The $2.2-million facility for equipment maker Digga North America will anchor Dyersville’s industrial park.
The new high-voltage power cable manufacturing plant is expected to create up to 200 jobs, servicing power transmission infrastructure projects in North America.
The U.S. is rapidly running out of storage space for the humongous amount of natural gas we’re producing.
The latest Competitive Alternatives study by the global tax advisory firm ranks Orlando, Tampa and Dallas-Ft. Worth second, third and fourth, respectively.
The hub in Zanesville, OH will support Halliburton’s customers in the development and production of energy from Utica shale, creating 300 jobs.
The maker of engineered components is moving its manufacturing from Nicholsville to its Porter County facility in Kouts.
The Newark-based insurance giant picks a 3.25-acre site on Broad St. for its $444-million building over a competing parcel next to the NJ Performing Arts Center.
The life sciences company will invest $10.6 million to construct a 137,500-square-foot manufacturing and global operations facility at the Noblesville Saxony Corporate Campus.
The $20-million project will nearly triple the size of the Sumter plant, moving production of large hydraulic cylinders currently made at the company’s Joliet, IL plant.
Ratner Steel Supply Co. will invest $14.3 million to build and equip a 102,000-square-foot steel service unit at the Port of Indiana Burns Harbor.