We Are Albany
This is the story of who we are and why we call Albany, Georgia, our home.
Made In Albany
A a glimpse into the manufacturing magic that happens every day in Albany, Georgia.
My Albany Rocks
We wouldn’t say it if we didn’t believe it. We will really rock your world.
Taking pride in one’s work is part of the job description at Lawson Industries. Just ask Joe.
Tapping the Artesian City
Beer is 97 percent water. And in Albany, we have plenty of both. Albany-Dougherty County sits atop the Floridan Aquifer, one of the world’s most prolific sources of fresh groundwater.
It may be smaller than some, but Marine Corps Logistics Base-Albany packs quite the punch when it comes to meeting the warfighters’ needs.
- Incentives & Financing Incentives and finance assistance help businesses reach their goals.
- Transportation Four-lane highway access in all directions makes it quick and easy to get from Point A to Point B.
- Sites and Buildings With more than 3 million square feet of available industrial space, we have the inventory to meet your needs.
- Workforce Data Over 125,000 skilled and professional workers in our regional labor pool.
03.19.15 - Officials celebrate biomass plant
The Procter & Gamble Company and Constellation, a subsidiary of Exelon Corp., gathered in Albany, Ga., with city, county and state officials to celebrate the development of an up to 50-megawatt biomass plant that will help run one of P&G’s largest U.S. manufacturing facilities. » Read More
03.09.15 - Biomass plant a boon for Albany
"This project is going to do something special for the Albany P&G plant and its corporate footprint, but it’s also going to put Albany on the map. This will be the 10th-largest biomass plant in the nation, and I guarantee you it’s going to change the perception many people have about our region," said Jeff "Bodine" Sinyard, who worked the project from start to finish. » Read More
April 13-17: Industry Celebration Week
Albany-Dougherty Industry Celebration Week, a weeklong community-wide appreciation of the community’s existing industries, will be April 13-17. The annual ADEDC Industry Awards will be presented on April 15. » Read More
September 23: Downtowns on the Rise forum
Albany Mayor Dorothy Hubbard will host a community-wide forum focused on downtown redevelopment and revitalization on Tuesday, September 23. The “Downtowns on the Rise” forum includes panelists from Albany, Columbus and Macon. » Read More
Albany is Awesome
Albany-Dougherty County is the sort of place where sugar and honey aren’t merely staples of cooking, but also part of the unique vernacular that makes this Southern city all the more charming. But don’t get us wrong – we’re a pretty face with business savvy.
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