Interactive map of CIRAS activities and related statistics. Interactive map showing the economic impact of CIRAS activities and related statistics for each county in Iowa. ADAIR ADAMS ALLAMAKEE APPANOOSE AUDUBON BENTON BLACK HAWK BOONE BREMER BUCHANAN BUENA VISTA BUTLER CALHOUN CARROLL CASS CEDAR CERRO GORDO CHEROKEE CHICKASAW CLARKE CLAY CLAYTON CLINTON CRAWFORD DALLAS DAVIS DECATUR DELAWARE DES MOINES DICKINSON DUBUQUE EMMET FAYETTE FLOYD FRANKLIN FREMONT GREENE GRUNDY GUTHRIE HAMILTON HANCOCK HARDIN HARRISON HENRY HOWARD HUMBOLDT IDA IOWA JACKSON JASPER JEFFERSON JOHNSON JONES KEOKUK KOSSUTH LEE LINN LOUISA LUCAS LYON MADISON MAHASKA MARION MARSHALL MILLS MITCHELL MONONA MONROE MONTGOMERY MUSCATINE O'BRIEN OSCEOLA PAGE PALO ALTO PLYMOUTH POCAHONTAS POLK POTTAWATTAMIE POWESHIEK RINGGOLD SAC SCOTT SHELBY SIOUX STORY TAMA TAYLOR UNION VAN BUREN WAPELLO WARREN WASHINGTON WAYNE WEBSTER WINNEBAGO WINNESHIEK WOODBURY WORTH WRIGHT
 

Economic Impact and Client Results by County

The Center for Industrial Research and Service (CIRAS) was created in 1963 to improve the quality of life in Iowa by helping businesses and their communities prosper and grow. Our individually tailored strategy Engage. Educate. Embed. means we work with companies to fashion solutions specific to their individual needs. Coupled with a satisfaction guarantee, our typical client has achieved a 200% Return on Investment.

A vast network of university and industry experts brings years of professional experience to CIRAS, making us a leading integrator of solutions in Iowa. Over the past five years, CIRAS and its partners have reported impact from companies totaling more than $2.5 billion (sales gained or retained $2.1 billion, new investments $0.3 billion, costs saved or avoided $0.1 billion) and nearly 26,000 jobs created or retained as a result of the assistance they received.