The Burley-Heyburn Industrial Park is a multi-phase 325 acre business park. BHIP, a former Simplot Potato Processing facility, is transforming into a premier business and industrial park in Southern Idaho.
With over 600,000 square feet of existing buildings and 88 acres of available ground, BHIP is a redevelopment park, which has undergone significant changes since the conveyance to the City Of Burley in 2003. Since 2003, over $750,000 of infrastructure upgrades have been made at the site. One significant change to the park came at the inception of the park with Gossner Cheese building a 70,000 square foot Swiss production facility along with a retail store and restaurant. Several smaller tenants have added to the facility that boasts plenty of room for redevelopment with all necessary infrastructure.
The Burley-Heyburn Industrial Park is located less than a mile from I-84, and with the City of Burley and The Boyer Company as partners, BHIP has the ability to move quickly in fast tracking construction projects and schedules.