August 2023

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Quonset launches new, user-friendly website

Quonset Development Corporation is proud to provide world-class infrastructure throughout the business park and starting this month, that includes our online infrastructure. Our new, user-friendly website is now live!

The redesigned transparently delivers the information you need about our streamlined permitting processes, state-of-the-art infrastructure, amenities and utilities, and procurement opportunities.

Everything you need to know about Quonset is available now right at your fingertips.

Quonset's award-winning wastewater treatment facility protects Narragansett Bay and the environment

Quonset Wastewater Superintendent Edward Davies [second from right] is honored for his outstanding work at the New England Water Environment Association Annual Conference.

Steven King’s most recent column in the New England Real Estate Journal highlights the benefits of Quonset's award-winning wastewater treatment facility.

Quonset’s wastewater collection system and treatment facility have the capacity, assets, and staffing that allow industrial companies to thrive here. The wastewater system is comprised of 20 miles of gravity sewer lines and force mains and four pumping stations. The wastewater treatment facility processes approximately 900,000 gallons of wastewater per day, with a total capacity of nearly 1.8 million gallons daily.

For more on Quonset's wastewater infrastructure, click here to read Steven's column.

East Bay legislators tour Business Park

From left: Steven King and Reps. McGaw, Casimiro and Boylan visit J. Goodison Co..

QDC Managing Director Steven King and State Representative Julie Casimiro (North Kingstown) welcomed State Representatives Jennifer Boylan (Barrington, Riverside) and Michelle McGaw (Portsmouth, Tiverton, Little Compton) for a tour of the Business Park this week, showcasing Quonset's world-class infrastructure and successful companies. The group visited the bustling J. Goodison Co. shipyard and viewed Regent Craft’s state-of-the-art seaglider prototype.

“Support from the General Assembly has been crucial to Quonset’s success,” said King. “We welcome the opportunity to host legislators from other parts of the state and show them how their investment, and confidence in our team, has produced big returns for Rhode Island.”

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