15 Mar 2023
ECG’s Office of Economic and Community Development is excited to announce that Scott Berta has been named Manager of Industrial Development. With his experience in economic development and business, we are confident that he will bring fresh ideas and perspectives to help grow Georgia and support our member communities.
The ECG Industrial Economic Development team assists prospective companies interested in opening new facilities or expanding existing operations in Georgia. From lead genesis to location announcement, our business development professionals assist companies with all aspects of the site selection process for manufacturing, distribution, and office and headquarters projects.
“Scott brings a wealth of economic development and business knowledge, and we are thrilled to have him on board. With his expertise in the industry, I am confident that Scott will significantly contribute to our team’s growth and success. Please join me in welcoming Scott, and we look forward to working with him and seeing the positive impact he will make as we move forward.”Daryl Ingram, Sr. VP and Chief External Officer, ECG
Before joining ECG, Scott was a project manager and GIS/Site Specialist at the Coweta County Development Authority. During his time, Scott fostered vital local and state relationships and his knowledge of sites and environmentals, allowing for over $3 billion in capital investment for Coweta County.
As our Industrial Development Manager, Scott will manage the statewide industrial project management team with the ECG Office of Economic & Community Development. He will lead the team in recruiting new and expanding industrial businesses to Georgia while collaborating with our statewide partners.
“I am thrilled to join such a dynamic and talented team at ECG, and our team brings unique skill sets that position us to provide excellent results for Georgia and our partners,” said Berta. “It is an exciting time for economic and community development, and I am grateful for this opportunity at such an incredible organization.”