NCS Technologies Expands Headquarters to Prince William County, Virginia
The building will be used for headquarters office, assembly, and warehousing. This building will be constructed on 8.415 acres of land purchased from the County, located at 9665 Discovery Boulevard in Manassas.
NCS Technologies currently employs 120 people in Prince William County and this new building will provide NCS Technologies expansion space for 30 to 60 more employees. This represents an investment of $15 million by NCS Technologies.
NCS Technologies is a growing computer manufacturer and system integrator,” said Mark Christopher, Executive Vice President, and CFO, NCS Technologies, Inc. “The new facility will provide us an excellent, centrally located site for our headquarters and integration and manufacturing operations from which we will ship our products around the world. Consolidating our operations under one roof will significantly enhance our efficiency and productivity. We look forward to beginning the next exciting chapter in our future home at Innovation Park in 2021.”
“We are delighted to help facilitate expansion of NCS Technologies in Prince William County,” said Corey A. Stewart, Chairman, Prince William Board of County Supervisors.
“I am proud that NCS Technologies, a domestic leader in computer manufacturing headquartered here in Prince William County, has chosen Innovation Park for their expansion,” said Jeanine Lawson, Brentsville District Supervisor, Prince William Board of County Supervisors. “NCS is the perfect example of the kind of businesses we wish to attract to Innovation Park, technology companies seeking a forward thinking and business friendly environment.”
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