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See the Sites: Entergy Videos Tell the Story

Entergy Economic Development - Robert Guillot

By Robert Guillot, P.E., Senior Project Manager, Project & Technical Services

Posted August 21, 2017 in Site Selection

The saying “seeing is believing” explains why video is one of the best ways you can – in just a matter of minutes – see if an industrial site or building, along with its community and resources, might be the perfect match for your business.

Videos are a very effective part of Entergy’s Site Development Program, which analyzes our service territory to identify and develop suitable industrial properties, perform engineering due diligence and conduct studies on promising industrial properties. We also provide marketing support for high-quality properties lacking the necessary promotional materials.

Of course, videos are just one of many valuable tools and services we offer to help businesses plan. Our team is a one-stop-shop that can facilitate decision-making in every phase, from site selection to energy planning and technical engineering to financing — all the way through to ongoing operations.

Take a Video Site Tour:

The videos below introduce selected sites in Entergy’s four-state region, suggesting some of what you might experience from a site visit. They tell the story of the land, natural resources and community overlaid with statistics about these assets.

Liberty County Texas – county profile featuring sites available to support potential industry, community highlights and resources.

Mississippi River Deep Water Sites – Louisiana’s support system for Mississippi River deepwater industries, including sites with deep water river access.

New Orleans Assets and Selected Site Options – highlighting cultural and business statistics and views of selected site options.

New Orleans – snapshot of the city and port, featuring several industrial sites and real estate options.

Northeast Louisiana – regional profile featuring industrial sites available to support potential industry, along with community highlights and resources.

Northwest Mississippi Mega Site  – 2,300-acre Entergy-Mississippi qualified industrial site with Mississippi River frontage in Desoto County.

Northeast Louisiana Franklin Farm  – 1,440-acre state-owned industrial site featuring Northeast Louisiana’s community highlights and resources available to support potential industry.

Southeast Louisiana – Baton Rouge Capital Region – Mississippi River Deep Water Sites – Louisiana’s support system for Mississippi River deepwater industries, including sites within the Baton Rouge capital region with deep water river access.

Southeast Louisiana – River Parishes South – Mississippi River Deep Water Sites ­– Louisiana’s support system for Mississippi River deepwater industries, including sites within River Parishes’ South Region with deep water river access.

White Bluff Arkansas – 300-acre industrial site located on the Arkansas River next to Entergy’s White Bluff generating facility in Jefferson County.

You may also access Entergy videos on our economic development website, GoEntergy.com

And if you agree seeing is believing, we invite you to see much more of what the Entergy region offers. Contact Angie or Sam to answer questions, give you more information, schedule a site visit and help you take the next step toward finding the perfect site for building your business.

Angie Joe, Manager, Business Development
o. 281.297.2223, m. 832.275.8840
10055 Grogans Mill Road, The Woodlands, TX 77380

Sam Richardson, Manager, Business Development
o. 225-754-6106, m. 225-603-8374
9585 Pecue Lane Baton Rouge, LA 70810


Key Industries

Advanced Materials, Agribusiness, Automotive Manufacturing, Chemical Products, Data Centers, Distribution and Warehousing, Energy Services & Manufacturing, Food Processing, Metal Fabrication, Primary Metals, Wood and Paper Products

Entergy Economic Development - Robert Guillot

Robert Guillot is a Professional Civil Engineer with 17 years of consulting engineering and six years of technical engineering services support with Entergy. Robert brings outstanding skills and capabilities in civil design, construction and surveying to his position as leader of Entergy’s Economic Development Site Development Program.