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Allura Expands Operations Campus in Terre Haute, Indiana

Fiber cement siding manufacturer Allura re-opened its third United States manufacturing plant, a 438,000 square-foot facility, in Terre Haute, Indiana.

Situated on a 95-acre tract, Allura's Terre Haute plant houses a 428,000 square-foot manufacturing facility, 9,120 square-foot office building, 85-foot high, multi-level water building with three internal vessels, 1,200 square-foot dosing building and various storage yards, railroad spars and parking areas.

According to company officials, the expansion was “fueled by record demand for its home-building products.”

The re-opened Terre Haute plant will provide much-needed product availability as Allura develops markets throughout the midwest, according to Allura CEO, Jessica L. Navascues.

Allura's customers include regional and national homebuilders who use the company's fiber cement building products in the construction of new homes and remodeling of existing homes. In October 2017, Allura signed a national agreement with KB Home to serve as the homebuilder's exclusive supplier of exterior fiber cement siding products.

Allura is part of Elementia, an international company which produces building materials for the construction sector through cement, building systems and metals divisions in nine countries throughout the Americas.


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