Carlisle Construction Materials, a division of Carlisle Companies Incorporated, is investing $62 million in a new 455,000 square foot production and manufacturing facility, on approximately 124 acres, at Sikeston South Industrial Park in Sikeston, Missouri. The project is expected to create 100 jobs.
According to the Missouri Director of Economic Development, the company chose Missouri for its central location, which will help reduce lead times as regional demand continues to grow for construction materials. CCM will look to start construction in the summer of 2021 and is expected to be operational by the first quarter of 2023.
“The new polyiso facility adds to our industry leading capabilities and represents the company’s ongoing commitment to delivering a world-class customer experience,” Nick Shears, President of CCM, said. “It is strategically located to better serve the central U.S. and will result in improved service for CCM customers in the region. The production of energy-saving insulation and reduction of shipping lanes are both important to Carlisle’s ESG leadership position.”
“We’re excited that Carlisle Construction Materials is continuing to grow its operations in our state,” Governor Mike Parson said. “This project and the resulting new jobs will help boost employment and economic development in the region both now and in the future, a major win for Sikeston and all of Southeast Missouri.”
The company is a diversified manufacturer and supplier of premium building products and related technologies for the commercial and residential construction markets, and this new location would be its fiftieth location nationwide.
“Congratulations to Carlisle Construction Materials on this new expansion,” Missouri Director of Economic Development Rob Dixon said. “The continued investment from this company in our state demonstrates the growth potential for all businesses in Missouri. The high-quality jobs created through this project will have a huge impact on Sikeston and the surrounding area.”