The maker of metal specialty alloys will pay $6 million for 50 acres in Reading, PA, including four existing facilities totaling 355,000 square feet.
The super market chain will receive $3.8 million in state incentives and build a 1-million-square-foot facility, creating 156 jobs.
GE's decision to site a major new corporate office in New Orleans will create 300 new jobs in information technology and software development.
The equipment giant will build a 1 million-square-foot, $200-million facility in Clarke and Oconee counties for its Building Construction Products Division.
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The Georgia Competitiveness Initiative outlines the needs of each of the state’s 12 regions and includes a set of comprehensive recommendations to shape an economic development strategy for the state to ensure the success of job creation and business growth in Georgia. From the January/February 2012 issue.
The larger format will enable us to deliver our most comprehensive package of insightful features to date. We also will be introducing some new departments that will expand the scope of our coverage, while maintaining the level of expertise you have come to expect from a national publication that has been an industry leader for four decades. From the January/February 2012 issue.
To ensure future success of its flourishing aerospace industry, Washington is focusing on new investments in training and a new statewide coalition aimed at competitiveness. From the January/February 2012 issue.
Befitting a state that is home to majestic snow-capped Rockies, Utah continues to scale new heights with an aggressive economic development strategy that has made the Beehive State a leader in a bevy of high-growth sectors. From the January/February 2012 issue.
The White Marsh facility in Maryland will produce components for electric and hybrid vehicles, bringing U.S. auto jobs back from Mexico.
The past four years have hit hard. And while the logistics industry is no exception, some sectors are beginning to see light at the end of the tunnel. From the January/February 2012 issue.
Kentucky has a century-long tradition of building cars, going back to the Model T. A new long-term partnership with Ford will bring a bonanza of jobs to the Louisville region as the Bluegrass State sets its sights on becoming the top U.S. automotive manufacturing center.
Florida launched a number of major projects in 2011 that are helping to provide momentum for its innovative industry clusters and create higher-paying jobs. From the January/February 2012 issue.
With a new governor, the Magnolia State is moving to revitalize Mississippi’s business outlook in 2012 by focusing on emerging industries, including clean energy and the creative economy. From the January/February 2012 issue.
Louisiana remains a solid front runner for job growth and business development with best-in-the-nation workforce training and technology incentives that are cultivating a high-quality workforce. From the January/February 2012 issue.
The investment will support infrastructure improvements on WAA land adjacent to the Bombardier Flight Test Center in Wichita, KS.
The future of economic development is taking shape at major international air hubs that have become the anchor of an organically expanding growth strategy: the Aerotropolis. From the January/February 2012 issue.
Upstate New York was selected as one of seven regions nationwide to participate in the new JumpStart America initiative, aimed at accelerating small business growth.
The energy producer will expand capacity at its St. James Terminal to 11 million barrels, creating 301 new direct and indirect jobs in Southeast Louisiana.
Sky-high expectations that renewable energy would be the growth driver of a new economy are giving way to market-driven realities. From the January/February 2012 issue.
The company is investing $27.5 million in its Chesterfield County operation, which produces bullet-resistant composites for the U.S. military and law enforcement.
The Japanese carmaker will invest $131 million in an upgrade of the Indiana facility, creating 400 new jobs by 2013.
The financial firm will move its HQ from New York, invest $4 million and create 95 jobs in Kentucky.
Utilities who make up the largest electric power system in the Palmetto State are offering a new, lower rate to facilitate industrial expansion.