Innovative Construction Group to build manufacturing site in Chatham County

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North Carolina Construction News staff writer

Innovative Construction Group, an off-site construction services company serving developers, general contractors and professional builders, will build a new manufacturing facility in Chatham County. The company announced a capital investment of $39.8 million and create 157 jobs over the next five years.

“Innovative Construction Group joins North Carolina’s business community at a time of strong growth and opportunity,” said Commerce Secretary Machelle Baker Sanders. “Just as this company is investing in our state, we must continue to invest in the public education and workforce training systems that are the building blocks of economic growth in North Carolina.”

The company serves building professionals focused on single-family, multi-family, and commercial construction projects. The company provides design services, manufactures wall panels, roof trusses and floor systems, and offers on-site installation to provide a full frame shell construction process. The company’s new facility in Siler City will add to the company’s current manufacturing capacity. It will include opportunities for production and woodworking personnel as well as for logistics and maintenance roles.

“North Carolina’s growth and reputation as an excellent place to do business continues to attract great companies to the state,” said North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper. “Our manufacturing workforce, combined with the world-class training programs that support those workers, help companies succeed in North Carolina.”

The North Carolina Department of Commerce led the state’s support for the company during its site evaluation and decision-making process.

ICG’s project in North Carolina will be facilitated, in part, by a Job Development Investment Grant (JDIG) approved by the state’s Economic Investment Committee.

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