Delta Star To Expand Operation In Virginia
Virginia brings in millions in capital investment from Delta Star, a medium transformer manufacturer that is expanding into Lynchburg.
When Do Companies Need Site Selection Services?
Selecting a location requires orchestrating a range of resources and data points. Here are five ways hiring a site selection consultant improves this process.
Delta Electronics’ California HQ Earns New LEED Certification
Delta Electronics Americas HQ is the first LEED Zero Energy-Certified Green Building in Fremont, California.
Successful Operations In QOZs Through Planning And Monitoring
With proper planning, additional compliance hurdles for operating a business in a Qualified Opportunity Zone (QOZ) are minimal considering the benefits.
METUS Opens New Jersey Distribution, Training Facility
New 400,000-square-foot Distribution and Training Center in Florence, NJ is intended to strengthen Mitsubishi Electric Trane HVAC US LLC’s supply chain, provide efficient heat pump distribution to the Northeastern U.S.
Re:Build Manufacturing Project To Create $81M Investment In Western Pennsylvania
Re:Build's cutting-edge manufacturing center will bring 300 jobs to Westmoreland County. And in Williamsport, Prysmian Group North America will invest $22.5M in its manufacturing expansion.
19th Annual LiveXchange Brings Together Business
At Business Facilities LiveXchange, site selection professionals with active relocation and expansion projects in the pipeline meet with economic developers to maximize their time and results.
Location Spotlight: City of Fontana – Open for Business
From agriculture to steel, from healthcare to transportation, Fontana is an economic powerhouse. Due to its geographic location, Fontana has become a vital hub for the supply chain linking suppliers to businesses to consumers throughout the world.
Location Spotlight: Colorado’s Grand Junction – Where Business Meets Adventure
The Grand Junction area is the largest metropolitan area in western Colorado, with the amenities and infrastructure companies need to operate globally. Situated halfway between Denver and Salt Lake City, the Grand Junction area is easily accessible by air, rail, highway, and WiFi.
Dura-Line To Invest $52M In West Texas
An expansion of Orbia’s Connectivity Solutions business Dura-Line will bring 141 new jobs to the Lubbock Business Park, Texas.
Delaware Grows: Homegrown Popcorn And Tech Startups
Fisher’s Popcorn will invest nearly $5M in to expand its manufacturing and wholesale operations in Frankford, DE. Plus, 15 up-and-coming tech companies earn grants in Startup302 competition.
Duke Energy Awards $125,000+ To Support Indiana Economic Growth
Awarded through Duke Energy’s Partnership Program, the grants will help 26 economic development organizations create new jobs and investment in Indiana.
Iowa: Manufacturing 4.0 Gets A Boost
The state’s largest industry is set to receive funding, and Google will grow its green data center in Council Bluffs, Iowa.
Pharmavite Breaks Ground On $200M Ohio Manufacturing Facility
The maker of Nature Made and MegaFood vitamins and supplements will create 225 jobs at its new production facility in New Albany, Ohio.
Cypress Cold Storage Building New Facility In Northwest Arkansas
The 207,285-square-foot cold storage facility is expected to create 50 new jobs in Springdale, Arkansas when construction is completed in 2024.
Initiatives in Maryland for education, environment, and global reach are driving growth across this Mid-Atlantic state.
SEM Wafertech, Solar4America To Invest $66M In South Carolina
The new Sumter County facility will create 300 jobs, help meet the need for locally sourced solar wafers as the demand for solar power continues to grow in the U.S.
Los Angeles Is Top City For EPA ENERGY STAR Certified Buildings
Los Angeles; Washington, DC; Atlanta; San Francisco; New York are top five cities for EPA ENERGY STAR Certified Buildings.
Utah Brings In Business
Utah Governor Spencer J. Cox discusses how robust business incentives offer companies vast opportunity in the Beehive State.
Historic Drexel Rail Site Readies For Its Next Chapter
When the Drexel Furniture factory left town in the late ’90s, it took crucial jobs and community support with it. Discover how the public power Town of Drexel is writing this 100-acre rail site’s next chapter.