Industrial Park is one of the largest industrial parks in the nation encompassing 9,000 acres and is home to over 80 companies.  The park has enjoyed consistent growth since its inception in 1960 and has several business advantages including low-cost utilities, pro-business environment and unmatched flexibility.  The Park is currently undergoing significant infrastructure improvements and is also investing in the local education system and quality of life factors.  Browse our site to learn why MidAmerica is a great place to thrive.

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Southern Business & Development Magazine selected MidAmerica as one of the Top 10 Super Sites Across the South.

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MidAmerica Industrial Park flexes manufacturing might with retail, residential expansion

PRYOR — With face-to-face interaction largely suspended by COVID-19, MidAmerica Industrial Park needed to new way to attract tenants.So, it ditched its on-road marketing efforts and took to the...


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OSU and MidAmerica Industrial Park awarded $1M to strengthen economic resiliency in Oklahoma

The Oklahoma State University School of Industrial Engineering and Management (IEM) and New Product Development Center (NPDC), together with the MidAmerica Industrial Park (MAIP), has secured $1 million in CARES funding...


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Oklahoma Department of Commerce Certifies Nine Centers for Workforce Excellence

Sean Kouplen, Oklahoma Secretary of Commerce & Workforce Development, alongside members of the Governor’s Council for Workforce and Economic Development and industry leaders, announced today the certification of...


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From the desk of David Stewart: Tulsa for Tesla

If you live in Oklahoma, then there is no doubt you were aware of the possibility of Tesla coming to Northeast Oklahoma. For several months, we were inundated with creative...


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MidAmerica: A Historical Perspective

Guest Column by Larry Williams Almost 80 years ago, before most readers of this column were even born, the U.S. Government began a process of acquiring some 16,000 acres of...


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MidAmerica Celebrates 60 Years

If it hadn’t been for world-wide turmoil and the American government’s needs in the wake of World War II, MidAmerica Industrial Park may have never been...


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Local Artist Matthew Moffett and MidAmerica Industrial Park Partner to Create Scissor-tailed Flycatcher for The District

MidAmerica Industrial Park partnered with Tulsa-based artist Matthew Moffett to create an elaborate, beautiful piece of art that MidAmerica will feature in the center of The District’s main...


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The District Nearly Finished

"WE'RE ALMOST THERE!" These were the words of MidAmerica’s Chief Administrative Officer David Stewart when asked about The District. “The years (literally) of planning...


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Company Highlight: Cherokee Nation - A MidAmerica Partner and Park Business

MIDAMERICA AND CHEROKEE NATION BUSINESSES— A PARTNERSHIP  Cherokee Nation is the largest tribe in the United States with more than 380,000 tribal citizens worldwide. More than 141,000 Cherokee Nation citizens...


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Park Infrastructure and Development Updates

WATER AND WASTE TREATMENT PLANT GET UPDATES  MidAmerica’s park owned water and wastewater treatment facilities are undergoing a $2 million capital improvement project. The projects for the water...


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