G-CON Manufacturing Expanded College Station, Texas Plant
The new facility, opening January 2020, consists of 25,000 sq. ft. of manufacturing space dedicated to POD architectural, mechanical, electrical and automation fit out.
“This facility allows us to grow our capacity from 170 to 200 PODs per year, a 15% increase,” said Blake Williams, Vice President of Operations at G-CON Manufacturing. “With the orders that we have received and the ever-expanding pipeline of new opportunities, we are continuing to invest in our facilities and elsewhere so that the POD value proposition can be fully realized.”
The facility will be equipped with a chilled water system and will be hot water capable. Electrical and waste systems will also be in place to support Factory Acceptance Tests provided with every project.
This development completes Phase 4 of G-CON’s growth at its manufacturing site in Texas, officials said. G-CON recently announced another 25,000 sq. ft. facility expansion for superstructures, doubling the company’s superstructure capacity.
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