Florida Announces GE Energy Management Expansion in Clearwater

The $50 million GE Energy Management expansion in Clearwater, FL was finally publicly announced by Governor Rick Scott.

GE Energy Management expansion announcement

GE Energy Management expansion announcement (Enterprise Floridas)

Instrument Transformers, Inc., a GE subsidiary, already has a facility in Clearwater with 436 employees.

GE Energy Management is now establishing a 190,000 square feet manufacturing Center of Excellence that includes the existing ITI facility and a new capacitor manufacturing facility.

The expansion will bring 250 new jobs to Clearwater and Pinellas County.

“General Electric Energy Management’s investment in Clearwater is great news for Florida families,” said Gov. Scott.

GE Energy Management CEO Mark Begor said that from this facility, they will be able to be serve customers as close as Duke Energy in Florida, and others as far away as South America and Southeast Asia.

Florida managed to secure this expansion after GE decided to relocate an existing capacitor manufacturing facility in Fort Edward, NY because the company was unable to reach an agreement with labor over wage cuts.

The City of Clearwater and Pinellas County worked with a range of local and state partners to quickly put together an appealing proposal and secure the deal. Pinellas County Economic Development, Enterprise Florida, Duke Energy, and the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity were all part of the collaborative effort.

The Clearwater City Council approved a package of incentives totaling nearly $2 million, including infrastructure improvements, a utility tax exemption, reimbursement of permits and fees required for the project, and gave the company the benefit of an Economic Development Ad Valorem Tax Exemption that was approved by voters in a Nov 2012 referendum in order to help the City attract job-creating projects.

Clearwater’s incentive package also includes $42,900 as a 10 percent local match for a Qualified Target Industry (QTI) tax refund. Pinellas County is likewise pitching in with another $42,900 as its 10 percent match, and the remaining 80 percent of the QTI tax refund will come from the State.

The City is also working with the company, CareerSource Pinellas and St. Petersburg College to develop job training programs customized to help train their new employees.

Clearwater Mayor George Cretekos said that the City is committed to expanding job opportunities, and this GE investment in the community will provide benefits to the entire Tampa Bay area.

Pinellas County Commissioner Norm Roche said that manufacturing in Pinellas is a point of pride, and GE’s innovators in Clearwater are an important part of the more than 30,000 experienced manufacturing professionals in the county.

Alex Glenn, Duke Energy state president – Florida, said they value their partnership with the City of Clearwater and commend their leadership and shared focus on economic development.

Glenn noted that they acted quickly to assemble the right partners for winning the GE expansion, and added that it is a win for the City, County and the Tampa Bay region that will result in significant capital investment and new high-wage jobs.

Urban Outfitters Gets $3M Pennsylvania Economic Development Grant for Solar Array Installation

Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett announced a $3 million grant to help Urban Outfitters, Inc. install a 3MW rooftop solar array at their new Gap fulfillment center in Lancaster County, PA.

Urban Outfitters

Urban Outfitters (photo – Minnaert/Wikipedia)

The array atop the fulfillment center in Gap will be the largest roof-mounted solar energy system in Pennsylvania, and the seventh largest overall among the existing solar energy installations in Pennsylvania.

The solar array will produce enough renewable energy to cover 50 percent of the energy needs of the 970,000-square-foot fulfillment center.

The $3 million in financial assistance for the project is being provided as an Economic Growth Initiative grant, which technically comes under the Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program.

The Economic Growth Initiative is a Pennsylvania economic development program that provides grants to communities to support the acquisition and construction of civic, cultural, economic and historic improvement projects.

Last year, Pennsylvania approved 58 of these Economic Growth Initiative grants totaling over $133 million for projects that are expected to create more than 45,000 jobs across the state. After the RACP funding mechanism was reformed through legislation in 2012, projects are now selected on the basis of their economic impact, job creation potential, construction readiness and viability.

In this regard, the Urban Outfitters fulfillment center in Gap goes well beyond the eligibility criteria. The company purchased a 51.9 acre site in Sept 2013, and is now investing $110 million to establish the direct-to-consumer fulfillment center. They will be creating at least 500 direct jobs on-site at the facility, in addition to 117 existing employees who work at an adjacent distribution center.

The company had announced this fulfillment center with the 500 new jobs in Oct 2013 along with an expansion of their headquarters at the Philadelphia Navy Yard where they are creating 2,000 new jobs. These 2,500 new jobs are in addition to the company’s existing 2,400 jobs in the state.

Gov. Corbett said that Urban Outfitters is another great Pennsylvania success story. “By partnering with job creators, we are building a stronger Pennsylvania,” said Gov. Corbett.

David Ziel, chief development officer for Urban Outfitters, Inc., said they had many options when deciding where to locate the new fulfillment center, but chose Pennsylvania because of the great workforce and the support from the Governor’s Office and the local community.

Ziel also said he appreciates the support from the Governor’s Action Team (GAT), the Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development (DCED) and the Pennsylvania Legislature, and would continue working with the Commonwealth to create opportunities for Urban Outfitters and for the citizens of Pennsylvania.

City of Cleveland Launching Rethink Cleveland Economic Development Website and Brand

The Cleveland Economic Development Department is getting a new website as part of a “Rethink Cleveland” branding campaign that aims to alter perceptions about the City and serve as a resource for site selectors and businesses looking to relocate or expand in Cleveland.

Rethink Cleveland  launch

Rethink Cleveland launch

The website at www.rethinkcleveland.org will be unveiled at an event at the Ariel International Center by Mayor Frank G. Jackson, City of Cleveland Economic Development Director Tracey Nichols, and the Board of the Cleveland Citywide Development Corp.

The Rethink Cleveland branding campaign has a tag line that says “Built by Industry. Inspired by Innovation.”

It’s supposed to make people “rethink” about Cleveland as a business destination and an ideal place to live and work, and get past the perception of Cleveland as an old Rust Belt city. The tag line refers to the City’s rich industrial heritage and the potential of a new high-tech economy.

The City came up with the branding campaign and website with the assistance of Denver-based community marketing firm Atlas Advertising.

Atlas has previously helped develop the website of Columbus 2020, the regional economic development organization that serves Ohio’s 11-county Columbus Region. Atlas also helped develop economic development websites for The Right Place (Western Michigan) and Charleston County, SC.

The creation of the new economic development website for Cleveland was sponsored by the Cleveland Citywide Development Corp.

The Rethink Cleveland website includes site selection tools and resources. It lists all the incentive programs offered by the City, and provides labor data and listings of existing employers and industry clusters that businesses need to look at if they are planning to establish a new facility or expand and create jobs.

There’s also a site search tool that allows users to find available properties and sites, with the results including extensive information about each site.

Vermont Approves $17.8M in Economic Development Financing for Projects

The Vermont Economic Development Authority announced approval of $17.8 million in financing to support multiple projects and initiatives that are generating a total investment of nearly $35 million in the state.

Rice Memorial High School renovation

Rice Memorial High School renovation (photo – rmhsvt.org)

Five of the projects are getting direct loans and bond financing worth nearly $12.6 million.

One of these projects is a school renovation by the Roman Catholic Diocese of Burlington. They’re getting $8.5 million in tax-exempt bonds for a substantial renovation of Rice Memorial High School in South Burlington, VT.

The $13 million renovation will reduce the school’s energy bill, and aid the growth of their teachers and staff from around 54 to 61.

Another project approved for assistance is an investment being made by Cabot Hosiery Mill of Northfield, VT. They are getting an $848,860 loan to help in the purchase of new equipment and addition of 14 jobs while retaining the existing 125 positions at the facility.

Smugglers Notch Resort in Jeffersonville, VT is getting a $1.1 million loan to help build a five-mile pipeline from the Lamoille River to the resort, so that the water can be used to enhance the ski resort’s snowmaking capabilities. The resort already has 529 employees, and plans to increase this number to 568 over the next three years.

VEDA approved another $1.2 million for the acquisition and renovation of Edson Hill Manor, a 24-room inn located in Stowe, VT. The inn currently has nine employees, and the new buyers plan to double this within three years.

The fifth project getting direct financial assistance is an expansion plan by CDL USA. The company is getting $180,000 as partial financing for purchasing land adjacent to their existing maple sugaring operations and corporate headquarters in St. Albans, VT, and plans to establish a warehouse and additional assembly space. CDL currently has 18 employees, and will increase it to 23 within three years.

Apart from these six projects, VEDA also approved $2.4 million and $292,000 in financing to support small businesses through the VT 504 Loan Program and the Small Business Loan Program respectively.

Another $1.3 million was approved for the Vermont Agricultural Credit Corporation to provide agricultural loans. Loans worth a total of $339,787 were approved through the Drinking Water State Revolving Loan Fund for repairing or enhancing drinking water systems owned by private entities.

VEDA also approved $853,000 in financing for SolarSense, LLC under the state’s Commercial Energy Loan Program. The funding will be used to build a $2.1 million 500KW net-metered solar array in Bristol, VT. Once operational, the system will annually produce more than 900,000 kWh of renewable electricity and reduce CO2 emissions by 528 tons.

The power generated by the array will be used by the Wake Robin Continuing Care Facility in Shelburne, VT. The system will provide 28 percent of their annual power usage and help reduce electric bills.

VEDA CEO Jo Bradley said that these exciting investments in Vermont’s manufacturing, agricultural, renewable energy and other economic development initiatives will go forward with help from VEDA.

Sealed Air Corp Relocates Global Headquarters to Charlotte, NC

Bubble Wrap and Cryovac maker Sealed Air Corporation (NYSE: SEE) announced plans to establish a new global headquarters in Charlotte, North Carolina.

Sealed Air Corp. headquarters relocation announcement

Sealed Air Corp. headquarters relocation announcement (photo – state.nc.us)

Charlotte and Mecklenburg County will gain approximately 1,262 direct jobs at the new Sealed Air headquarters over the next three years.

Positions will vary by function, but these are high-paying jobs with an average annual wage of $119,482.

The headquarters relocation from the current location in Elmwood Park, New Jersey will enable the company to consolidate its corporate offices with the headquarters for various divisions that are currently dispersed in different states.

Around 200 of the high-paying jobs are being moved from Elmwood. Most of the rest will be relocated from existing locations the company has in Saddle Brook, NJ; Danbury, CT; Racine, WI; and, Duncan and Greenville, SC. The company plans to continue their manufacturing operations at these locations.

According to the Charlotte Observer, the Sealed Air Corp. headquarters relocation was secured by offering the company up to $36 million in state incentives and additional Charlotte-Mecklenburg economic development incentives.

The company apparently decided to relocate to North Carolina without contacting the NJ Economic Development Authority to seek additional incentives for staying put in the Garden State.

Jerome A. Peribere, president and CEO of Sealed Air, said in a statement that they considered numerous criteria during the site selection process, adding that they believe Charlotte’s many attributes such as the solid economy and reputation for business-friendliness and technology and innovation make the city an ideal place to live and work.

“North Carolina’s business-friendly climate continues to attract corporate headquarters to the Charlotte region,” said Governor Pat McCrory.

Charlotte Chamber President and CEO Bob Morgan noted that the economic impact felt by Sealed Air’s decision to locate its headquarters in Charlotte goes far beyond the jobs announced.

According to an economic impact study prepared by the Charlotte Chamber, the project with a $58 million capital investment will create 519 jobs created during construction.

The impact of the headquarters operations includes $528.6 million in economic activity and creation of an additional 1,310 indirect and induced jobs. That works to a total of 2,573 new jobs created in Mecklenburg County with $232.5 million in annual wages, salaries and benefits that will generate $18 million in new state and local taxes.

Sealed Air Corporation has 25,000 employees serving customers in 175 countries. Last year, the company generated $7.7 billion in revenue.

NYC Tech Talent Summit Focuses on 21st Century Workforce Development

More than 100 attendees gathered at The New School for the inaugural NYC Summit. The 75 community organizers, foundations, tech companies and elected officials present were there to discuss the future of the City’s workforce development and provide feedback for the Tech Talent Pipeline initiative.

NYC Tech Talent Summit

NYC Tech Talent Summit

The Tech Talent Pipeline initiative was announced by NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio back in May as one of his administration’s key workforce development initiatives, along with the Jobs for New Yorkers Task Force.

The Tech Talent Pipeline aims to help shape future investments in education and the growth of the City’s tech sector by engaging employers and designing curricula to meet their needs, and recruiting and training New Yorkers.

The Summit was sponsored by The New School and co-organized by the New York Tech Meetup, Coalition for Queens, Code to Work, StartUp Box: South Bronx, Per Scholas and Fedcap.

Katy Gaul-Stigge, executive director of the Mayor’s Office of Workforce Development, gave the keynote address. “Our vision is to cultivate a 21st Century workforce with upward income mobility—therefore, technology is a critical sector to focus on with the Tech Talent Pipeline,” said Gaul-Stigge.

The tech sector is already the second largest in New York City, and the City’s tech ecosystem supports 291,000 jobs and generates $30 billion in annual wages. The average tech job wage in the City is $95,000, and tens of thousands of these tech jobs go unfilled.

Kyle Kimball, president of the NYC Economic Development Corp., said that as the momentum of the City’s tech ecosystem grows, so does economic opportunity across the boroughs.

Kimball added that they are committed to working with the City’s tech companies to ensure their success is powered by skilled New Yorkers and further cement New York City as a global capital of technological innovation and expertise.

The Tech Talent Summit agenda also included two panels, one of which focused on the definition of workforce development. The second one was about “What is Working in 21st Century Workforce Development,” and focused on gaps in tech education and the effectiveness of working one-to-one with hiring managers to understand the requirements.

NYC Department of Small Business Services Commissioner Maria Torres-Springer noted that the dialogue initiated through the Tech Talent Summit was just the beginning, and said they will continue to work together on finding innovative ways to develop NYC’s tech talent pipeline and ensure economic mobility for all.

Ready to Work Report – Job-Driven Checklist for Federal Training Grants and Programs

The Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act, which reauthorizes and reforms core federal workforce development programs, was signed into law by the President on July 22, 2014.

Bill signing - Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act

Bill signing – Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (photo – whitehouse.gov)

The bill signing ceremony also provided an opportunity to release a new report that details the results of a review of federal job training programs.

The review, led by the Vice President, was conducted in order to identify and implement steps that would make these federal training programs more “job-driven” and responsive to the needs of employers.

The Ready to Work review brought together federal agencies providing employment and training programs to come up with a job-driven checklist to guide administrative reforms and maximize the effectiveness of more than 25 competitive federal grant programs, provide direction to state and local programs, and improve the ability of federal programs to track employment outcomes.

Starting Oct 1, all applicants seeking funding from these 25 grant programs must follow the job-driven checklist. This means that more than $1.4 billion in existing job training funds will be awarded to education and training institutions and community organizations that are working in partnership with employers.

The Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act requires states to develop unified plans across all programs authorized under the law, and DOL and the Education Dept. are piling on by requiring states to incorporate the job-driven checklist into their plans.

Commerce is likewise encouraging economic development agencies receiving planning funds to incorporate the job-driven checklist into their plans so that they can collaborate with training organizations and workforce boards for addressing the needs of new and existing companies.

The checklist also ensures that $15 billion in job training funds will be used to drive successful practices such as apprenticeship and employer engagement into all training programs.

One of the results of the review is that the Department of Education plans to announce four new experimental sites (X-sites) for combining Pell grants and student loans with competency-based education models and assessments of prior learning.

If it works out, this could upskill over 25 million low-wage workers and rapidly retool over 30 million Americans with no degree into technical or professional jobs that are in high demand.

Another problem the review identified is the difficulty state and local leaders and employers have in integrating funding from different federal agencies to achieve a unified set of goals for their workforce.

During the course of the review, federal agencies began working together to bust these silos and develop a job-driven workforce system across federal programs. For instance, Commerce and DOL began working together to better align job training with economic development, and make the business case for apprenticeships to employers.

Similarly HUD and DOL have teamed up to provide guidance for partnerships between employer-led Workforce Investment Boards and public housing authorities in order to generate more job opportunities for HUD-assisted residents.

The report also stresses on the outsize role of employers and the private sector in providing job-driven training. The FY 2014 federal budget included $17 billion for employment and training programs, while U.S. employers spent approximately $450 billion in 2013 on training, mostly for their own employees.

That’s why it’s vital, the report says, to actively engage employers and businesses, work with the industry and use competitive grant programs to make the entire system more job-driven, instead of focusing only on federal programs.

Read the full Ready to Work report – Download (pdf)

Beretta to Relocate Manufacturing to Gallatin, Tennessee

Beretta U.S.A. Corp. announced plans to relocate their existing manufacturing capabilities to a new facility to be built in Gallatin, Tennessee.

Beretta Gallatin, TN facility announcement

Beretta Gallatin, TN facility announcement (photo – TNECD)

Back in January, Beretta had announced that the facility on the Gallatin site was an expansion with new machinery and production of new products.

However, the company now says they plan to move their entire existing manufacturing capabilities in Accokeek, Maryland to Gallatin.

Beretta U.S.A. Corp. General Manager Jeff Cooper said in a statement that they had originally planned to use the Tennessee facility for new equipment and production of new product lines only.

But they have now decided it is more prudent from the point of the company’s future welfare to move the Maryland production lines in their entirety to the new facility in Tennessee.

Cooper explained in the statement that while they managed to get the Maryland Legislature to drop some of the more severe restrictions on firearms included in the Firearm Safety Act of 2013, the possibility that these restrictions might be reinstated in the future leaves them worried about the wisdom of maintaining a firearm manufacturing facility in the state.

The transition to Gallatin will not occur until mid-2015. The company plans to offer jobs at the Tennessee facility to their Maryland employees who are willing to relocate. Those who do not want to move may continue working at the Maryland operations, where production of existing orders such as the U.S. Armed Forces M9 9mm pistol will continue until current orders are fulfilled.

Beretta USA’s offices and the administrative and executive support jobs will continue to be located at the Accokeek, Maryland facility.

The company is investing around $45 million for building the Gallatin facility, where they had originally planned to create 300 new jobs over the next five years.

They haven’t broken ground yet, but one of the main reasons Beretta chose Gallatin was due to the availability of land and completed infrastructure in the City-owned Gallatin Industrial Center. The Beretta facility will be built on a 100-acre site in the industrial center.

The Tennessee Economic Development Department began discussions with Beretta in April 2013 after learning that the Nashville area was one of several locations under consideration for a new facility. Company executives notified the TN ECD in November 2013 that Gallatin was a finalist.

The site selection negotiations began in December, and the City pitched in with a payment-in-lieu-of-taxes (PILOT) agreement for the project, along with a land transfer arrangement.

Apart from state and local incentives and Tennessee’s record of supporting Second Amendment rights, the skilled labor pool and assistance from the state’s workforce training program were cited as deciding factors that helped seal the deal for Gallatin. Not to mention connections with vendors capable of building and outfitting highly specialized manufacturing facilities.

Earl Fischer, chairman of the Gallatin Economic Development Agency Board of Directors, noted that Beretta’s decision underscores how important it is for a city to invest in land, utilities, infrastructure and amenities.

GEDA Executive Director James Fenton said at that time that the Beretta project was a truly regional effort. Fenton said that the Tennessee Commissioner of Economic Development, the City of Gallatin, Middle Tennessee Industrial Development Board, the Nashville Chamber and many others worked in concert to bring the deal to closure.

Lowe’s Selects Indianapolis for Customer Support Center With 1000 Jobs

Lowe’s (NYSE: LOW) announced plans to establish a customer support center in Indianapolis to support store and web sales, delivery and repair services for their customers all over the U.S.

Lowe's customer support center announcement in Indianapolis

Lowe’s customer support center announcement in Indianapolis (photo – IEDC)

The company will invest $20.5 million for purchasing a 140,000 square-foot office facility and renovating and equipping it.

Indiana Governor Mike Pence and Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard joined Lowe’s officials for the announcement.

This customer support center will complement the Mooresville, NC-based home improvement retailer’s existing centers in Wilkesboro, NC and Albuquerque, NM.

The new center located at Intech Park 12 in the northwest side of Indianapolis will create up to 1,000 new jobs by 2016. Lowe’s already has 7,900 employees in Indiana, and expects to start hiring for the new center immediately.

Don Easterling, Lowe’s vice president, contact center, said they chose Indianapolis because of the experienced and talented workforce, who they believe can provide outstanding service for the company’s customers.

Easterling also noted that the Indianapolis center adds a strategic location in the Midwest to their network of customer support centers in North Carolina and New Mexico.

Gov. Pence said that Indiana provides national companies such as Lowe’s with the perfect building blocks for success.

“We have taken all the parts required–a central location, low taxes and a skilled workforce–and assembled them perfectly here in Indiana,” said Gov. Pence.

The Lowe’s project was secured by Indianapolis with the help of a package of state and local incentives. The Indiana Economic Development Corporation has approved conditional tax credits of up to $5.5 million for the Lowe’s project, in addition to workforce training grants of up to $100,000 tied to the company’s job creation plans.

Additional local incentives are being considered by the City at the request of Develop Indy, an Indianapolis economic development organization which is technically the business unit of the Indy Chamber. EmployIndy, Marion County’s local workforce development organization, is providing hiring assistance to help Lowe’s find candidates for the new jobs being created.

Mayor Ballard said that internationally recognized companies such as Lowe’s are choosing Indianapolis as the place to expand because of the central location, talent pool and welcoming business climate.

Lowe’s Companies, Inc. has more than 260,000 employees spread across 1,830 home improvement and hardware stores. The company gets 15 million customers a week in North America, and generated sales worth $53.4 billion for the last fiscal year.

Joint NYC Economic Development Corp-ESD Grant Secures MediaMath Relocation to 4 WTC

Software company MediaMath, Inc. announced plans to consolidate their NYC operations and relocate to a new headquarters at 4 World Trade Center in Lower Manhattan.

MediaMath relocates to 4 World Trade Center

MediaMath relocates to 4 World Trade Center (photo – 4wtc.com)

The new 106000-square-feet space lease the company has signed with Silverstein Properties will enable them to house their existing 300 employees in New York City currently dispersed across three separate Midtown offices, and support their growth plans.

MediMath plans to create 1,000 new jobs in NYC over the next five years, starting with 200 new jobs this year. They already have a total of 450 employees at offices in New York, Boston, Chicago, San Francisco, London, Singapore and Tokyo.

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo said the company’s commitment will generate 1,000 new jobs for New Yorkers, demonstrating the quality of the talent in New York and the attractiveness of the area for tech-savvy businesses looking to thrive.

“The State is proud to support the company’s major expansion in New York and we look forward to their continued growth,” said Gov. Cuomo.

MediaMath considered multiple locations in New York and New Jersey for their new headquarters before deciding to consolidate operations in Lower Manhattan.

Empire State Development President, CEO and Commissioner Kenneth Adams said that MediaMath is taking the next step and creating a unified headquarters with hundreds of new employees, adding that when businesses are poised for major growth, “it’s our job to make sure it happens here.”

The project was secured by a $5.8 million grant offered jointly by the NYC Economic Development Corp. and ESD. This grant, whose funding was federally sourced through the Job Creation and Retention Program (JCRP), was one of the major deciding factors that helped NYC retain the MediaMath headquarters and the new jobs being created.

JCRP grants are available to companies that are expanding or relocating to Lower Manhattan and plan to create at least 75 new jobs, as well as to employers making a commitment to retain 200 existing Lower Manhattan jobs.

MediaMath CEO Joe Zawadzki said they look forward to bringing their energy, culture and talent to Lower Manhattan and continue expanding their business at 4 WTC amongst the growing downtown tech and media community.

NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio said that MediaMath’s move to 4 WTC is yet another big step in the resurgence of Lower Manhattan and the growth of New York City’s tech ecosystem.

Jessica Lappin, president of the Alliance for Downtown New York, said that over the past several years, Lower Manhattan has seen a surge of five million square feet of relocations.

According to the Downtown Alliance, a total of 511 firms have moved into Lower Manhattan since 2005 and leased 12.3 million square feet, more than half of which has been leased by 226 companies in the creative and professional services sectors.

Silverstein Properties Chairman Larry A. Silverstein said he is thrilled to welcome MediaMath, which he said represents the advertising, media, technology and information companies that are driving the City’s economy and Downtown’s future.

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