Wilson Industrial Park

Pitman and Parker Roads off
Websterville Road
Lower Websterville

Carl Rogers
(802) 479-9331 (Ext. 1261)
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Wilson Industrial Park

Wilson Industrial Park

The Town of Barre owns approximately 55 acres of Wilson Industrial Park land that is available for industrial and business development. The Town will subdivide to suit business land needs. 

Barre Town has secured an Act 250 state land use permit for the industrial park which streamlines the state permitting process for new businesses. The Park offers municipal water and sewer utilities as well as town maintained roads. Three-phase electric, telephone, and high speed broad band services are provided underground. The Wilson Industrial Park is located in the Lower Websterville area of Barre Town. It is across the street from Barre Town Middle and Elementary School, the Town's large athletic and outdoor recreation complex and one of our beautiful bike paths. Barre Town is also home to Barre Town Forest, a historic preserved parcel of land with trails, snowmobiling and more. Transportation to and from the Park is easy, as it is conveniently located near I-89, the Berlin Airport, and there is future potential for a railroad off-loading site. Last, but not least, WIP is unique in that it offers lovely views of mountains, giving the park the rare combination of industry and nature. 

Wilson Industrial Park currently includes:

  • Adam's Granite: granite memorial manufacturer.
  • Highland Sugarworks: producer of Vermont maple syrup products.
  • Hillside Solid Surfaces: cabinet and countertop store.
  • Northern Power Systems: manufacturer of wind turbines sold around the world.
  • New England Excess Exchange: wholesale broker and managing general agency serving independent insurance agents.
  • Old Route Two Spirits: manufacturer of whiskey, gin, and rum.
  • RH Associates and Co.: interior door and hardware distributor.
  • Advanced Power Conversion Solutions:  developer and manufacturer of film capacitors.
  • Spruce Mountain Granites and Custom Sandblastgranite memorial manufacturer.
  • Tenco Industries of New England: distributor of heavy equipment.
  • iDry,LLC: manufacturer of wood-drying kilns.
  • Vermont Creamery: producer of nationally-marketed and award winning goat and cow milk cheese and butter.
  • Vermont Foodbank: supplier of food to over 280 food shelves, meal centers and similar organizations providing food and meals to people in need.
  • Vermont Wholesale Granite: provide monument wholesalers and retailers with imported and domestic monuments.
Land prices are reasonable. Barre Town offers tax stabilization for eligible businesses. Barre Area Development (802-476-0660) and the Central Vermont Economic Development Corporation (802-223-2654) can offer assistance with state business incentives. For more information about the industrial park contact Town Manager Carl Rogers at (802) 479-9331, extension 1261 or at crogers@barretown.org

For information about privately owned business locations contact the Town Manager or Barre Area Development.