Situated at the footsteps of the Rocky Mountains, along Colorado’s Northern Front Range in the town of Windsor, The Great Western Industrial Park (GWIP) is a master planned heavy industrial park where manufacturing and dedicated infrastructure converge.

Situated along Colorado’s Northern Front Range, GWIP is a 3,000 acre master-planned development that is becoming an epicenter for manufacturing and distribution. The park is the prototype for industrial development along rail corridors and is being emulated at several locations around the country, including Brownsville, TX, Sand Springs, OK and Stockton, CA.

Windsor is in close proximity to the metropolitan cities of Denver, Boulder and Cheyenne, Wyoming. In


addition, Windsor is centrally located between the major communities of Greeley, Fort Collins and Loveland. A short trip south on Interstate 25 will bring travelers into the mile high city of Denver.

Air travelers can take advantage of flying into or out of the Denver International Airport. Denver International Airport is the only major airport to be built in the United States in the last 25 years. Additionally, the Fort Collins-Loveland Airport and the Greeley-Weld County Airport are just a short 15 minutes from Windsor. Both airports are capable of handling larger business aircraft.

E-470 (Denver Beltway), Interstate 25, Interstate 76, U.S. Highway 85, U.S. Highway 34, U.S. Highway 287,  Interstate 70, Interstate 80