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  • Harf co economic dev presentation 4.26.13

    1. 1. Susquehanna Workforce Network – April 26, 2013James C. Richardson, Director, Office of Economic Development
    2. 2. Harford County Baltimore Towson MSA Maryland1980 145,930 2,174,023 4,216,9751990 182,132 2,382,172 4,781,468% of change (1980-1990) +24.8% +9.5% +13.3%2000 218,590 2,552,172 5,296,486% of change (1990-2000) +20.0% +7.1% +10.7%2010 244,826 2,710,489 5,773,552% of change (2000-2010) +11.8% +6.1% +9.0%2020 (Projection) 267,350 2,869,850 6,216,150% of change (2010- 2012) +9.2% +5.9% +7.7%(Source: U.S. Census 1980-2010; MD Brief Economic Facts 2013)Population History
    3. 3. Employment (2008-2012)2008 2010 2012% of Change‘08-’12Total employment 82,644 80,589 87,661 +6.7%Private Sector 65,382 60,967 64,650 -1.1%Government Sector 17,262 19,622 23,011 +33.3%Wages (Average Weekly Wage)Total employment $804 $862 $917 +14.1%Private Sector $702 $727 $744 +6.0%Government Sector $1,190 $1,282 $1,405 +18.1%Median Household Income 2000 2010 2015(weekly) $1,097 $1,426 $1,625 +48.1%(Source: Maryland DLLR, Employment and Payrolls, 2008-2012; ESRI 2000-2015)Statistics
    4. 4. HousingSource: RBI/MRIS2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012Average Days onMarket97 133 129 114 128 111% Change +37.11% -3.01% -11.63% +12.28% -13.28%Average SoldPrice$297,929 $286,879 $267,667 $268,517 $251,385 $255,440% Change -3.71% -6.70% +0.32% -6.38% +1.61%
    5. 5.  Over $438 million in new capital investment More than 5,170 new jobs created More than 225 companies served/transactions completed53%10%7%20%10% R&D, Technology & DefenseDistributionManufacturingRetail, Recreation, EntertainmentService, Finance & Real EstateOED Prospect Activity Results2008-2012
    6. 6. 0 10,000 20,000 30,000 40,000 50,000U.S. Social Security AdministrationGiant FoodMedstar HealthUniversity of Maryland Medical SystemWalmartNational Institutes of HealthJohns Hopkins Hospital & Health SystemJohns Hopkins UniversityUniversity System of MarylandFort George G. MeadeAberdeen ProvingGroundNumber of Employees in MarylandMaryland’s Economic Engines
    7. 7. • TOTAL Existing Office Space: 5,497,982 square feet– Above includes 1,425,184 square feet of Class A Office• Current Vacancy: 18%Office Vacancy
    8. 8. SciTech Services RevitalizationSwan Creek VillageCSSC – The New Route 40
    9. 9. • 2012 - $660 million• 2011 - $440 million• 2010 - $221 millionFederal ContractingContracts awarded to Harford County Businessesthrough APG** Note – Work was Completed in Harford County – Source: FEDMINE.US
    10. 10. Battelle University Research ParkStudy• System of Systems Network - development that goes to thepromise of C4ISR full life cycle development• Cybersecurity - talent connections and applied researchcollaborations• Systems Biology - tying together ongoing efforts in genomics andproteomics• High Performance Computing For Modeling - network centricwarfare/cybersecurity, chem/bio pathogen research, and test andevaluation• Incubating Material Sciences Solutions - quicken the pace from labto solution.Specific Opportunities in Emerging Technology Areas forProximity-Based APG-University Collaborations
    11. 11. Cecil HarfordAnneArundelBaltimoreCountyBaltimoreCityCarroll HowardMarylandTotalSome college,no degree24.0% 22.6% 22.2% 21.1% 19.4% 18.9% 14.0% 19.7%AssociatesDegree6.5% 8.3% 7.0% 6.3% 3.7% 7.2% 7.1% 6.3%Percent highschool graduateor higher88.9% 92.2% 89.3% 90.1% 76.9% 91.8% 94.3% 88.1%(Source: from Sage Policy Group, Inc.’s Labor Market Analysis of SWIA; Bureau of Labor Statistics)Educational Attainment
    12. 12. Workforce Action Items• New paradigm—certification training• Renewed manufacturing interests—RobotFeeders• Task Force to attract the 22% into this arena• Coordinated efforts—SWN/OED/HCC/SBDTC/HCPL and Industry
    13. 13. • AGCO• Alcore• Automated Coatings• Bob’s Discount Furniture• Bottcher America• Bozel Trucking• Citrus & Allied Essence• Clorox• Constar• Custom Direct• Cytec• Frito Lay• Harford Systems• Independent CanMajor Manufacturing & DistributionVacancy rate 5.8%• Kohl’s Fulfillment Center• Macy’s Logistics• Northeastern Plumbing Supply• Nutramax• Onguard Industries• Prime Source Building Products• Rite Aid• Saks Fifth Avenue• Sephora• Smucker Natural Foods• Sun Products• TIC Gums• United Source One• WAVE
    14. 14. • Weapon Systems AcquisitionManagement• Systems Engineering Support,Analysis & Design• Robotic Manufacturing• Systems Integration• Strategic Planning• Program Management• Supply & Logistics Support• IT Services & SupportEmerging TechnologyValue Added Solutions toDoD, Transportation, Homeland Security andHigh Tech Manufacturing including:
    15. 15. Water’s Edge Event Center• Conference Center• 2 Banquet Halls withwater views• Outdoorentertaining space• Executive privatedining area31,588 sq. ft. state-of-the-art facility
    16. 16. James Run TIF• 388 Lodging House Units• 325,000 sf ofRetail/Restaurants• 540,000 sf of Class A Office
    17. 17. Health Care• MedStar – 130,000 sf medical center in South Bel Air• Upper Chesapeake Health System (UCHS)– Patricia D. & M. Scot Kaufman Cancer Center• Upper Chesapeake Health Medical Campus (UCHM)at Havre de Grace
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    20. 20. Aaron RentsGino’sPlanet FitnessJCPennyThe Mill at BlackhorseTexas RoadhouseCVSSonicHome GoodsDSWKirklandsChick-fil-AJoes Crab ShackPanera BreadPNC BankWegmansAccents JewelryWild Birds UnlimitedPet ValuLemon N GingerSalon/Spa by DebbieNoodlesRetail GrowthOpened in 2012
    21. 21. Film Industry• Netflix House of Cards –was releasedFebruary 2, 2013• This makes the 6thfilm/television project inHarford County• Others include:– Tuck Everlasting– Red Dragon– August Rush– Young Americans– From Within
    22. 22. 2005 2011* % ChangeMaryland 160,084 164,358 2.7%Baltimore Metro 69,323 69,997 1.0%Susquehanna WIA 7,420 7,506 1.2%Harford 5,488 5,563 1.4%Cecil 1,932 1,943 0.6%(Source: Sage Policy Group, Inc. for Labor Market Analysis of SWIA; Bureau of Labor Statistics - *2011 datapreliminary estimates)Business Establishments
    23. 23. 2005 2011* % ChangeMaryland 2,497,487 2,478,505 -0.8%Baltimore Metro 1,229,752 1,221,230 -0.7%Susquehanna WIA 109,720 111,231 1.4%Harford 80,527 83,286 3.4%Cecil 29,193 27,945 -4.3%(Source: Sage Policy Group, Inc. for Labor Market Analysis of SWIA; Bureau of Labor Statistics - *2011 datapreliminary estimates)Total Employment
    24. 24. • Harford County is positioning itself for the next potential BRACrounds• Community leadership is monitoring Department of Defenseactivity as it relates to opportunities between BRAC rounds – suchas continued realignments for cost savings at other installationsthat do not go before Congress• APG has the land availability and infrastructure to support growthin future BRAC roundsBRAC 2015/2017
    25. 25. • Transportation Coordinator has been hired through a grant withthe CSSC and will be on Post to work with employees• Transportation Demand Management activities have beenelevated both by APG and CSSC• CSSC will conduct a Tele-a-work Study based on APG’s currentconditions and best practices from similar installations anddefense communitiesHarford County’sProactiveTransportation StepsTransit & Transportation Demand Management
    26. 26. • $300,000 Study to Analyze Existing & Future Traffic fromAPG to Bel Air• Funded by Harford County DPW and a Grant from theBaltimore Metropolitan Council
    27. 27. AberdeenHome of Opportunity• Aberdeen Train Station– Monitoring and Improvingcurrent station– Improve on signage andadditional parking• Transit Oriented Development(TOD) Visioning Study– Improving the visibility of thetrain station
    28. 28. January 12, 2010 - Ports America Chesapeake signed a 50-year lease concession withthe Maryland Port Administration (MPA) to operate Seagirt Marine Terminal.Seagirt Marine TerminalCapabilities• 50 foot channel existing• 7 post panamax cranes AND 4super post panamax cranes• Berth 4 is dredged to 50 feetto accommodate the newpanamax vessels• Port of Baltimore is served bytwo Class I Railroads, CSX andNorfolk Southern – both ofwhich service industrial parksin Harford County
    29. 29. The Knowledge EconomyHarford County’s New Normal• Research and Development of APG• University Research Park• Harford’s Entrepreneurs Edge• Harford Business Innovation Center (HBIC)• Ground Floor• Sage Policy Group Study for the SusquehannaWorkforce Investment Area (SWIA)• Towson and Harford Community College 2+2
    30. 30. SWOT of Business in MarylandMaryland is ranked #3 in Nation forInnovationThreats OpportunitiesTax Rates LocationRegulations Quality of LifeBarriers to GrowthPADEVA--SCIncreasing Values ofExisting Property
    31. 31. We Salute The Warfighter
    32. 32. We support our everydayBUSINESS HEROES!Business Heroes

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