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MMY US Establishes Louisville, Kentucky, Modular Housing Operations

Modular home manufacturer MMY US plans to establish production operations in Louisville, Kentucky. The $6.1 million project is expected to create 73 jobs.

The company secured a 10-year lease with a purchase option for a five-acre industrial facility at 1344 Beech Street, which will have the capability to produce 500 housing units per year. Production is scheduled for later this year.

“The opening of this Advanced Modular Manufacturing Facility will signify a major acceleration in Kentucky’s construction industry and will position Kentucky as one of the world’s most technologically advanced players in modern methods of construction,” said Robin Bartram Brown, CEO of MMY US. “At MMY US, we believe in fair compensation for hard work, delivering an average wage of $30/hour to ensure our staff earns a decent living wage. Diverse and inclusive teams lead to superior decision-making, which benefits everyone. At MMY US, we are dedicated to fostering a workplace that is both diverse and equitable, ensuring our workforce mirrors the communities we are a part of."

Louisville Metro Government awarded the company a $500,000 grant.

“Congratulations to MMY US and to the West Louisville community for adding yet another quality employer for Kentucky’s talented workforce,” noted Governor Andy Beshear. “The commonwealth continues to attract companies that are creating great jobs and providing valuable resources for our residents, and MMY US is a prime example of that. I’m happy to welcome MMY US to the commonwealth and look forward to a long, successful partnership here.”

MMY US specializes in scalable, multiplex homes that can be built in a factory, then transported to a property.

“From delivering new housing solutions to creating good-paying jobs with benefits like childcare, MMY is making a game-changing investment in West Louisville that will position our city to lead,” added Mayor Craig Greenberg. “West Louisville will now be the national epicenter of modular housing construction, and I am so grateful to MMY leaders for their commitment to Louisville, our people and our future.”

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