Impresa Building Systems Expands Greenwood, South Carolina, Factory
The 240,000-square-foot production facility will increase the company’s operating capacity to meet growing demand and is targeted toward regional builders and developers to produce private-label residential homes in the Southeast region. The location is expected to be operational by January 2022, and in full production by July 2022, which at capacity is estimated to be more than 300 homes per year.
“We are so excited to locate our flagship factory in Greenwood. The facility will be a combination of process proven off-site modular construction practices with today’s cutting-edge methods to be an industry leader. As always, workforce is key, and we are driving to assemble top talent in all disciplines,” Impresa Building Systems of Greenwood SC, LLC President and General Manager Dan Hobbs said.
The Coordinating Council for Economic Development has approved job development credits related to this project. The Council also awarded Greenwood County a $200,000 Set-Aside grant to assist with related project costs.
“South Carolina continues to build on its success in the manufacturing sector, and Impresa Building Systems of Greenwood SC, LLC establishing operations in the Palmetto State provides another boost. We congratulate the company and Greenwood County on today's announcement and look forward to watching them succeed within our borders,” added Secretary of Commerce Harry M. Lightsey III.
Impresa Modular is a residential home design, sales and development company that specializes in providing a consumer-friendly way to build and purchase homes around the United States.
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