A landmark wind energy project, sizable vertical farm, and new LEGO Group Factory powered by green energy are in development.
Over six years, Plenty Unlimited will invest $300 million to build the world’s largest indoor vertical farming campus in Chesterfield County, creating more than 300 jobs.
Civica will invest $27.8 million in a pharmaceutical testing facility in Chesterfield County; DroneUp will invest a total of $27.2 million in two facilities.
A solid education system, infrastructure investments, a strong workforce, and resilient business climate are just some of the many reasons why more and more companies choose to call Virginia home.
The beloved building toy maker will create more than 1,760 new jobs with its new manufacturing facility in Chesterfield County, VA.
In Virginia, a Germany-based automation solutions manufacturer is expanding in Newport News, while a peanut processor grows in Suffolk.
The company will invest $97 million to expand its clinical research laboratories into three new locations in Henrico County and the City of Richmond.
Rocket Lab USA will create 250 jobs at its new Neutron rocket launch site and manufacturing facilities at Wallops Island, VA.
With a skilled workforce, a business-friendly environment, great universities and a highly desirable standard of living, Virginia is at the top when it comes to best business climate.
The two commonwealths and one state were chosen for excellence in Business Climate, Dealmaking or Workforce/Educational System.
Siemens Gamesa will partner with Dominion Energy on the largest new renewable energy project in U.S., creating hundreds of new jobs in Portsmouth, VA.
CAVA's $30 million investment in a new processing and packaging operation will create 52 jobs in Augusta County, VA.
Food company Tyson Foods will invest $300 million in a new 325,000-square-foot manufacturing facility in Danville-Pittsylvania County, VA.
Everywhere from factory floors to research labs to virtual space—and every work space in between—today’s customized training programs are ensuring that new hires quickly get up to speed.
Virginia is injecting more than $2 billion into a Tech Talent Investment Program that cumulatively represents the largest state commitment to computer science education.
Millennials will soon make up 75 percent of the U.S. workforce—and locations that offer the right balance of living, working and playing are the frontrunners to acquire their skills.
The investment will help diversify the technology industry and bolster the Washington, DC region as a global innovation hub.
German auto parts manufacturer STS Group AG will create 120 jobs and invest $39 million in its new manufacturing facility in Wythe County, VA.
Shipping and logistics company CMA CGM Group will retain its Norfolk, VA headquarters, and invest $36 million to expand in Hampton Roads and Northern Virginia.
Pharmaceutical manufacturer Civica Inc. will build a 120,000-square-foot manufacturing facility in the City of Petersburg, VA.