Energy & Direction
If you are looking for reliable transport, fabrication, oilfield supplies, backhoe and other on-site services, look no further. Founded by oil discovery over 90 years ago, McCamey boasts some of the oldest continuously-running trucking and oilfield supply companies in West Texas.
For over 20 years, there has also been “something in the wind” here. FPL/NextEra’s King Mountain Wind Site generates power for over 85,000 Texas homes alone, nearby Woodward and Indian Mesa sites create thousands more. McCamey is the “Wind Energy Capital of Texas”, after all.
In 2015, OCI’s Alamo 6 Solar Farm Construction Project broke ground off of FM 1901, minutes from McCamey. The largest Dual-Axis Solar Farm in Texas (producing 110 MW) nears completion summer 2016. In 2016 First Solar began development on the East Pecos Project, when completed this newest solar site will generate 119 MW of electricity. Several other sites are in the planning stages for the Upton County area.
Between oil, wind and solar, McCamey is building on the past AND the future of energy.
Lots to Build On
McCamey’s Independent School District has started their own ground-breaking for the new Middle School building (pictured), field house, track field, concession stand and bathrooms with a projected finish date of August 2017. The Upton County Courthouse Annex and McCamey County Hospital (including updated Emergency, Rural Clinic and Extended Care/Seniors Facilities) were completed in 2016. Dozens of new homes, businesses and retail spaces have cropped up and are flourishing.
McCamey is “rough and READY” for investors looking to succeed and watch this city (and their money) grow. Look no further, we have “lots to build on”, existing retail spaces to lease, low interest loans and incentives for new businesses. Those used to Big City prices for land and homes will quickly see that their dollar goes a LOT further in the local real estate market. The city is conveniently located at the junction of two major transport routes, acting as a service center not only to those in the oilfield industry but to the residents of surrounding communities.