Virginia Economic Development Partnership
Economic development creates opportunities to grow state, local and metro areas, which are essential for economic growth, improved quality of life and community development. Virginia Economic Development Partnership articles below.
The world's largest flooring manufacturer will create 35 new jobs as it modernizes its production facility in Carroll County, VA.
The third-party logistics provider will invest $72 million in new state-of-the-art distribution center in Stafford County, VA.
The $2.3 billion "ecodistrict" would generate nearly 2.3 million square feet of office and retail space, 2,400 housing units, two hotels, and a 17,000-seat arena.
Highway guardrail manufacturer SPIG Industry, LLC's expansion in Washington County, VA will create 113 new jobs.
Huntington Ingalls Industries, the nation’s largest military shipbuilder, will establish an unmanned systems facility in Hampton, VA.
The Israeli renewable energy company will invest $1.1 million to establish its U.S. subsidiary base in Arlington, VA, creating 33 new jobs.
The self-driving vehicle pioneer will invest $8.5 million to expand software development operations in Blacksburg, VA.
The wireless network operator will invest $30 million to relocate one of its Customer Experience Centers to Henrico County, VA.
The global eye health company will invest more than $35 million to expand its manufacturing facility in Lynchburg, VA.
The manufacturer will invest $7.6 million to relocate its headquarters and manufacturing operations from South Carolina to Grayson County, VA.
The maritime, ship repair, and manufacturing company will create 332 new jobs in City of Newport News, VA.
The company will establish a new subsidiary operation and create 15 new jobs in Henry County, VA with help from local and state economic development grants.
Staunton River Plastics will build a new 250,000-square-foot plant in Hurt, VA, creating more than 200 new jobs over four years.
The online retailer will create 1,000 jobs at a new robotics fulfillment center in Suffolk, and 500 at an import processing center in Chesapeake.
Moore will invest more than $31 million to establish the Richmond Print Group, a new venture in Henrico County, VA.
The software firm will invest $1.65 million to expand its corporate headquarters in Reston, VA.
The company will modernize and expand its manufacturing and technology operations in Chesterfield County, VA, creating 60 jobs.
The grocery retailer’s new regional distribution operation in Hanover County, VA will create 700 new jobs.
Israel Aerospace Industries Ltd. will invest in new headquarters operation and create more than 50 new jobs in Fairfax County, VA.
The specialty construction services company will create 34 new manufacturing jobs in the City of Norfolk, VA.
The global healthcare company will invest $16.7 million investment to expand its research and development operation in Richmond, VA.
The global contract research organization will invest $63.7 million to expand its bioanalytical lab in Henrico County, VA.
The mechanical piping systems company will expand its manufacturing operations, creating 105 new jobs in the City of Manassas.
The Mexico-based automotive solutions company will create 25 new jobs with an expansion of its Roanoke manufacturing operations in Botetourt County, VA.
The gaming software developer will invest $1.3 million to expand its corporate headquarters in Albemarle County, VA.
Litehouse will invest $46 million in the City of Danville, VA at the packaged food company's first East Coast production facility.
Home to the nation’s largest data center market, its third-largest port, the third-highest concentration of tech workers and the HQ of 37 Fortune 1000 companies, Virginia offers diverse opportunities for success.