Update April 8, 2012: It's been a while since we reported on the progress of iTAP (see earlier reports below) but that doesn't mean progress hasn't been made.
Phase I of the International Aerospace and Technology Park consisted of establishing infrastructure such as roads and utilities. That initial project should be done before the end of the month and the Myrtle Beach Regional Economic Development Corporation will ramp up efforts to recruit companies to set up shop in the area. The Sun News has more details on the project here.
Update November 3, 2012: WPDE looks at the current state of iTAP.
Watch the video below or read the write-up.
First Report: The Myrtle Beach International Technology and Aerospace Park (iTAP) is nearly complete with its first phase of construction and local leaders have high expectations for the economic development opportunities it could create.
The Myrtle Beach Regional Economic Development Corporation (MBREDC) will be responsible for marketing the park to companies and they have a plan that focuses on the aviation industry. The Sun News has a detailed write-up on the current state of construction and how MBREDC plans on achieving their goals. Read it here.