Reinicke Athens Plans Addition Expansion In Laurens County, South Carolina
The additional funds adds to RAI’s initial $4.5 million capital investment in the project. Once construction is completed the company will be able to further strengthen its existing customer base in South Carolina. Founded in 1996 in Athens, Georgia, RAI specializes in fast-track installations, plant shutdowns, relocation of industrial manufacturing equipment and full-service, turnkey construction. With a client list that includes many Fortune 500 companies, Reinicke thrives on competitive bidding as well as negotiations with both small and large projects alike.
“RAI has been blessed to have the opportunity to grow. We are excited to announce that we are expanding our original Gray Court project to accommodate the growth and opportunities we are experiencing. Laurens County and the State of South Carolina have been instrumental in helping us make the decision to expand, and we look forward to a long and mutually beneficial relationship with all of those involved,” said RAI President Mark Christopherson.
“We were excited last year when RAI announced its decision to build this facility in Laurens, and we’re even more excited today to celebrate this additional investment. We’ve worked extremely hard to create a business environment in South Carolina where companies can grow and succeed, and RAI’s decision to invest further in Laurens County is proof that we have done exactly that,” said Governor Nikki Haley.
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