City of Alexandria, VA
Eisenhower West Industrial Use Study
On October 27, 2009, the City Council received the Final Report for the Eisenhower West Industrial Use Study. Read or download the report by clicking the links below:
The City of Alexandria released the Draft Report on July 20, 2009. The public has six-weeks to review and submit comments. Read or download the Draft Report and the Record of Responses to Public Comments by clicking the links below:
In June 2008, City Council directed City staff to initiate a study analyzing the costs, risks, benefits and opportunities associated with redeveloping the industrial sites in Eisenhower West (Virginia Paving Asphalt plant, the Covanta waste-to-energy facility, the Vulcan facility and the Norfolk Railroad ethanol transloading facility) into mixed use communities. The study will focus on the development costs and opportunities for redeveloping these industrial sites, the feasibility of relocating these uses, and the impacts and benefits of these uses in these locations.
The City of Alexandria recently retained the consulting firm of Bay Area Economics (BAE) to conduct the study. BAE is working with MACTEC Engineering and HDR to perform and economic and environment analysis.
The study has the following components:
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