Clayco Relocates-Expands St. Louis, Missouri, Operations Center
The new 230,000-square-foot office will be located in NorthPark Development in Berkeley. The operations center will serve as home for various subsidiaries and many of the company’s design-build construction functions, including operations, business unit leadership, architecture, process engineering, safety, IT, marketing, finance/accounting, and talent management.
“This move signifies the momentous growth Clayco has experienced over the years as we take on new projects, expand our presence and double down on our commitment to the community that gave us so much,” said Clayco President and CEO Russ Burns. “We plan to utilize the new corporate space to continue to deliver world-class solutions for our clients and provide our team with access to state-of-the-art technology and amenities while demonstrating our commitment to building a sustainable future.”
Clayco will benefit from the Missouri Works program, a tool that helps companies expand and retain workers by providing access to capital through withholdings or tax credits for job creation. The BUILD program, a program that helps companies embark on major investment and job creation expansions, will also be used by the company.
“We’re grateful for Clayco’s ongoing commitment to St. Louis as it again chooses to invest and create jobs in the region,” noted Michelle Hataway, Acting Director of the Department of Economic Development. “For years, this company has benefited the St. Louis region by creating quality jobs and invaluable community impact. We’re proud to support Clayco alongside our partners as it builds on its long history in St. Louis and helps Missourians prosper.”
Clayco is a full-service, turnkey real estate development, master planning, architecture, engineering and construction firm that safely delivers clients across North America. The company specializes in the "art and science of building,"? providing fast-track, efficient solutions for industrial, commercial, institutional and residential related building projects.
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