Welcome to the Memphis Regional Megasite, the premier advanced manufacturing site in the Southeastern U.S. Sitting 45 minutes from the Memphis International Airport and in the heart of the Southern Automotive Corridor, the 3,840 acre Memphis Regional Megasite is poised for the next game changing manufacturing project in the South.


The Memphis Regional Megasite is an asset, and we’re committed to leveraging it to bring jobs to West Tennessee. Funding for the megasite was a priority in this year’s budget, and an additional $25 million was included in the budget for infrastructure. We are working to make this site a prime location for a major employer.”– Governor Bill Haslam

Having worked closely on the development of the Chattanooga megasite now home to Volkswagen, I know firsthand the work required to ensure a site is ready for new industry. We took no shortcuts on the Chattanooga project, and it paid off tenfold for the people of Tennessee with the creation of thousands of jobs. We have that same determination with the Memphis Regional Megasite." –Claude Ramsey
Deputy to the Governor

To say the Memphis Regional Megasite is a premier site in the South is an understatement.  From its central location to its massive size, I have no doubt that this site will be the next home to one of the world’s leading manufacturers.”– Bill Hagerty
Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development Commissioner

Tennessee’s transportation system is continuously ranked as one of the best in the nation by numerous publications and sources because Governor Haslam understands that high quality infrastructure is a key component to economic development and growth. My department is committed to developing a superior infrastructure system at the Memphis Regional Megasite.”– John Schroer
Tennessee Department of Transportation Commissioner

The Jackson Regional Partnership will continue to be supportive of the state and the entire Memphis Regional Megasite team’s efforts.  We will help facilitate and coordinate efforts to ensure the site’s readiness for a major project location.” – Kyle Spurgeon
Jackson Regional Partnership Managing Director