First-rate transportation infrastructure and excellent connectivity.
Centrally located in the Southeast, Macon offers extensive access to rail, road and air supply lines. Macon can offer supply chain management solutions that give your company the competitive edge.
An exceptional quality of higher education is available in Macon
Macon's network of local universities, colleges, and technical schools offers a visionary approach to developing specific employee training programs for individual industries and companies.
Macon offers abundant, high quality water and sewer capacity.
Macon's reservoir has a water capacity of 60,000,000 gallons/day and sewer capacity of 44,000,000 gallons/day. The American Water Works Association selected the Macon Water Authority as the 2009 "Best of the Best" taste test winner.
Macon is a strategic location in the center of Georgia at intersections of I-75, I-475, & I-16.
It's just over an hour's drive to Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport. You'll also find Norfolk Southern Railroad's largest switching yard in the Southeast and 4 deep water ports within five hours.
Known as a 'City in the Park', Macon is filled with history, culture and a great music scene.
Macon is home to over 35 parks, over 10 museums, lots of fun festivals throughout the year, two theater groups, several art galleries, and great local restaurants.
Three major hospitals provide world class care with heart, cancer and transplant facilities.
The medical community in Macon numbers over 15,000 and is home to the second largest hospital in Georgia serving 28 counties, Central Georgia's only Level 1 Trauma Center and the region's only dedicated Children's Hospital.
The Greater Macon Chamber of Commerce and Macon Economic Development Commission will recognize 2014's outstanding companies. Click below to register.
September 12, 2014 “Georgia is #1 for business” says Area Development Online