$30M funding to deliver housing producer to Oconee County > GSA Enterprise


A modular residence producer is organising store in Oconee County’s metropolis of Westminster.

The head of Impact Housing Group says the efficiency of modular design and construction helps the company provide affordable housing. (Photo/Impact Housing Group)Affect Housing Group, a builder of modular design housing, stated via the state Commerce Division that it’s going to set up new operations with a $30 million funding that can create 215 new jobs over the subsequent 5 years.

Affect Housing Group is an built-in modular housing firm that gives options for extra inexpensive houses which can be assembled off-site in a managed atmosphere, in line with a information launch, that results in sooner supply. President and CEO Cecil Phillips says his firm’s merchandise present options to inexpensive housing challenges.

“As increasingly communities are challenged by the dearth of important housing, our new manufacturing facility in Westminster … will present quality-engineered, fashionable, modular housing options at a extra inexpensive worth,” Phillips stated within the launch. “Our houses will positively influence the standard of life and financial progress of individuals and their communities for a very long time to return.”

That off-site location can be in Oconee Business and Know-how Park in Oconee Enterprise Parkway in Westminster. Operations are anticipated to be on-line by this time subsequent yr.

“Oconee County couldn’t be extra excited and appreciative that Affect Housing Group has chosen our group for his or her new manufacturing facility, Oconee County District 3 Councilman Paul Cain stated within the information launch. “It’s a testomony to the county’s wonderful enterprise local weather and a workforce that helps various numerous manufacturing operations, in addition to the supply of key coaching companions, equivalent to Tri County Tech, Hamilton Profession Heart and the efforts of Oconee Financial Alliance.”

The Coordinating Council for Financial Growth has accepted job growth credit associated to this venture. The council additionally awarded a $250,000 Set-Apart grant to Oconee County to help with the prices of web site preparation and constructing development.

Attain Ross Norton at 864-720-1222.


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