In August of 1999, TRITEC affiliates acquired nine parcels of land totaling approximately 47 acres in a defunct industrial park, then known as the Brookhaven R&D Plaza. The park is located on the southeast corner of the Long Island Expressway and the William Floyd Parkway in Shirley, Long Island, New York. All nine parcels are zoned L1- Light Industrial and located in a Compatible Growth Area and a designated Empire Zone.
TRITEC developed and implemented a plan to revitalize and rebrand the park. The plan included renaming the park, the Department of Energy cleaning the environmental problems caused by Brookhaven National Laboratory (BNL), and landscaping the common areas. Also, the Town of Brookhaven's Economic Development Corporation completed the road, electric, water, and gas service.
TRITEC arranged for a new Sewer District to be fully funded, $9,370,000 through the Federal Stimulus Plan and the New York State Environmental Facilities Corporation, creating the Town of Brookhaven Sewer District #2.
TRITEC has constructed two buildings and sold eight parcels, and the last piece of land is in contract.