Amy’s – Goshen Food Manufacturing Plant – New York - Project Profile
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Amy’s Kitchen Inc. (Amy’s) is planning to undertake the construction of a food manufacturing plant in Goshen, New York, the US.
The project involves the construction of a 34,281m2 organic and natural food manufacturing plant on 66ha of land.
It includes the construction of a processing unit, a manufacturing unit, a warehouse, a distribution unit, an administrative facility, 1021.9m2 office space, 278.7m2 ancillary building, 709 parking spaces, 20 to 30 loading bays and related infrastructure and installation of machinery and safety systems.
The project will be developed in two phases.
The first phase includes the construction of 20,996m2 manufacturing plant, 1021.9m2 office space, 278.7m2 ancillary building for medical treatment of employees, 642 parking spaces for employees, 49 parking spaces for visitors and 18 tractor-trailer parking spaces and 20 to 30 loading bays.
The second phase includes the 13,006m2 manufacturing plant expansion.
The project will be funded through state and local funds.
The project is expected to receive US$6.8 million from the Empire State Development (ESD) in the form of a capital grant and tax credits tied to Amy’s commitment to creating employment.
AKRF, INC. has been appointed as planning and engineering design consultant.
On January 15, 2014, Amy’s submitted project proposals to Orange County Industrial Development Agency (IDA).
In March 2014, Amy’s acquired the land between Echo Lake Road and Route 17M for the project.
In May 2014, Amy’s submitted the site plans to Goshen Town Planning Board (GTPB).
On June 24, 2015, AKRF released the Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS) on the project.
In March 2016, Amy’s submitted revised wetland delineation drawings to the U. S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE).
In April 2016, Amy’s submitted DEIS report to GTPB and the report was accepted on May 11, 2016.
On May 30, 2016, GTPB held a public meeting on the Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS) and site plans of the project with a public comment period until June 10, 2016.
In December 2016, GTPB granted the conditional site plan approvals for the project.
In January 2017, USACE granted federal permits to begin the construction works on the project.
On February 8, 2017, site clearing works commenced with clearing the permits and conditional site plan approvals.
Amy’s is in the process of securing final site plan approvals as well as site clearing works on the project are underway. Construction works are expected to begin after Amy's receives final approvals which is expected in September 2017.
Planning Authority: Orange County Industrial Development Agency, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, New York District and Goshen Town Planning Board
Planning Consultant: AKRF, INC.
Engineering Design Consultant: AKRF, INC.
Legal Advisor: Jacobowitz and Gubits
The project involves the construction of 34,281m2 organic and natural food manufacturing plant on 66ha of land between Echo Lake Road and Route 17M, Goshen, New York, the US.
The US$95 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of a processing unit
2. Construction of a manufacturing unit
3. Construction of a warehouse
4. Construction of a distribution unit
5. Construction of an administrative facility
6. Construction of 1021.9m2 office space
7. Construction of 278.7m2 ancillary building
8. Construction of 709 parking spaces
9. Construction of 20 to 30 loading bays
10. Construction of related infrastructure
11. Installation of machinery and safety systems
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