Re:Build Manufacturing invests $81 million to build manufacturing center in Pennsylvania

May 2, 2023
The company’s $81 million investment will be used to implement innovative fabrication, manufacturing, and integration and assembly projects at their New Kensington facility.

Re:Build Manufacturing has announced plans to construct a manufacturing center in the New Kensington Advanced Manufacturing Park in Pennsylvania. The company’s $81 million investment will be used to implement innovative fabrication, manufacturing, and integration and assembly projects at their New Kensington facility, as well as create 300 new jobs. Re:Build will also focus on training people for highly skilled careers in manufacturing by working with Westmoreland County Community College and vocational schools to develop students into potential future employees.

In a recent quote, Pennsylvania Governor Josh Shapiro said, “I’m proud that Re:Build chose Western Pennsylvania for this project – sending a strong signal to other companies that Pennsylvania is open for business and we want you here. Making our Commonwealth a leader in innovation, job creation, and economic development is a top priority for my Administration, and we stand ready to continue making projects like this one possible. The funding increases in my budget will help us attract more companies like Re:Build that want to come to Pennsylvania and help retain the growing businesses that are already here – and we will continue to drive innovation on a global scale.”

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