Overview

Ready Or Not

Overview

Ready Or Not

Now active in at least 36 states, site readiness programs have become a valuable tool for economic development organizations to attract projects, while also helping companies and site selection consultants to make faster, more informed decisions on the viability of potential sites. But fast adoption without a defined standard has led to significant inconsistencies from program to program. This white paper evaluates the site readiness landscape and makes recommendations for solutions ahead.

Economic Developers

Do you think that a national standard for site readiness/certification would be useful?

2019 SSG Fall Forum & 2019 Site Readiness Roundtable

Site Selectors Guild Members

Do you think that a national standard for site readiness/certification would be useful?

2019 Site Readiness Roundtable

Site readiness programs are active in at least 36 states

A technical stamp of certification is not required for a site to be considered “ready”

Inconsistencies are common in the absence of a national standard

The USGBC’s LEED program is a potential model

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READY OR NOT

The Value and Future of Site Readiness Programs in Corporate Location Decisions

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Rick Weddle

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