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US Building Innovations Plans Headquarters-Manufacturing Hub In Seneca, South Carolina

US Building Innovations, Inc., a company that specializes in the production of advanced coatings, is expanding its Upstate operations and manufacturing with a new $1 Million headquarters facility in Seneca, South Carolina. The company is expected to generate 31 new jobs in Oconee County.

As the future home of USBI’s headquarters, the company’s new 17,000-square-foot facility, located at 391 Newry Road in Seneca, South Carolina, will also house a research and development lab, warehouse and distribution space and manufacturing operations. The facility is expected to be fully operational by the end of 2016, with hiring for the new positions anticipated to begin in the fourth quarter of 2015.

Founded in Pickens, South Carolina, in 2011, USBI began as a wholesale provider of hydrophobic surface coatings. In an effort to meet the growing demands of its customer base, the company expanded its operations to include product development and manufacturing. Specializing in advanced coatings, USBI serves a vast spectrum of industries, ranging from marine, auto and aviation to electronics, architectural and residential applications.

“USBI is proud to announce the launch of our new facility in Oconee County. We are grateful for the environment to grow, and for the support the state of South Carolina and Oconee County provide for business. We look forward to being part of the continuing economic success of the Upstate.,” said USBI President Erin Roussey.

“Team South Carolina has truly cultivated a positive business climate throughout our state, allowing businesses like US Building Innovations to grow and thrive. I offer my congratulations to USBI on their decision to expand, affirming that the South Carolina is ‘Just right’ for business,” said Secretary of Commerce Bobby Hitt.

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