Botetourt Center at Greenfield
The Botetourt Center at Greenfield is the County’s signature economic development investment. Developed in the early 1990s, Greenfield is today the location of the Botetourt County Administration Center, at 57 S. Center Dr., in Daleville, VA.
Botetourt County offices were relocated to Greenfield in 2020 which allowed for most county administrative offices to be housed under one roof. The South Center Dr. location had previously been known as the Greenfield Education and Training Center. Today the center houses the Office of the County Administrator and other county departments as well as two constitutional offices: Commissioner of the Revenue and Treasurer.
The Botetourt County Board of Supervisors and various boards and commissions also utilize meeting space at the center. The location boasts parking for the community as well as handicap accessibility.
In partnership with Virginia Western Community College, the Botetourt County Economic Development Authority, which owns the property, is currently constructing an 8,900 square feet expansion adjacent to the County Administration building. Botetourt has taken the lead to design and construct the facility to support our partnership with Virginia Western in meeting the needs of existing and future workforce in Greenfield and the greater Botetourt community.
For information, contact the Department of Economic Development by email or by phone at: 540-928-2140.
Also located at Greenfield, there are five companies with existing and future operations, employing approximately 1,500 individuals by the end of CY 2022. The current prevailing manufacturing salary in Botetourt is $55,000.
Altec Industries occupies an 80-acre campus at Greenfield. Altec’s facility was built in 2001 to engineer, manufacture, and assemble telescopic boom truck cranes and has recently expanded to include large transmission derricks and 55 foot aerial devices. From design, fabrication and finishing, this location’s manufacturing focus is equipment for the electric utility, tree care, and oil and gas arenas. Altec announced an expansion of the facility in 2018, with 180 new jobs and $30.2 M in capital investment. This facility is the second-largest among Altec's production facilities in the US and Canada.
Constellation Brands occupies an 81-acre parcel at Greenfield with a 280,000 SF production facility, which manufactures Luke Bryan's Two Lane Lager and Seltzer product lines, in addition to other beer, seltzer, and ready-to-drink beverages. The company located to Botetourt County in 2016 with Ballast Point Brewing. This facility is Constellation Brands's only large-scale US domestic beverage production facility.
Australian-based Pratt Industries located to Greenfield in 2019 to establish a converting facility, which is part of its Sheet Plant Division. The announcement involved the creation of fifty jobs and the capital investment of $20.1 M. Pratt’s Sheet Plant Division has an ever-expanding network of more than 40 facilities throughout the United States and Mexico, converting sheets supplied from 17 corrugating plants into the industry’s best and most environmentally-friendly packaging. All use Pratt’s high-performance 100% recycled paper manufactured at our five paper mills which comprise the most technologically-advanced mill system in North America. The Sheet Plant Division’s vertically integrated supply system and geographic footprint allows Pratt Industries to provide regional and local customers with personalized, localized account representation and customer service. The facility occupies a 29-acre parcel and includes a 160,000 SF facility. The facility began as a 100,000 SF shell building project coordinated between Botetourt County and the Roanoke Valley Development Corporation.
Italian-based Eldor Automotive Powertrain USA, LLC located its first US production facility in Botetourt County in 2016, involving an initial $75 M capital investment. This facility occupies a 55-acre campus including a state-of-the-art production facility with a restaurant-quality cafeteria and fitness center for its employees. Eldor manufactures ignition coils for the automotive industry, including Ford, Nissan, Volkswagen, and other manufacturers. Eldor conducted a multi-state site selection search, with Kentucky and South Carolina as the two other finalists for the project that Virginia won. Proximity to Virginia Tech, the University of Virginia, regional STEM training programs with Virginia Western Community College contributed to Eldor choosing Botetourt County for its first US production facility. Our strategic location between auto makers in Michigan, Ohio, South Carolina, and Alabama contributed to Virginia’s selection, as well.
Sweden-based Munters Corporation announced its decision to locate its newest state-of-the-art US facility at Greenfield in March 2021, involving a $36 million capital investment and 200 jobs. A key factor to this decision to relocate to Botetourt County included access to a growing workforce and training resources. Available labor resources, costs, logistical advantages, and proximity to key customer and industry hubs utilizing the Interstate 81 corridor solidified Munters’ decision. The company is represented in over 30 countries, with 17 plants and distribution centers and over 3,300 employees globally.
The Munters Botetourt plant concentrates in one primary business segment, data centers, and one smaller segment, high temperature industrial air treatment. The new facility will be operational in 3Q2022 and Munters considers it will become its “Global Center of Excellence for Data Center cooling solutions.”
Future Growth at the Botetourt Center at Greenfield
There are approximately 450 acres remaining at Greenfield for business development. Based upon the presence of the five companies that call Greenfield home, the remaining acreage could accommodate approximately 1,500 to 2,500 additional jobs in the Roanoke region. Most recently, the Virginia Economic Development Partnership awarded Greenfield’s 121-acre Lot 3 with a Business Ready Sites Award to further develop the site for industrial development.