1. quarry: an excavation in solid rock from which building stone, limestone, etc. is removed.
  2. mine: an excavation in the earth for the purpose of extracting earth materials.
  3. stockpile: a reserve stock of material, equipment or other supplies.
  4. power station area: a stationary plant containing apparatus for large-scale conversion of some form of energy (hydraulic, steam, chemical, nuclear, etc.) into electrical energy.
  5. refinery area: a system of process units used to convert crude petroleum into fuels, lubricants and other petroleum-derived products.
  6. timber yard: a storage area for wood used for building, carpentry or joinery.
  7. factory area: a group of buildings where goods are manufactured.
  8. tank farm: an area in which a number of large-capacity storage tanks are located, generally used for crude oil or petroleum products.
  9. wind farm: an area in which numerous wind motors are located.
  10. slag heap/spoil heap: hill of refuse from a mine, industrial plant; etc. on land (adapted from Concise Oxford Dictionary)