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Green Georgia Plans Thomaston, Georgia, Headquarters-Manufacturing Campus

Green Georgia, a sustainable building materials manufacturing company, will establish its new headquarters in Thomaston, Georgia. The $59 million project is expected to create over 170 jobs.

The 300,000-square-foot headquarters will be located on State Route 36 at the Thomaston-Upson Industrial Park and will allow the company to address increasing demand across the Southeast. Operations are scheduled to begin by early 2024.

“We are beyond excited to call Georgia home to our next plant and create over 170 jobs for Upson County,” said John Wolfington, Principal of Green Georgia. “Green Georgia is an eco-friendly building solutions company that is going to transform the way we build today. By building in a controlled environment, our products can be produced at a much lower cost and quicker than traditional construction without producing the waste that comes with traditional construction.”

Green Georgia, LLC works with top building industry leaders and uses cutting-edge technology to develop the highest quality, energy efficient, and green panel designs to create cost-effective building systems for commercial, industrial, retail, and residential markets.

“Green Georgia LLC’s eco-friendly building materials are designed to help businesses grow while reducing their impact on the environment,” noted Georgia Department of Economic Development Commissioner Pat Wilson. “With companies increasingly focused on meeting corporate sustainability goals, this new facility is uniquely positioned to support the growth of key industries in Georgia. In addition, Upson County has successfully grown its manufacturing industry over the last few years, and we are grateful for our partners who work with companies to build healthy communities through job creation.”

Project Manager Mellissa Takeuchi represented the Georgia Department of Economic Development’s (GDEcD) Global Commerce team in partnership with the Thomaston-Upson County Industrial Development Authority, Georgia Quick Start, and Georgia EMC.

“We are thrilled to welcome Green Georgia LLC to Thomaston and are excited about the opportunity this represents for our community,” added Kyle Fletcher, Executive Director of the Thomaston-Upson County Industrial Development Authority. “We believe their product and mission to provide sustainable materials furthers our community’s mission to attract innovative and forward-thinking companies to our region.”

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