Growth continues at the Edgerton LPKC intermodal with nine major projects in 2015. Staff photo by Brandon Humble

Growth continues at the Edgerton LPKC intermodal with nine major projects in 2015. Staff photo by Brandon Humble

Commercial/industrial permits continue to grow in Edgerton, up two to 28 in 2015, which includes new buildings and various improvements. In 2012 there were three permits issued; 12 in 2013 and 26 in 2014.
There were nine major projects in 2015: Northpoint-JET (distribution; Transpec Leasing (cargo container storage and repair; LPKC Training Center; Kubota Tractor Corp.; J.B. Hunt; Inland Port XIV; Arrowhead Intermodal (cargo container storage; Excel Industries (manufacturing) and ELHC XV.
There were no new residential starts for 2015 in Edgerton; although 52 residential permits were issued for various improvements and additions. In 2012 there were 35 residential; 2013 40 residential and 2014 there were 27.
Projects already scheduled or 2016 include the rebuild of Manor Park at the Northwest Corner of First and Martin, and Inland Port V at 31201 W 187th.