Pine Regional Business & Technology Park
At the present
time, adequate utilities needed for the ultimate development of
the Park are not available on-site. During the master plan development
of the Park, the utilities will be placed along the boulevards
and service roads as depicted in the Infrastructure Site Schematic
located in Appendix A. A main water line will connect to the Town
of Wise water system near the Town’s Recreation Park, just
south of the Lonesome Pine Regional Business & Technology
Park, and follow State Route 723 north. A water pumping station
and elevated storage tank will eventually be added to assure that
adequate fire flows can be supplied to all parcels in the Park.
A second water line will follow the West Loop Road and connect
to the State Route 723 main water line near the intersection of
the roads. A third water line will then connect to the State Route
723 main line and run along the south side of the East Loop Road
and end just before the road turns north.
The Bear Creek
Sewer Extension Project, which was studied in a separate report
prepared for the Wise County IDA by Thompson + Litton in October,
1996, will supply the Park with sanitary sewer service. The sanitary
sewer will enter the Park from the west, near the Town Center,
and will end near the center of the Park on the West Loop Road.
The sanitary sewer will then split in direction, with sewers running
along the West Loop Road in both the north and south directions
until they both join State Route 723. The southern portion of
the sewer will extend past State Route 723 and continue on the
East Loop Road until it reaches the far southeast portion of the
Park. This sewer system will allow for the convenient connection
of service laterals from individual sites when further development
telephone and electrical lines will be installed along all boulevards
and service roads constructed during the master plan development.
They will enter the Park most likely from the connector road from
the west and split up at each road, similar to the sanitary sewer.