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FullStack Modular Relocates-Plans Hamden, Connecticut, Headquarters

FullStack Modular, an innovator in the design, manufacture, and construction of mid- and high-rise multifamily buildings, hotels, and student housing, will establish operations in Hamden, Connecticut. The roughly $12 million project is expected to create 100 jobs.

The company will relocate its U.S. headquarters to 30 Edmund Street.

"We are thrilled and honored to have Governor Lamont welcome us into a region that is pro-business and just as dedicated as we are to creating solid jobs for families and individuals of all backgrounds," noted FullStack Modular Founder and President Roger Krulak. "The state, local government, and business communities have shown their support and commitment to being a future-forward area focused on development, innovation, and broadening the affordable housing market."

American-made FullStack Modular is a tech-driven, fully integrated, sustainable, and radically efficient modular company that requires no concrete core. The company was acquired by Roger Krulak in September 2016 from Forest City Ratner Companies.

"FullStack Modular is a growing design/manufacture company that is responsible for developing forward-thinking projects located throughout the country, and we are thrilled that they have made the decision to move their headquarters and bring at least 100 new jobs to Connecticut," noted Governor Ned Lamont. "The greater New Haven community will be a perfect fit for an innovative company like FullStack Modular, and I look forward to seeing their continued growth here."

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