STAMP now has own website

By Tom Rivers, Editor Posted 19 June 2014 at 12:00 am

ALABAMA – The 1,250-acre Science and Technology Advanced Manufacturing Park or STAMP has been called a mega-site for nanotechnology, a business park that could result in 10,000 direct jobs and perhaps 50,000 more in support industries in the region.

STAMP now has something else: its own website at Genesee County Economic Development Center has launched the site that details the possibilities for the site 1 mile south of Orleans County and the town of Shelby.

The project has generated strong support from economic development leaders from Buffalo, Rochester, Genesee and Orleans counties, as well as state officials. The 2014-15 state budget includes $33 million to move the project forward and develop infrastructure.

STAMP is south of Lewiston Road at Route 77. The 1,250-acre site will accommodate nanotechnology companies including semiconductor 450mm chip fab, flat panel display, solar manufacturing, and advanced manufacturing.