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Serve Electric Expands Sterling Heights, Michigan, Manufacturing Operations

09/07/2021
Full-service electrical contractor Serve Electric plans to move its current headquarters into a larger facility in Sterling Heights, Michigan. The $2.7 million project is expected to create 240 new jobs.

According to state officials, the company has been experiencing significant growth. The facility will provide additional warehousing space, accommodate new staff and house a training center. Serve Electric currently has roughly 150 employees in Michigan.

“We are grateful for this opportunity to partner with MEDC to further empower Michiganders who are looking to create strong, lasting careers as electricians,” said Serve Electric CEO Scott Clode.

The project will result in a $350,000 Jobs Ready Michigan grant that will be used to provide training for 100 employees.

“As new investment continues to occur in our state, working closely with companies that are already here in Michigan to ensure they have the best opportunity to grow, thrive and offer pathway careers for our workforce is critical to our future,” said?Quentin L. Messer, Jr., CEO of Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC) and President and Chair of the MSF Board. “We are excited to work with AGP and Serve Electric to ensure their continued success in this great state, and stand proudly alongside our local partners in Southeast Michigan to build a championship economy in Michigan that starts with expanding our incumbent Michigan businesses right here.”

Serve Electric, headquartered in Sterling Heights, Michigan, is a full-service electrical contractor that builds control panels, installs and programs automation lines, and works on manufacturing equipment. The company serves customers in the automotive, material handling and food and beverage industries.

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