M.C. Dean Expands North Charleston, South Carolina, Operations Complex
M.C. Dean is constructing a new 25,000-square-foot facility which will service its defense, technology, manufacturing and healthcare customers. The location will provide space for additional offices, engineering, simulation, testing labs and warehousing. Featuring open interior and exterior work, collaboration and recreation spaces, the facility will promote employee health, wellness and sustainability. The new facility will be completed by spring 2022.
“By more than doubling our electrical, electronic security, audio visual and IT systems evaluation, integration and testing lab capacity while expanding our regional employment, we’re able to deliver immediate value to our customers' quality, reliability and performance outcomes. South Carolina’s wealth of technical talent combined with its strong economic development environment make it an attractive location for our ongoing business investment,” said M.C. Dean CEO Officer Bill Dean.
The Coordinating Council for Economic Development has approved job development credits related to this project.
“We congratulate M.C. Dean, Inc. on this latest expansion in Charleston County. This new investment, which will create 126 jobs, further proves that our state has the business climate companies look for to find success,” said Secretary of Commerce Bobby Hitt.
With a presence in South Carolina for over 25 years, M.C. Dean, Inc. designs, builds, operates and maintains cyber-physical solutions for mission-critical facilities, secure environments, complex infrastructure and global enterprises. The company specializes in electrical, electronic security, audio visual, information technology, telecommunications, life safety, automation and command and control systems.
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