Campbell Heights Business Park Sees 7.84% Growth in 2020

Located in south-east Surrey, Campbell Heights Business Park has quickly established itself as premier industrial hub in the lower mainland

January 28, 2021

Mountains and blue sky with industrial buildings below

Surrey is home to a diverse manufacturing sector, offering a variety of employment opportunities for a growing local workforce. At 317 square kilometres, it is the largest city in Metro Vancouver, and has approximately 46% of Metro Vancouver’s total mixed employment land.

Surrey is home to eight business parks, including:

Located in south-east Surrey, Campbell Heights Business Park has quickly established itself as premier industrial hub in the lower mainland, with over 1,971 acres of mixed employment land. With over 340 licensed businesses, the business park saw 7.84% growth in 2020, despite the pandemic.  The City projects the area’s employment will increase by almost 300% to approximately 20,500 over the next 30 years.

With a nearby connection to Highway 1, and only 10 minutes from the Canada/USA border, the business park offers quick access to all major routes of the Lower Mainland, with nearby outdoor amenities, and meticulous surrounding landscape.

“With almost 8% growth through this time of pandemic, we feel confident that this popular business park will continue to advance as a premier destination for industry in British Columbia,” said Mayor Doug McCallum. 

Home to numerous small and large businesses, notable organizations include:

  • Starline Windows/Installation Ltd
  • Nova Pole International Inc.
  • Eternity Medical
  • DSV Solutions
  • Amazon Canada Fulfillment Services ULC
  • Garaventa Canada Ltd
  • CorLiving Distribution Ltd
  • Advance Wire Products
  • PPI Canada
  • Fire Tech Manufacturing
  • Method Innovates

What Businesses are Saying about Campbell Heights:

“Previously located in Port Kells, Nova Pole was looking to acquire a larger area of land for our facility that would accommodate heavy-duty manufacturing,” said Rajwinder Johal, Vice President and Production Manager, Nova Pole. “Since many of our employees already live in Surrey, it was also important we stay local to ensure accessibility for our staff, while continuing to tap into the skilled local workforce. Campbell Heights is a place where we can establish long-term roots, and we intend to stay here as our business continues to grow.”  


“In 2016 we were looking for a high-quality facility with expansion potential and chose Campbell Heights, which was undergoing a rapid transformation of development at the time,” said Darren Footz, Founder of Nexe Innovations. “Fast forward, and 4 years later, this has proven to be a solid decision, as we are immediately adding 10,000 square feet, and looking at another 30,000 by the end of 2021.” 


“As a certified 95 PFE (N95 Face mask equivalent) manufacturer, we were looking for a space we could move into fast, with the ability to quickly set up a certified clean room,” said Jeffrey Wang, Co-Founder of Eternity Medical. “With its state-of-the-art modern facilities, we chose Campbell Heights because there was no need for lengthy renovations. We were able to build out our specialized space and get up and running in less than 6 months after the pandemic hit.” 

Read more about Eternity Medical’s medical masks.

 

Learn more about Campbell Heights Business Park, or contact Surrey’s Economic Development Division at EconDev@surrey.ca for more information.

“Campbell Heights has become popular for investors because of its large footprint opportunities, which are of limited supply in Metro Vancouver.” – Mayor Doug McCallum 

Mayor Doug McCallum at City Hall