We’ve been preparing for your company’s arrival for years! With unparalleled access to Nashville, ample public utility resources, and protected farmland, Robertson County can maximize your efficiency.
If you prefer to travel even faster, you’ll appreciate Springfield/Robertson County Airport’s 5,506-foot runway, instrument approach, and jet support. Nashville International (BNA), which handles more than 4.6 million passengers and 87,000 tons of cargo each year, is just 27 miles to our south.
Businesses have long chosen Middle Tennessee because our location makes it easier to get to where you need to be. Robertson County is bordered by Interstates 24 and 65, putting you within a day’s drive of 75% of the nation’s population.
We have direct routes to Nashville, St. Louis, Chicago, Detroit, Memphis, Birmingham, Atlanta, and New York, along with Class 1 rail access to the Port of Charleston, South Carolina, the Gulf of Mexico, St. Louis, Detroit, the St. Lawrence Seaway and points east.
Recognizing that new businesses can’t afford to skimp on resources, we’ve worked with local utilities to ensure that they can offer what companies like yours need in abundance.
Whether it’s water, existing sewer capacity, plenty of affordable electricity, or reliable fiber/broadband internet, we’re ready to meet your challenges. Our utility partners are responsive, so you’re assured of getting up to speed and down to business far more quickly. In addition to helping you get started, local utilities take a proactive approach to working with businesses to find ways to maximize efficiency and reduce operating costs. That’s because they know that keeping your business healthy makes their operations stronger, too!