BakerRisk’s 2,300 Acre Box Canyon Test Facility featured in San Antonio Business Journal

Our large-scale test facility, known as the Box Canyon Test Facility (BCTF), was recently featured in the San Antonio Business Journal as a unique ranch land. The article discusses the multi-faceted uses of the property, and how the location activities have positively impacted the surrounding areas.

Aside from the unique explosion testing conducted, the land is largely used for agricultural and wildlife management purposes. As the article discusses, this land enables BakerRisk to conduct large-scale tests which empowers our clients and related industries to create safer environments. Additionally, these tests are accomplished in a manner that is mindful of the neighbors and wildlife in the community.

"Do Not Enter" Sign at Box Canyon Test Facility entrance gate
“Do Not Enter” Sign at the Box Canyon Test Facility entrance gate

This special piece of land is the perfect fit for its unique range of usage. Click below to learn more about the unique testing services at our properties:

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Box Canyon Test Facility featured in San Antonio Business Journal
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