A 148-acre vacant industrial property located in the City of Sarnia, the site is strategically established along Highway 40 (Churchill Road), only a 5-minute drive to provincial Highway 402, and in proximity to the Sarnia Petrochemical & Refining Complex and the Canada-US border. The proximity to the major chemical industries makes the site ideal for industrial services and suppliers. The site is located along the Oversized Load Corridor, a designated route allowing for the unimpeded import/export of oversized modules and vessels from fabricator’s locations to the Sarnia Harbour. Situated between Highway 40, McGregor Side Road South and Kimball Road, the site consists of 45 industrial lots with the majority of lots ranging in size from 1.5 to 2.5-acres, with four lots in excess of 5.0-acres and one 18-acres. All lots are large enough to accommodate many types of light and heavy industrial uses, and if required, two or more contiguous lots could be assembled.
- 1,629m x 473m
+HST & servicing
- TOTAL LOTS
- 45 lots available
- FOR SALE
- Electricity is supplied by Bluewater Power which has two 27.6 KV distribution feeder lines near the site with 16MW of new load. HydroOne has several Transmission (Tx) Lines within 1.5km of the site which may accommodate a Tx connection to accommodate 100+MW (to be confirmed by IESO/Hydro One Tx).
- NATURAL GAS
- Enbridge Gas Ltd operates existing gas mains in the area, including an existing 250 mm gas main on McGregor Road. Natural gas lines will be available into the HWY 40 Industrial Park. Capacity may require some upstream service upgrades depending on the needs of the development. Enbridge Gas Ltd. provides abundant and affordable natural gas supplies throughout the area with extensive transmission and distribution systems
- The City of Sarnia services an existing 300 mm sanitary sewer adjacent to the site. There exists unallocated capacity of nearby infrastructure to accommodate project requirements. A profile of the effluent would confirm the wastewater treatment plants position to accept nondomestic discharge, or whether discharge would have to be handled on site.
- Water services are provided by the City of Sarnia with water sourced via the Lambton Area Water Supply System. The are existing 300 mm watermains at both the east and west side of the industrial park will be connected to the site by an internal 300 mm watermain. Water connections of 100 mm to 150 mm will be available to each individual lot to support a wide variety of businesses.
- The area near the site is served by municipal drains and roadside ditches to accommodate stormwater in the area. Roadside ditches throughout the site are to collect from subdrains servicing each lot.
The HWY 40 Industrial Park is optimally zoned to accommodate large-scale industrial uses and land uses that require distance from sensitive land uses, such as those industries with potentially offensive characteristics in terms of appearance, odours, noise and dust emissions and truck traffic generation.
The HWY 40 Industrial Park is zoned to permit:
h) Petrochemical processing facilities
Secondary uses include the following:
a) Public uses
b) Accessory offices related to industrial use
c) Limited ancillary commercial uses
d) Industrial and scientific research facilities
f) Truck storage
g) Transportation terminals
h) Scrap yards, salvage yards, storage yards
i) Storage of petroleum & petrochemical products
j) Uses permitted in the light industrial designation
Sarnia-Lambton is uniquely located on major road, rail, water, air, & pipeline corridors to ensure a smooth flow of inputs and end-products from supplier to customer.
Road – Highway 402 connects Sarnia-Lambton to the Ontario 400-series highway system, and the Blue Water Bridge border crossing links to U.S. Interstates, I-69 and I-94.
Rail – The regional rail infrastructure is impressive with Canadian National (CN) and CSX Transportation operating mainline Class 1 rail service and connections to the international St. Clair Rail Tunnel, and VIP Rail providing the transloading of goods and products.
Water – Sarnia-Lambton is located on the St. Clair River, allowing ships to access the St. Lawrence Seaway System and the Atlantic Ocean, while docking at Sarnia Harbour.
Air – Sarnia-Lambton is well serviced by several regional & international airports capable of delivering goods & people to any location in the world.
The HWY 40 Industrial Park extends along the south side of provincially regulated Highway 40 (Churchill Road) between
frontages on McGregor Side Road and Kimball Road. An internal road network will provide excellent transportation infrastructure for tenants of the industrial park. The site provides quick access to Highway 402 (6 km) and the Canada/US border (11 km). Rail, ship, and air logistics opportunities are in near proximity to the site.
Highway 402. . . . . . . 6 km
Blue Water Bridge. . . 11 km
CN Rail. . . . . . . . . . . 2.5 km
VIP Rail. . . . . . . . . . . 5.0 km
Sarnia Harbour. . . . . 10 km
• Air Products Canada • Lambton Metal Service
• Transco Recycling Inc. • Great Lakes Fabricating
• Premier Recycling Sarnia • Kel-Gor Limited
• Canada Steel Service Centre • Trimac Transportation