Part Three of the Project Brief, addresses a specific strategy for collectively developing locally owned small and mid-size factories and companies into a manufacturing network to supply a city-region. What's more, it traces a path from factory network to the development of cooperative construction industry and co-owned marketplaces. It also develops business opportunities to supply green energy and machine technologies to a regional growers network as part of a “green” products movement and ways in which factories can benefit directly from materials and raw goods from the farm-side. Capitalization, investment, and partnership strategy is discussed along revenue sharing, distribution, and marketplace co-ownership models. If you have ever wondered how to make factories really work and sustain themselves, this is the model.