Brian Bradner, VP Dewberry, comments on Quest certified Southern Virginia Megasite at Berry Hill

Suitable for OEM manufacturing operations and other large advanced industrial tenants

The result of a unique collaboration amongst multiple jurisdictions in two states

Quest Site Certified as a Mega Site/Super Park

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The site is located along US Rt. 311, a designated industrial roadway with no weight restrictions, which has been recently improved to handle traffic from the site resulting from a future 3,000 jobs per shift operation.  In addition, the site is 2.6 miles to the designated future Interstate 785/Danville Expressway and will soon have new direct access to an existing interchange via a fully funded Industrial Connector Road that is under development and scheduled to be in service by 2024.

The Southern Virginia Megasite at Berry Hill is a 3,528-acre publicly owned megasite that's ready for single or multiple industrial users and can be subdivided to suit, with required industrial grade infrastructure already installed. 

The lot sizes within the megasite can be configured to meet any client’s needs with the largest possible contiguous parcel of 2,102 acres.

Phase 1 of the overall project, consisting of a completed 200-acre graded pad, is located on the corner of Oak Hill Road and Berry Hill Road (U.S. Rt. 311) and can be easily expanded up to 702 acres of graded pad area. This pad can currently comfortably site a 4M SF facility with minimal site work.  The pad’s expansion to 702 acres enables over 10M SF under roof to be located on the site along with rail sidings, employee parking, and raw/finished goods storage.  Further, an additional 70-acre graded pad site is fully funded and under development within the surrounding industrial park (Lot 1) available for advanced manufacturers and/or suppliers for an OEM operation.

The megasite is suitable for OEM manufacturing operations and other large advanced industrial tenants and is the result of a unique collaboration amongst multiple jurisdictions in two states.

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Natural Gas

The site has direct access to the Williams Transco Pipeline via an existing gate station onsite. This allows megasite industries access to large volumes of gas at any delivery pressure requested.


A combination of 16-inch and 20-inch waterlines serve the site. The water system is fed by two independent sources for redundancy and currently have available capacity of 7 MGD. A 20-inch sewer line along with a 3 MGD pump station are in place and are serving the site. The sanitary sewer service can be expanded to 4 MGD if needed.


Electrical service is provided through American Electric Power (AEP), via an existing new double-circuit 138kV substation that provides 100 MW of immediately available power capacity. The new substation is configured as a ring bus, eliminating exposure to outages. Further, the site and park is located next to a 125MW solar facility, with 55MW battery storage, that has been approved and will be under construction Q2-2023.


Norfolk Southern, currently provides Class 1 rail to the property and has two access points for lead tracks to the pad site dependent upon the company’s operations. The site is uniquely situated along a spur line that is near and connects with the Piedmont Corridor. This location and alignment enable Norfolk Southern to have the flexibility of arranging and orienting rail cars without impacting a high-traffic volume corridor, resulting in a higher level of service for the company's needs. There is also an existing rail switch on the spur line that provides the option of a transload facility to serve the entire park.

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