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Granite Peak Development offers a full range of services for our clients. We have commercial, industrial, retail and residential developments throughout Wyoming. Granite Peak can assist with site selection, land acquisition, consulting, entitlement and platting. We are a financially sound company with the ability to assist with project financing. Other services include build to suit options, leasing, brokerage, property management and marketing.
Granite Peak Development has several properties available for lease around Casper, many of which can be custom finished to fit your needs. We have office, retail, industrial and medical spaces that range from 1,000 SF to 14,000 SF. At Granite Peak, we believe in finding our clients the right space and can accommodate almost any type of business. If you don’t find a perfect match, we can build it!
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Granite Peak Property Management provides comprehensive property management services for commercial, industrial and residential properties. The services provided include lease management, service management, tenant relations, cost estimates and revenue reconciliation. The primary goal of our property management division is to provide our tenants with properly maintained facilities in a cost effective manner.
Peak Development, LLC is
the largest full service real estate development company in
Wyoming. Granite Peak, based in Casper, was founded by Principals Rich
Fairservis and the late W.N. “Neil” McMurry.
Other partners of the company include Dan Guerttman, and Ron McMurry. These
individuals are the driving force behind the growth and management of
Our company’s motto is “Expect Peak Performance”, and we stand behind this pledge to our clients. Granite Peak believes in building lasting relationships with our clients and the community by setting the highest standards, building quality facilities and providing a multitude of services. Granite Peak has the resources to build, own, lease and manage real estate properties such as office, industrial, retail and medical. Our portfolio includes mixed-use developments, business parks, logistics hubs and industrial centers. We have experienced considerable growth since 2002 and continue to build sound communities while incorporating the natural beauty of the Wyoming landscape. More on Granite Peak Development Click Here for Company Overview page.
Services: Commercial, Industrial, Retail and Residential Development, Leasing/Brokerage, Property Management, Marketing, Site Selection, Land Acquisition, Consulting, Entitlement, Platting, Financing, Build to Suit Options.
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Pollina Corporate Top 10 Pro-Business States
“Rapid technological advances will spread a new wave of automation across the U.S., increasing unemployment, depressing American consumer spending and further shrinking the middle class. It is a Catch 22—we need automated manufacturing if we are to compete internationally, but this means fewer jobs,” says economist and corporate relocation expert Dr. Ron Pollina in the just-released Pollina Corporate Top 10 Pro-Business States for 2014, co-published with the American Economic Development Institute (www.aedi.us).
“That means the middle class will spend less on discretionary items, which will result in decreased income for businesses producing products and services for the domestic market, thereby pressuring these companies to lay off workers. This is the cycle the American people and American companies servicing the domestic market are currently caught up in,” Dr. Pollina explains.
“But a handful of states have shown exemplary leadership in growing their economies and employment base while countering these trends by improving their business environment, adding new companies and growing existing companies. These states have broken the bonds that hold others back and positioned themselves for success today, tomorrow and the remainder of the decade, which is a remarkable achievement in the aftermath of the Great Recession.”
The Pollina Corporate annual 50-state ranking indicates how well each state has or has not positioned itself to retain and create jobs as well as sustain America’s middle class. Now in its tenth edition, the study has also become an important tool for corporations to evaluate their current and future U.S. locations.
The study examines 32 factors relative to state efforts to be pro-business and has become recognized as the “Gold Standard” for evaluating states. It is the most comprehensive and impartial examination (with no advertising) of states available.
The Top 10 states listed below exhibited leadership that truly understands the importance of producing the best business environment, and thus the best opportunities for job growth and economic prosperity. All 10 top-ranked states should be held up as models for the other 40 states and the federal government.
2014 Top 10 Pro Business Rankings
In the U.S. today, if you combine state, local, and federal taxes, the tax burden on companies is among the highest the world. Add labor costs, and we are one of the highest cost nations to do business in. American companies, if they are to survive in a global economy, must be located in the most pro-business locations possible.
The Pollina Corporate Top 10 Pro-Business States study is based on 32 factors that our clients indicate are most important and more than 30 years of experience as site selectors. We weigh all factors based on the requirements of our corporate clients and our three decades of site selection experience.
Our ranking takes a comprehensive two-stage approach. Stage I, Labor, Taxes and Other Factors, is based on 19 factors, including taxes, human resources, right-to-work legislation, energy costs, infrastructure spending, worker compensation legislation, and jobs lost or gained. Stage II, Incentives and State Economic Development Agency Factors evaluation, examined 13 additional state government-controlled factors, including state financial incentive programs and state economic development department evaluations.
Visit the AEDI Website for the full 50 State Ranking and to download the report