According to the most recent School District Strategies report, residential construction activity doesn’t show any sign of letting up in the Midlothian Independent School District. The report indicates builders started 167 and closed 95 new homes in the district during the first quarter of 2016. This represents the most starts in a quarter in more than 6 years and the most first-quarter closings since 2008.[Continue Reading]
Did you know that the cement industry has been booming in Midlothian, Texas, since 1960?
Once a modest agrarian community home to thriving cattle and cotton industries, Midlothian eventually embarked upon a path of enduring growth and economic success thanks, in large part, to its abundance of limestone.[Continue Reading]
Is there enough? How much does it cost? How flexible will the utility be to work with? How long will it take to get service? What is the reliability history of this particular location? What other services can the utility provide?[Continue Reading]
People are the undeniable power behind every successful business. It’s the people that prove why Texas workforce ranks as one of the most critical site selection factors for relocating and expanding businesses.
In today’s global business environment, operating costs, consistency, and efficiency are imperative to long-term success – all factors which are largely impacted by employee performance.[Continue Reading]
Imagine strategic access to North Texas markets without the hassle of typical traffic congestion.
Sound impossible? Now imagine this access further complemented by convenient rail and air facilities.[Continue Reading]
The Midlothian Economic Development board members will break ground on the city's new industrial park July 14.The groundbreaking will begin at 11:30 a.m. at 2801 Miller Road and is open to the public. This ceremony will mark the construction of 140-acre fully-developed business park that is set to open in early 2016. For more information on Midlothian Business Park visit www.MidlothianBusinessPark.com.[Continue Reading]
The Dallas-Fort Worth metro made headlines recently when it was tapped by MarketWatch as America’s most business-friendly metro area for 2014.[Continue Reading]