About the Business Park
Bastrop’s Business and Industrial Park is strategically located at the juncture of State Highways 71, 95, and 21 in beautiful Bastrop, Texas. Sited on 263 acres of wooded hills and lush flats, the Business Park is the proud home of several prosperous enterprises, including one of the few remaining U.S. based sewing operations, a major art sculpture foundry, and a company that provides clinical trial material management for the pharmaceutical research industry.
Zoned as commercial/industrial, the Bastrop Business and Industrial Park was established by the City of Bastrop in 1996. Recent studies show approximately 40% of Bastrop’s workforce is employed outside of the city, but would much prefer to work in town. To facilitate this need, the Bastrop EDC welcomes businesses and commercial entities that can provide employment opportunities and investment in our great community.
Located in the heart of the Texas Triangle, the Bastrop Business and Industrial Park is just 25 miles from the Austin-Bergstrom International Airport, 20 miles from the SH130 Tollway, 105 miles from San Antonio, and 134 miles from Houston. The Business Park offers greenfield land, abundant underground utilities, fiber connectivity, concrete streets, and a large, cost-effective labor force. Incentives for locating in the Business Park are offered on a case-by-case basis to qualifying businesses based on the number of primary jobs created and the amount of capital investment made.
AEI Technologies has been in the business of manufacturing metabolic measurement systems for 45 years, and recently relocated their facility from Pittsburgh to Bastrop. AEI’s custom pulmonary testing equipment includes carbon dioxide analyzers, oxygen analyzers, and metabolic carts. They sent out their first shipment from the Bastrop location on July 21, 2017.
Elliott Electric Supply
Elliott Electric Supply opened their Bastrop facility in 2016. First established in 1972 in Nacogdoches, Texas, the company has grown to over 130 locations in Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas and New Mexico. Elliott Electric Supply is among the top-ranked electrical parts distributors in the nation, and a regional leader in the electrical supplies distribution industry.
Johnson Architectural Metal Company (JAMCo)
Johnson Architectural Metal Company (JAMCo), opened their 40,000-square foot Texas regional headquarters building in September 2014. Based in Marietta, Georgia, JAMCo designs, fabricates and installs exterior envelopes for high-rise buildings. With an increase in their business in the Central Texas area, they saw a need to establish a headquarters here, and felt that Bastrop offered both a centralized location as well as a "great energy".
Deep in the Heart Art Foundry
The Deep in the Heart Art Foundry located in the Business Park in 2002. The Foundry has been commissioned to produce such works as the Aggie Ring at Texas A&M, Crossroads East Meets West along the Route 66 Corridor in Tulsa, OK, and Banjo, a statue of a velociraptor at the Australian Age of Dinosaurs Museum in Queensland, Australia. Their Texas Capitol Vietnam Veterans Monument was unveiled in 2014 at the Texas Capitol grounds.
The Coghlan Group/Caligor Rx
The Coghlan Group provides a full range of clinical trial material management and centralized randomization services to companies around the world. The company was founded by experienced clinical trial professionals to provide the pharmaceutical research industry with a reliable source for the preparation, packaging/labeling, and randomization of clinical trial material. The Coghlan Group specialize in the handling of clinical trial material.
Garments to Go
Garments to Go was the first company to locate in the Bastrop Business Park. They produce customized logos, screen printing and embroidery on uniforms, t-shirts, caps, bags, and specialty items. Their customers range from Fortune 500 companies with thousands of employees to little league teams. Some of their clients include Harrah's Las Vegas, ADP, Sysco, Dell, and World Market, as well as Bastrop Independent School District and the City of Bastrop.
Bluebonnet Trails MHMR
Bluebonnet Trails Community Services provides services to adults with serious mental illness, to children and adolescents with serious mental illness or emotional disorders, autism or pervasive developmental disorders, to persons with developmental disabilities, and to infants and toddlers with developmental delays. Their mission is to ensure the provision of accessible, efficient and effective services that support the dignity and independence of those they serve.