Greenfield announces regional vendor summit

Published 10:02 am Wednesday, September 28, 2022

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WALLACE — Greenfield Louisiana, in partnership with construction contractor Weitz, are encouraging the local community to register for their October vendors and contractors Summit by September 30, 2022. Registration details are available at

Women-owned, minority-owned, veteran owned business enterprises and other disadvantaged businesses are encouraged to register, as well as anyone interested in contributing to the construction of Greenfield Louisiana’s Export Grain Terminal.

Examples of interested registrants may provide the following services:

  • Concrete and Masonry
  • Metals, Wood, or Plastics
  • Buildings – Structural
  • Buildings – Finishes
  • Equipment – Permanent
  • Equipment – Temporary
  • Mechanical, Plumbing, HVAC
  • Electrical, Instrumentation, IT, Lighting
  • Furnishings
  • Earthwork
  • Landscaping, Fencing, Drainage
  • Utilities
  • Material Processing and Handling   

Greenfield Louisiana’s state-of-the-art export grain terminal will help the West Bank transition to a cleaner, more sustainable local economy that builds prosperity while also honoring and protecting the natural, cultural and historic resources of the region.

Central to this transition is its commitment to combatting the legacy of environmental injustice that has historically damaged the health and well-being of Black communities along the Mississippi. Greenfield will be the most technologically advanced and environmentally-sound facility of its kind in North America, creating good-paying, safe green-jobs in a growing industry.

Its economic benefits will include investments in training and workforce development support for pillars of the community like West St. John High School, hundreds of additional jobs and activity at local small businesses, and millions of dollars in new tax revenue.