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Master Steel Expands Hardeeville, South Carolina, Operations

Master Steel, a structural steel fabrication company, plans to expand its operations in Hardeeville, South Carolina. The $10 million project is expected to create 14 jobs.

The investment includes a new fabrication shop, a 10-ton outside girder crane and new robotic machinery at the company’s facility located at 9769 Speedway Blvd.

“We named our business Master Steel because we work for our Master, the Lord Jesus Christ. He has been good to us through these many years in good times and bad. He has never left us. We are where we are today because of His blessings, not because we are good, but because He is good. He has given us good employees, good opportunities and clients. Our goal is to bring Him glory by enriching the lives of the families involved in our business in Jasper County and the surrounding areas,” Master Steel President and CEO Priscilla Stephens said.

As an incentive the Coordinating Council for Economic Development awarded a $50,000 Set-Aside grant to Jasper County to assist with the costs of real property improvements.

“We congratulate Master Steel on its success in South Carolina and the additional jobs this project will create in Jasper County. The company’s continued investment in one of our state’s rural communities is reason to celebrate,” Secretary of Commerce Harry M. Lightsey III noted.

Master Steel, LLC is a structural steel fabrication and erection company that specializes in turn-key projects.

“Congratulations to Master Steel and Jasper County on the expansion! Master Steel is a vital member of our industrial community, and we are pleased to share their success story as their company continues to flourish in the SouthernCarolina Alliance region. SCA looks forward to working with Master Steel in the coming years as the company continues to grow," SouthernCarolina Alliance President and CEO Danny Black added.

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