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Duncan Area Economic Development Foundation

8100 North Highway 81
Duncan, OK 73533
P: +1 580-255-9675

Clusters and Sectors


The Duncan Area Economy Is:
  • Energy: Oil & Natural Gas, Machinery, Manufacturing, Fabrication Assembly, Engineering Services
  • Transportation: Highway, Rail, Pipeline Transportation
  • Aerospace and Defense: Parts and Components Manufacturing, Military Related R&D, Maintenance Repair & Overhaul (MRO)
  • Information and Financial Services: Banking, Call Center, Computer Systems
  • Agriculture
  • Research and Development
The Duncan Area target industry is manufacturing, which utilizes our highly skilled workforce of machinist, welders, engineers, etc. Our workforce is known for their excellence in safety & quality production, adaptability, and continual learning environment to compete in an international arena. Because of this workforce culture, the Duncan Area is ready for business in any industry.

Land Available for Industrial Development

Duncan has over 500 acres of site-certified and shovel-ready properties and is ready to see any project quickly from announcement to production. Aerial videos of the sites are featured below.

Refer to Site Tab for additional information on land available in Duncan, Oklahoma.

Duncan, Oklahoma North Industrial Park

Duncan, Oklahoma 290 Acre Commercial Site Fly Over

Duncan, Oklahoma 70 Acre Greenfield Site

Bases, Installations, and Facilities

Home to the Field Artillery Training Command, Fort Sill is located in Comanche County, Southwest Oklahoma, adjacent to the city of Lawton, 30 minutes from Duncan, and 90 miles Southwest of Oklahoma City.

Fort Sill occupies 146 square miles. Current population is 53,000, composed of 20,000 military and civilian personnel, and 33,000 military family members.

Fort Sill, OK merged with artillery units from Fort Bliss, TX in 2011 as an outcome of the 2005 BRAC (Base Realignment and Closure Commission), retaining the name and increasing their population by 10,000.

All soldiers in Field Artillery receive skills training at Fort Sill. US Marines and international students from allied nations are also trained there.

Tourism


Located in Southwest Oklahoma, Duncan has been a crossroad for cowboys to railroads to oil men. Today Duncan is a thriving community providing history, culture, arts and much more to both residents and visitors alike. The spirit that turned cowboys into legends, cattlemen into men of fortune, and oilmen into giants lives on in Duncan. From the stories of the Chisholm Trail to the new Crapemyrtle Trail, the museums, antique stores, and special retreats which share Duncan’s rich and colorful western heritage is an experience to remember. Year round events, recreational facilities, and outdoor activities renew visitors with the spirit of adventure from the old west. Let Duncan be your home away from home for business or leisure. 

Visit DuncanCalendar.com for events taking place across the area.

Industry

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Establishments With 1-49 Employees
  1-4 5-9 10-19 20-49
Establishments With 50-999 Employees
  50-99 100-249 250-499 500-999
Establishments With 1,000+ Employees
  1,000+ 1,000-1,499 1,500-2,499 2,500-4,999 5,000+