An Industrial Park concept plan and feasibility study was developed for the Village of Grant Park measuring approximately 244.66± acres. Several low lying areas were identified, which were created through past, uncompleted developments that would be addressed during the design phase of the development. In situ soil characteristics were also identified through the use of a soil map and hydrologic soil map to determine water infiltration and runoff potential. Project roadway traffic patterns were evaluated to determine the appropriate pavement design to include factors such as, intersection geometry based on projected traffic counts, vehicle types, turning movements, pavement design and roadway hydraulics.  A preliminary investigation for cultural resources was completed using the Illinois Historic Preservation Agency’s (IHPA) Historic Architectural Resources Geographic Information System HARGIS site. An endangered species clearance request was submitted to identify any state listed threatened or endangered species. Piggush Engineering also preliminarily designed the proposed development’s site infrastructure, which included sanitary sewer, public road/drainage, rail access, water, natural gas, electric and telephone and projected proposed costs for a potential first phase as well as full buildout.  Several funding mechanisms/sources were identified that would potentially help fund portions of the development as well as a TIF analysis in order to determine the necessary saleable area of land in order to make the development feasible from a Tax Increment Funding standpoint.