Brunswick County Virginia
INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY
The Brunswick County Industrial Development Authority is working with Fluor Construction to secure business for local contractors and employment for local residents as much as possible during the construction of the Brunswick County Dominion Power Plant. The first step is the creation of an inventory that local businesses/contractors can use to identify themselves as capable of providing the contracting, goods, or services needed by Fluor during construction. As Fluor informs the IDA of additional opportunities that can be met locally, they will be listed on the IDA website.
Businesses and contractors can fill out a Contractor Inventory Form online; click here to access the “Contractor Inventory Form.” For businesses/contractors not having access to a computer, one will be available at the IDA’s office, 116 W. Hicks St., Lawrenceville.
The IDA will forward information from the inventory to Fluor representatives on a regular basis. Fluor will conduct its own review according to its prequalification standards and directly procure contractors, goods, and services as needed.
At this time, the IDA is interested in receiving information from businesses/contractors that can provide the following:
The Brunswick County Board of Supervisors and the Industrial Development Authority welcomes Dominion Virginia Power to Brunswick County.
Dominion Virginia Power plans to construct a $1.1 billion combined-cycle, natural gas fired power station in Brunswick County that will generate electricity for customers by the summer of 2016.
Below: Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell held a press conference on February 28, 2012 to announce the project.