North Carolina Kicks Off 1000 in 100 Workforce Development Initiative

Governor Pat McCrory and North Carolina Commerce Secretary Sharon Decker kicked off the statewide 1000 in 100 workforce development initiative with a listening tour in which they visited employers in different cities.

1000 in 100 NCWorks tour - Gov. Pat McCrory and NC Commerce Secretary Sharon Decker at Epes Transportation in Greensboro, NC

Gov. Pat McCrory and NC Commerce Secretary Sharon Decker at Epes Transportation in Greensboro for 1000 in 100 NCWorks tour

The initiative, announced as a part of the new NCWorks program, called for local workforce development teams across the state to visit 1,000 businesses throughout the state’s 100 counties during the last 100 days of this year to seek input from employers about their workforce needs.

NCWorks itself was launched earlier this year as a program that consolidates all of North Carolina’s workforce development efforts under one roof.

The 1000 in 100 initiative started off in Cary, NC with Gov. McCrory and Secretary Decker visiting DB Global Technology Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Deutsche Bank. DB Global Technology expanded its software development center in Wake County last year and announced plans to add 431 new jobs.

Company officials talked to the Governor and Sec. Decker and outlined their concerns about finding, hiring and retaining skilled workers.

State officials, accompanied by North Carolina Community College System President Scott Ralls, continued the listening tour to Charlotte to speak with company executives from Cummins/Atlantic, Novant Healthcare and HAWEUSA.

After that, the tour continued to Greensboro, where they spoke with executives from Epes Transportation, the state’s largest privately-owned transportation firm. Epes already works closely with Guilford Technical Community College for finding and hiring employees.

Epes also has an apprenticeship program for veterans taking truck driving training through a special arrangement with Fayetteville Technical Community College that conveniently allows the training to be completed at Fort Bragg.

Individual counties and local governments across North Carolina are arranging their own listening tours as part of the 1000 in 100 initiative. For example, teams of workforce development partners from Brunswick County will be visiting local businesses starting Oct 1.

The Brunswick County effort is being co-chaired by Cape Fear Workforce Development Director Margie Parker and by Velva Jenkins, vice president of Continuing Education, Economic and Workforce Development at Brunswick Community College.

The team undertaking the effort includes representatives from the Brunswick County Economic Development Commission, three local chambers, and the Small Business Center, among others.

Similarly, Town of Harrisburg Economic Development Director Anna Lu Wilson is coordinating the 1000 in 100 outreach efforts to contact businesses in Harrisburg.

The information gathered from all such efforts across the state will be combined with other research to develop recommendations for changes to improve North Carolina’s workforce development system.

Massachusetts Approves Economic Development Incentives for Amazon and Other Projects

At its latest quarterly meeting, the Massachusetts Economic Assistance Coordinating Council approved seven projects for participation in the Economic Development Incentive Program.

Amazon fulfillment

Amazon fulfillment (photo – amazon.com)

The approval of these projects enables creation of 433 new jobs and helps retain 460 existing jobs while generating $61 million in private investment across the Commonwealth.

One of the projects is a planning expansion by Amazon.com LLC in Stoughton, MA. Amazon is expanding its fulfillment network by adding a 328,000-square-foot fulfillment facility in Stoughton that will act as a distribution hub for the New England marketplace.

This Amazon facility will act as a pass-through location for package handling, receiving packages from larger distribution centers and loading them on to trucks for delivery across New England. Amazon is investing $20 million to upgrade the facility and will install $17 million worth of equipment and machinery.

The Amazon project will create 125 net new full-time jobs in Stoughton. Amazon is getting $600,000 in tax credits for this project under the Massachusetts Economic Development Incentive Program, along with personal property tax exemptions from the Town of Stoughton valued at nearly $2.9 million.

Oxford, MA-based IPG Photonics Corporation another company undertaking an expansion that has been approved for $750,000 in EDIP investment tax credits. IPG Photonics owns its headquarters in Oxford, but is leasing temporary space in the City of Marlborough, where they now want to invest $13.5 million to purchase and renovate two vacant buildings totaling 111,000 square feet.

IPG Photonics, which develops and manufactures optic-fiber lasers and amplifiers, will establish a high-tech advanced manufacturing facility in Marlborough, along with an R&D center and dedicated space for clean rooms and labs.

The IPG Photonics project will create 100 new full-time jobs at the site and enable the relocation of 24 employees over to Marlborough from other locations, in addition to helping the company maintain its overall Massachusetts-based workforce of 911 full-time employees.  Apart from the EDIP tax credits, the company is also getting a local tax benefit of $59,262 through a five-year tax increment financing agreement with the City of Marlborough.

The other five projects approved for EDIP investment tax credits are as follows:

Jacqueline’s Wholesale Bakery, Inc. – This Salem, MA-based frozen cookie producer is investing $4.7 million for adding a new 11,130-square-foot facility with 50 new jobs, while retaining 110 existing jobs. Jacqueline’s Wholesale Bakery is getting $478,181 in EDIP tax credits and additional tax benefits valued at $75,170 from the City of Salem.

Metrigraphics, LLC - This Wilmington, MA-based micron-scale components manufacturer is looking to relocate their manufacturing operations in order to be closer to their employees. The company’s site selection process included sites in both Massachusetts and New Hampshire before finalizing a 38,000-square-foot facility in Lowell, MA for the new headquarters.

Metrigraphics is investing over $10.2 million, and the project will create 29 net new jobs while helping retain 76 existing jobs. The project is being supported with $362,500 in EDIP tax credits and tax exemptions worth more than $1.32 million from the City of Lowell.

The other three projects by SMC Limited, New England Peptide and the Freedom Credit Union are not actually receiving EDIP investment tax credits, but applied to the EACC as a requirement for approval of their tax increment financing agreements with local governments.

Michael Hunter, executive director of the Massachusetts Office of Business Development, said in a release that supporting companies that are choosing to grow in Massachusetts is one of the Administration’s key economic development objectives for creating economic opportunity in every region of the Commonwealth.

Texas Community Economic Development Award Goes to Round Rock Chamber

The Texas Economic Development Council has named the Round Rock Chamber as a winner of the Community Economic Development Award (CEDA) in the category of cities with populations above 100,000.

This award from the TEDC is meant to recognize exceptional economic development contributions by Texas communities.

The Round Rock Chamber of Commerce and Economic Development Partnership was named as the CEDA winner in the category of cities with populations between 100,001 and 250,000.

Round Rock won the award for recruiting Thermasol, which develops and manufactures steam showers and saunas used in homes, hotels, spas and resorts. The company is relocating its headquarters from Simi Valley, CA to the City of Round Rock.

Thermasol has acquired 27 acres of land in the city in a business park that will house their new global headquarters. The company is about to break ground on the first of six planned buildings, each between 30,000 to 50,000 square feet, to be constructed in the business park.

Thermasol will be investing $3.5 million into the project, and plans to bring 45 new jobs to Round Rock as a start, and possibly increase the number of jobs to 60. The company is receiving $400,000 in Round Rock economic development incentives.

Ben White, the Round Rock Chamber’s vice president for economic development, said in a release that the community will really benefit from having a world-class business such as Thermasol. White added that having true shovel-ready sites to offer to other companies is an amazing bonus that will really open the door to further development and announcements.

The Texas Economic Development Council received submissions from 23 member communities across five population categories, all seeking to be named as the CEDA winners.

The submitted projects are judged based on five criteria including community commitment and leverage, innovativeness, measured objectives, transferability, and ancillary benefits to the community.

The CEDA winners for all five population categories will receive their awards at an awards luncheon on Oct 2 during the TEDC Annual Conference in Houston (Oct 1-3, 2014).

Apart from the luncheon, the conference at the Omni Houston Hotel also includes general and breakout sessions on numerous economic development trends and topic of interest, in addition to two peer group roundtables and two networking receptions. The conference theme this year is “Attracting, Retaining and Training Talent: Workforce Development for Economic Success.”

The TEDC Annual Conference is recognized by the International Economic Development Council and counts as professional development training for Certified Economic Developers (CEcD) recertification.

Los Angeles Economic Development Corp Layoff Aversion Program Helped Retain 5054 Jobs

Layoff Aversion work performed by the Los Angeles County Economic Development Corporation for the LA City Workforce Investment Board in fiscal year 2014 resulted in the retention of 5,054 jobs, of which 96 percent were manufacturing jobs.

LAEDC Layoff Aversion Program impact analysis

LAEDC Layoff Aversion Program impact analysis (photo – laedc.org)

This according to a report released by the LAEDC Institute for Applied Economics, which looked at the performance of the LAEDC and the Valley Economic Alliance which undertook this work over two separate contract periods for the past year.

The report states that a wide range of services under the program, including layoff aversion workshops and in-person consultations, helped retain 4,915 jobs for at-risk businesses in the City of Los Angeles. Another 139 were saved due to ancillary activities, adding up to a total of 5,054 jobs saved.

The total contract amount for both contract periods provided by the LA City WIB added up to $609,160. This pegs the cost per job saved at $124 purely due to the layoff aversion program efforts, or $121 per job if you factor in the total jobs saved including through the LAEDC Business Assistance Program.

Either way, the program performance is much higher than the federal minimum of public benefit required for economic development funding as defined by HUD. Specifically, the retention rate is 290 times the HUD minimum of creation or retention of at least one full-time equivalent permanent job for every $35,000 of funds provided.

The indirect and induced jobs saved as a result, along with the labor income, output produced and the tax revenues of these jobs and businesses that were saved is considerable. The 5,054 jobs saved resulted in the retention of another 6,832 indirect and induced jobs.

The total labor income saved adds up to $690.5 million, including $296.7 million for the 5,054 jobs saved by the program, and another $393.8 million in labor income for the indirect and induced jobs.

The total output of the at-risk businesses saved plus the indirect and induced output was pegged at over $2.34 billion. The total tax revenues saved added up to $209.2 million, including $70.3 million in local and state taxes, and another $139 million in federal taxes.

Read the full Los Angeles County Economic Development Corp Layoff Aversion Program impact report – Download (pdf)

Cadillac Reshoring Draws Another Supplier With 200 Jobs to Spring Hill, Tennessee

Comprehensive Logistics Co., Inc. announced plans to establish a new facility in Spring Hill, TN to support the GM Spring Hill Assembly plant.

GM Spring Hill Assembly plant in Spring Hill, TN

GM Spring Hill Assembly plant in Spring Hill, TN (photo – gm.com)

The Youngstown, OH-based third-party logistics provider will invest $30 million into the project for building and equipping a 258,720-square-feet industrial building on 13 acres, and expects to create more than 200 new jobs.

The new Comprehensive Logistics facility will provide logistical services, parts sequencing and assembly of tires and wheels, headliners, front verticals and rear suspensions to the General Motors Spring Hill Assembly plant.

Comprehensive’s new building is on the same parcel of land on Beechcroft Road in Spring Hill where Magna International, another automotive supplier drawn by the newly resurgent GM assembly plant, is building a new $16 million facility that will supply complete seat assemblies to GM.

The Magna International project, announced earlier this month, is bringing another 357 jobs to Spring Hill and Maury County. Together, the two GM suppliers will be creating more than 570 jobs and $46 million in investments in Maury County.

All this activity is a direct result of General Motors’ decision to restart vehicle production in Spring Hill. Ever since production of the Saturn model was discontinued at this plant in 2007, GM had just been using it for stamping and production of components. But GM restarted vehicle production in Spring Hill in 2012 by adding production of the Chevrolet Equinox with a $183 million investment.

In Aug 2013, GM announced that it was increasing the total investment in Spring Hill to $350 million, and would be bringing production of more vehicles to the plant, enabling the creation and retention of a total of 1,800 jobs.

Last month, GM announced another $185 million investment at Spring Hill and made it public that one of the new vehicles being added to the Spring Hill plant is the next generation Cadillac SRX crossover, which would otherwise have been produced in Mexico. The new investment will also enable production of a new Ecotec engine in Spring Hill.

Brad Constantini, executive vice president and principal of Comprehensive Logistics Co., Inc., said in a release that they are excited to open their first operation in Tennessee and become a part of the Spring Hill community.

Tennessee Economic Development Department Commissioner Bill Hagerty said that the state consistently leads the national rankings for its distribution and logistics access, making Tennessee a standout choice for Comprehensive Logistics’ newest operation.

Spring Hill Mayor Rick Graham said that they are thrilled to “see the terrific results of what has been a successful economic development effort.”

Mayor Graham noted that the Comprehensive Logistics facility is a perfect complement to Magna, and it will make General Motors’ operations far more efficient and create more good paying jobs that will spawn more local economic growth.

The Industrial Board of Maury County is offering tax incentives for the Comprehensive Logistics project.

Kentucky Approves $11.75M Economic Development Incentives for $350M Aleris Expansion

Global aluminum giant Aleris Corp announced plans for a large $350 million investment for upgrading capabilities at its aluminum rolling mill in Lewisport, KY.

Aleris Lewisport Rolling Mill in Lewisport, KY

Aleris Lewisport Rolling Mill in Lewisport, KY (photo – aleris.com)

The company is making this huge investment to ensure capability to fulfill anticipated growth in North American automotive demand as the industry moves towards broader use of aluminum to produce lightweight and fuel-efficient vehicles.

Aleris is planning to begin construction in the fall, and will start shipping aluminum automotive body sheet material by early 2017. Once fully operational, the new facility in the plant will be producing 480 million pounds of aluminum auto body sheet every year.

Aleris Chairman and CEO Steve Demetriou said that the key to their success in Europe has been the strong partnerships they have with customers on research and development, and added that they will be taking a similar approach in North America, ensuring that Aleris customers have the aluminum innovation that meets their specific needs.

The large investment and new capability in Lewisport positions the company for growth in the North American market, and also secures the 800 existing jobs at the 1.6 million-square-foot Lewisport Rolling Mill.

Aleris already has an existing facility in Duffel, Belgium with aluminum auto body sheet finishing capabilities, but Lewisport will be their production site for this in North America.

Cleveland, OH-based Aleris Corp (NYSE:ARS) has more than 40 production facilities spread across North America, Europe and Asia. Including the Lewisport Rolling Mill, Aleris has 11 rolled aluminum production facilities in North America alone.

According to the Kentucky Cabinet for Economic Development, Aleris chose the Lewisport facility and Kentucky to be their first North American facility with aluminum auto body sheet finishing capabilities because of the Commonwealth’s business-friendly environment and strategic location.

Governor Steve Beshear said in a release that the Aleris investment is a testament to Kentucky’s strong workforce and pro-business attitude. The Governor added that thanks to companies like Aleris, Kentucky is a driving force in the aluminum industry.

The aluminum industry supports more than 20,000 jobs in Kentucky, and last year accounted for more than $2 billion in state GDP.

The Kentucky Economic Development Finance Authority is supporting the Aleris project with $11.75 million in tax incentives. This includes $11 million under the Kentucky Reinvestment Act, and another $750,000 under the Kentucky Enterprise Initiative Act.

KRA incentives are meant to assist large capital investment projects that enable the investing company to stay competitive. Incentives under the Kentucky Enterprise Initiative Act are meant to allow the company to recoup sales and use tax and equipment purchase costs related to the construction.

 

 

SolarCity GigaFactory to Create 3000 Jobs in Buffalo, With $5B Investment and 5000 Jobs in New York

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo was in Buffalo, NY to break ground on the one-million-square-foot SolarCity GigaFactory facility for manufacturing solar panels.

Gov. Cuomo announces SolarCity Riverbend Gigafactory project in Buffalo, NY

Gov. Cuomo announces SolarCity Riverbend Gigafactory project in Buffalo, NY (photo – ny.gov)

The complex, to be located in the Buffalo High-Tech Manufacturing Innovation Hub at the Riverbend redevelopment site, will create more than 3,000 jobs in Buffalo and a total of nearly 5,000 jobs for the state.

The SolarCity plant will be the largest of its kind in the Western Hemisphere, and will have an annual solar capacity of more than 1GW when it reaches full production.

The Buffalo High-Tech Manufacturing Innovation Hub is a START-UP NY site owned by SUNY CNSE. This Gigafactory project came about as a combination of luck and New York’s planned efforts to foster a clean tech cluster in Western NY.

When the Riverbend redevelopment project was first unveiled in Nov 2013 as a proposed clean energy campus, the announcement included the relocation to Riverbend of two California-based tech companies who were to become anchor tenants for the project.

One of these companies was Silevo, which manufactures high efficiency solar modules and is doing research on solar photovoltaic (PV) cell technology. Silevo’s R&D facility is located in Fremont, CA and their manufacturing unit is in Hangzhou, China.

The fortuitous part of it is that Silevo has since been acquired by SolarCity, which not only assumed the agreement with the State on the Riverbend facility, but has also proposed expanding the facility’s manufacturing capability five-fold.

Silevo had originally planned to invest $750 million and create 475 jobs. SolarCity now plans to spend $5 billion over the next ten years for creating and operating the Gigafactory facility that will create 3,000 jobs in Buffalo and nearly 5,000 in New York.

New York State, for its part, is investing $750 million for establishing the infrastructure, constructing the facility and purchasing the required equipment.

This investment is being made through the Buffalo Billion and other initiatives, and follows the same groundbreaking economic development model applied at the Nanoscience College in Albany. Under this model, the State provides the space, infrastructure and equipment to attract private investment and jobs, rather than New York economic development incentives being provided directly to private companies.

Governor Cuomo said in a release that this is bigger than anything they could have imagined. The Governor said it is the perfect metaphor for Buffalo, whose fundamental strength is the available hydropower. “That hydropower now, that renewable energy now, will fuel the renewable energy industry for the future,” said Gov. Cuomo.

Dr. Alain Kaloyeros, chief executive officer and officer in charge of SUNY Polytechnic Institute, said that partnering with a global powerhouse like SolarCity solidifies New York’s reputation as a world leader in next generation technology development, and establishes Buffalo as the epicenter for solar panel manufacturing.

The SolarCity GigaFactory is expected to be online and producing solar panels in large numbers by early 2016.

Cadillac Global Headquarters to be Located in NYC

General Motors announced plans for turning the Cadillac brand into a separate business unit headquartered in New York City.

Cadillac

Cadillac (photo – cadillac.com)

The strategic realignment will focus on Cadillac as a luxury brand with an expansion into trendy loft offices in Manhattan for a multipurpose brand and event space.

Cadillac’s global and U.S. headquarters operations will shift to NYC next year. The management is still reviewing which staffs will remain in their current locations in the Detroit area or elsewhere and which ones will be relocated to New York.

But Cadillac’s manufacturing and assembly operations will be unaffected, and their technical product development teams will continue to remain located in Michigan for now.

Johan de Nysschen, Cadillac’s new president, said in a statement that they are very proud of their Detroit roots and heritage, and the majority of the Cadillac workforce will remain in Michigan.

But he also noted that there is no city in the world where the inhabitants are more immersed in a premium lifestyle than in New York, and added that establishing the new headquarters in SoHo places Cadillac at the epicenter of sophisticated living.

Gov. Cuomo said he welcomes Cadillac’s marketing team to New York and commended them on the decision to invest personnel and resources alongside New York’s world-class workforce. The Governor said that as the media and advertising capital of the world, New York is the ideal location for Cadillac to move its marketing operations for enhancing their brand and spurring future growth.

NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio said that there’s no better home for an iconic American company than an iconic American city.

U.S. Senator for New York Chuck Schumer likewise noted that having an iconic American brand like Cadillac choose Manhattan for its global headquarters is another example that the city is a growing hub of innovation.

The Cadillac Automobile Company was created in 1902 to take over the operations of the dissolved Henry Ford Company. The Cadillac brand is now the second oldest American automobile brand after the Buick.

GM acquired the company in 1909, and Cadillac now has operations in over 40 countries, including assembly plants in Detroit and Lansing, MI; Arlington, TX; Oshawa, Canada; Ramos Arizpe, Mexico; and in Shanghai, China.

An expanded product portfolio and a 75 percent spurt in China sales for the year to-date led to a 28 percent global growth in 2013, and 10 percent to-date for this year.

Rhode Island gets Federal Grants Supporting Tech Incubator and Defense Manufacturers

Rhode Island is getting two federal grants totaling nearly $3.3 million from the U.S. Economic Development Administration and the Department of Defense.

Newport TechWorks Innovation Center in Newport, RI

Newport TechWorks Innovation Center in Newport, RI (photo – cityofnewport.com)

The EDA awarded nearly $1.7 million as a grant to the Newport County Development Council in Newport, RI in support of the establishment of a technology business incubator and accelerator.

The Newport TechWorks Innovation Center will foster startups, and is expected to create 108 jobs.

The EDA investment will be matched by an equal amount provided for the project from the City of Newport Urban Development Action Grant.

The incubator will be housed in the building that formerly housed the Sheffield public school. The 33,600-square-foot space is being redeveloped and repurposed to accommodate the incubator.

The facility is being redeveloped as a green building that will meet LEED certification standards. The incubator will also serve defense, environmental, climate change, marine and digital industry clusters and entrepreneurs.

The City of Newport is developing this incubator project with assistance from the Economic Development Foundation of Rhode Island and the Newport County Chamber of Commerce.

The second federal grant announcement for Rhode Island is a $1.575 million grant from the U.S. Department of Defense’s Office of Economic Adjustment for developing a model to expand the state’s defense manufacturing base.

Rhode Island economic development organization Commerce RI prepared and submitted the proposal to the OEA, and Commerce RI will administer the grant and provide nearly $179,000 in in-kind contributions as part of its proposal.

The OEA grant, meant to support diversification by defense manufacturers impacted by federal spending cutbacks, is being looked at as an initial step in the creation of a center for industrial design and manufacturing called STEAMengine.

STEAM here refers to science, technology, engineering, art and mathematics. The STEAMengine plan was originally developed by the state as part of its bid to be designated as a manufacturing community under the Investing in Manufacturing Community Partnership (IMCP) initiative.

The effort looks like it might bear fruit now with the help of the DoD grant. The program will start as a pilot focused on Rhode Island’s defense industry. The plan now is to use the DoD grant to develop a prototype of how the STEAMengine model could work for supporting manufacturers across industries in Rhode Island develop and commercialize new products.

The implementation of the pilot program using the DoD grant will be done as a public-private partnership involving various partners including colleges, universities and trade associations.

Initial partners the State has identified to take part in the project include the Rhode Island Manufacturer’s Association, Tech Collective, Southern New England Defense Industry Alliance, University of Rhode Island, Rhode Island College, the Rhode Island School of Design, and the Naval Undersea Warfare Center.

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Economic Development Incentives Secure Hill Intl Corporate HQ Relocation

Hill International (NYSE:HIL) announced plans to relocate their global corporate headquarters to an office tower building in Center City, Philadelphia, PA.

Hill International

Hill International

Hill will be investing $8 million on the relocation from Marlton, NJ to the new 60,000 square feet of office space at One Commerce Square in Center City.

The construction management and consulting company plans to bring 222 new jobs to Philadelphia over the next three years, and will be retaining 134 existing jobs at its operations in Pennsylvania. Hill International has around 4,400 employees at 100 offices worldwide.

The new office space across two floors in what is the seventh tallest skyscraper in Philadelphia will consolidate Hill’s headquarters operations with existing offices in Philadelphia.

The Hill relocation was secured by a collaborative effort with economic development professionals in the Governor’s Action Team working with the City of Philadelphia’s Commerce Department, led by Deputy Mayor Alan Greenberger.

Hill International is undertaking this relocation assisted by a package of incentives including a $1 million grant under the Pennsylvania First Program offered by the Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development. Hill will also get $666,000 in Job Creation Tax Credits, and $33,750 in training funds from the Workforce and Economic Development Network of Pennsylvania (WEDnetPA).

Philadelphia economic development incentives offered to secure the project include tax credits and training grants. Hill is also getting two loans to help fund their relocation plans, including a $750,000 low-interest loan from the City. The Philadelphia Industrial Development Corp is additionally pitching in with a $345,000 forgivable loan.

Governor Tom Corbett said in a release that job creators from around the world are choosing Pennsylvania to grow their businesses and Hill International is the latest company to invest in Pennsylvania’s talented and innovative workforce.

David L. Richter, president and chief operating officer of Hill, said they are excited about relocating their global corporate headquarters into the City of Philadelphia and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.

Philadelphia Mayor Michael A. Nutter said that Hill International’s decision to locate its global headquarters in Philadelphia is just the latest example of businesses choosing to start, stay and grow in the city.

Philadelphia Deputy Mayor for Economic Development Alan Greenberger added that they are currently in discussions with a number of organizations, both large and small, who are looking to do exactly what Hill International has announced and make Philadelphia their home.

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