Heatworks Expands Mount Pleasant, South Carolina, Operations
To accommodate its continued growth, the company is relocating its headquarters to a larger facility to consolidate its offices and laboratory in one location. The Mount Pleasant, facility is expected to be operational by the end of 2017.
“What brought us together initially was the frustration with getting hot water delivered to an outdoor shower. We were sure if it was happening to us, then other people were probably having the same dilemma. Not only did we seek to solve our initial problem, but we’re changing the way the world heats water,” said Heatworks Founder & CEO Jerry Callahan.
“South Carolina’s world-class workforce continues to demonstrate a level of excellence that is unmatched, and as a result, companies like Heatworks continue to grow and thrive in our state. I congratulate this great company and look forward to all that we know they’ll achieve in Charleston County,” said Governor Henry McMaster.
“Charleston County is well-suited for Heatworks’ expansion with our business-friendly environment and access to a diverse talent pool. We are proud that they have decided to expand here,” Charleston County Council Chairman Victor Rawl said.
“The Heatworks announcement demonstrates our investment in supporting and fostering growth within our existing businesses through our Business Concierge program. We are grateful for Heatworks’ steadfast commitment to Charleston County,” explained Charleston County Economic Development Executive Director Steve Dykes.
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