Key Site Details

  600+ Acres

  7,000+ ft of Rail Spur

  60+ river mooring cells, conveyors, and transloading infrastructure in place

  Private site road network with gated site access. Less than 5 miles from I-376

  High-voltage electricity, water, wastewater, natural gas, and fiber optic

  Multiple warehouses and offices available for lease

  Former Bruce Mansfield Power Plant – 2,500 MW coal fired plant

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1312 Church St, Shippingport, PA 15001

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Project overview

Considered the largest inland port on the Ohio River, Shippingport Industrial Park offers 600+ acres of prime industrial property just a short drive from Pittsburgh, PA. SIP is equipped with state-of-the-art transloading infrastructure including 60 river mooring cells, x3 transloading wharves, bulk material unloaders, liquid barge unloading, silos, warehouses, and various other assets. The site is served by a CSX main line which passes along the northern portion of the property. This is in addition to 7,000+ ft of privately owned spur for barge, truck, rail transloading opportunities. SIP is the closest large developable site to the Shell Ethylene Cracker Plant at only 5 miles away and the CSX main line connects the two sites. Major utility infrastructure is currently available on site including high-voltage electric transmission, electrical distribution, water, wastewater, and fiber optic service.

History of location

Bruce Mansfield Power Plant began commercial operations of Unit 1 in 1976 with Units 2 and 3 following suit in 1977 and 1980 respectively. Construction of Bruce Mansfield commenced in 1970. All three of the units generated 830 MW each with a nameplate capacity of 2490 MW. Its ownership was a consortium of Pennsylvania Power, Ohio Edison, Cleveland Electric Illuminating, Toledo Edison, and Duquesne Light to form the Central Area Power Coordination (CAPCO). The plant was operated by Pennsylvania Power and was named after D. Bruce Mansfield, a former chairman of Penn Power.

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