Benicia Industrial Park (BIP)
What do 450+ businesses have in common?
They share THE address desired by those who strive for excellence in all they do. They are all part of the Benicia Industrial Park (BIP).
Home to creative innovators and anchor businesses such as Dunlop Manufacturing, Valero refinery (manufacturer of CARB gasoline - California's clean burning fuel), Romak Ironworks, BioRad Laboratories and Schoenstein & Co. Pipe Organs (the oldest and most success pipe organ manufacturer in the Western United States).
The BIP offers a strong and stable mix of companies, large and small. If you are looking to be part of a business community that is driven, creative and positive, you'll want to locate here.
Here at the Benicia Office of Economic Development, we can help you learn more about the advantages of locating your business in the BIP.
Benicia supports the business community
Adding to this culture of excellence and creative innovation, you'll find a City committed to the success of its business community. Here at the Office of Economic Development, our mission is to provide solutions, resources and support to help you thrive and meet your business objectives. Here are a few examples of added improvements to the BIP creating an even stronger place to do business:
City investment of $750,000 to help fund a broadband installation project in the BIP.
Grant & loan program designed to provide needed capital for industrial business to retrofit or improve existing equipment and/or buildings with energy efficient devices.
Benicia's industrial space is competitively priced in comparison with the Bay Area, North Bay and East Bay; particularly given the city's strategic location for distribution and low crime rates.
Industrial spaces lease for between $0.50 and $0.90 per square foot per month, depending on the facility size. Generally speaking, rates in the BIP are 10-15% less than the Bay Area.
We invite you to contact us to find out how your business can be a part of the Benicia Industrial Park.