The Water Tower Campus includes several parcels which can be developed for specific water-related entities. Each site is approximately 8 acres in size and can support offices, manufacturing facilities, and/or R&D facilities. Businesses who chose to locate on The Water Tower campus will have access to The Water Tower ecosystem including R&D resources, unique marketing opportunities, and engagement with an active workforce pipeline for interns and full-time employees along with unique training opportunities.
Approximately 30 miles northeast of Atlanta, Gwinnett County has been among the fastest-growing counties in America for more than 20 years. With nearly 950,000 people, it is also among the most diverse counties in the US. Gwinnett embraces and celebrates its multicultural, interrelated, and intertwined community - filled with energy, creativity, and passion that weave through Gwinnett’s schools, businesses, nonprofit organizations, civic institutions, and County government. The Water Tower is proud to build upon Gwinnett’s worldwide reputation for being on the cutting edge of water technologies and to offer our partners such a incredible community to support their endeavors.
State of Georgia
Gwinnett County: Tier 4 County
Companies creating minimum of 25k jobs/year earn $1,250 Jobs Tax Credit per job per year for up to 5 years
Enticing Business Environment
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Construction of The Water Tower’s main building, demo area and field training center are nearing completion, with our Ribbon Cutting Ceremony scheduled for March 30, 2022. We encourage you to check out the many options for having a physical presence on the campus!
The Water Tower Campus intends to become an international destination for water innovation. Thus, all businesses located on the Campus must be engaged in a business that is in furtherance of “Water Innovation Purpose” – defined as:
1) Conducting industry-leading research on water science, including technologies to monitor and treat water;
2) Creating and sustaining partnerships with universities, foundations, utilities, and private industry in order to facilitate the research and application of water science;
3) Providing economic opportunities for County residents in the form of workforce development programs;
4) Educating the general public on the importance and impact of water and the work performed at the Water Tower.