Iowa Considers Economic Development Incentives for Historic Cedar Rapids Projects

The agenda for the next meeting of the Board of the Iowa Economic Development Authority includes applications for state assistance for projects in Iowa communities including Cedar Rapids, Urbandale, Spencer, Pella and Le Mars.

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The two Cedar Rapids economic development projects on the agenda both involve historic structures that are over a century old.

One is a $10 million investment project by Ralcorp Holdings, a subsidiary of ConAgra Foods, to upgrade and modernize its cereal manufacturing plant in Cedar Rapids.

The historic plant dates back to 1904, and the company is seeking more than $500,000 in state incentives for this project. They expect to be able to retain 130 jobs at the facility as a result of the upgrade and modernization.

The other Cedar Rapids project is a proposed redevelopment plan by the United Fire Group to build a new 10-story office tower adjacent to the historic American Building, also owned by UFG.

The American Building dates back to 1914, and UFG’s redevelopment plans include a renovation of the historic building’s interior. The design for the new adjacent office tower will also ensure that it blends in well with the historic structure of the American Building.

UFG will create 50 new jobs in Cedar Rapids as a result of this project, adding to the 625 employees they already have in the area. The company is seeking $2 million in state assistance, and is also getting Cedar Rapids economic development incentives in the form of a 10-year property tax abatement for the project.

The IEDA will also consider an application for $500,000 in tax incentives through the High Quality Jobs Program (HQJP) for a facility by Ventech Solutions, Inc. in Urbandale, IA. The company recently won a $410 million federal contract from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services for health care data management.

Ventech is leasing space in Urbandale, where it plans to make an investment of nearly $3 million and create hundreds of jobs. The company is seeking $500,000 in HQJP tax credits for the project, along with $100,000 in Urbandale economic development incentives.

Other projects seeking state assistance that are on the IEDA meeting agenda include:

Quality Refrigerated Services – QRS is considering investing more than $4.43 million for an expansion of its operations in Spencer, IA.

Pella Corporation – The company is investing $8.6 million to expand its operations in Pella, IA. The IEDA will consider approving tax incentives and a forgivable loan for this project.

BoDeans Cone Company, LLC – BoDeans is investing $4 million to add a new building to its operations in Le Mars, IA. In addition to the state HQJP tax incentives, the project will also receive a five-year tax abatement from Le Mars.

Cary Economic Development Brings Proto Labs 3D Printing Facility to Wake County, NC

Proto Labs, Inc. (NYSE:PRLB) is expanding its operations in Wake County, NC with a $25 million investment in the Town of Cary to house a 3D printing (additive manufacturing) facility.

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The 3D printing facility project, which is expected to create 170 new jobs, is supported by the Town of Cary, Cary Economic Development, the Cary Chamber of Commerce, the NC Dept. of Commerce, Economic Development Partnership of North Carolina, and other state and regional entities.

The 170 new jobs will be created over the next five years, and will generate new annual payroll exceeding $7.5 million. The company already has 106 employees in Wake County located at a manufacturing facility in Raleigh.

Governor Pat McCrory said in a release announcing the Proto Labs expansion project that by more than doubling its workforce, the company is demonstrating that nothing compares to North Carolina when it comes to being a great place for innovative ideas.

Maple Plain, MN-based Proto Labs claims to be the world’s fastest digital manufacturing source for custom prototypes and low-volume production parts. The company makes use of advanced 3D printing, CNC machining and injection molding technologies to produce parts within days.

Rob Connelly, Proto Labs VP, Additive Manufacturing, said in the release that the state-of-the-art facility in North Carolina will be a critical driver in advancing 3D printing in the U.S. and globally for many years to come.

N.C. Commerce Secretary John E. Skvarla III added that North Carolina and the Research Triangle region continue to be leaders in attracting top-notch technology companies either for relocation or expansion. Sec. Skvarla added that this expansion by Proto Labs helps in solidifying that reputation.

In addition to their existing Raleigh facility in Wake County, NC and their headquarters in Maple Plain, MN, the company also has two other manufacturing facilities in Minnesota, located in Plymouth and Rosemount.

Cary Economic Development and the North Carolina Dept. of Commerce secured this new manufacturing expansion project by offering the company a package of incentives that includes a $150,000 performance-based grant through the One North Carolina Fund.

One NC Fund grants are provided by the state through local governments, and are contingent upon approval of a local match. The company in question receives no money upfront, and is required to meet job creation and investment commitments before it actually receives grant funding.

The project is also being supported by the NC Department of Transportation, and is receiving assistance from NCWorks, the North Carolina Community College System, and the Capital Area Workforce Board.

Georgia Economic Development Trip to Brazil Yields Stefanini Atlanta Expansion

Global IT service provider Stefanini is planning an expansion with 400 new jobs at its Atlantic Station office location in Midtown Atlanta.


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The announcement was made by Governor Nathan Deal, who is leading a Georgia economic development delegation on a five-day trip to Brazil.

Stefanini President and CEO Marco Stefanini said in a release announcing the project that it was a pleasure to meet with Governor Deal in Sao Paulo, and added that they are thrilled to expand operations in Georgia.

Sao Paulo, Brazil-based Stefanini’s North American headquarters is in Southfield, MI, but the company has maintained a presence in Georgia for 10 years. It is now one of the largest IT services employers in the region, including the 800 employees the company already has at its Atlantic Station Office. Globally, the company has locations in 34 countries serving more than 600 active clients, including over 300 multinationals.

Their latest expansion in Atlanta is supported by the Georgia Department of Economic Development and the Metro Atlanta Chamber, including assistance for talent recruitment to fill the new jobs being created.

GDEcD Commissioner Chris Carr said in the release that the skilled talent and vast network of companies and R&D resources found in Georgia are what keeps the state on the radar for global technology companies who are looking to relocate or expand.

Commissioner Carr added that these same resources are what have helped grow Stefanini over the last decade, and expressed confidence that this innovative company will be successful in the future.

Metro Atlanta Chamber Executive Vice President and COO Brian P. McGowan added that Brazil has always been an important market with a growing presence in Atlanta, and Stefanini’s investment in the region adds strength to Atlanta’s international technology ecosystem.

More than 40 Brazilian-owned businesses in Georgia employ thousands of Georgians, and Georgia has had representation in Brazil for more than two decades, including a trade office in Sao Paulo. The Georgia economic development delegation led by Gov. Deal is seeking to establish new business relationships and strengthen existing ties. The mission aims to promote Georgia as a tourist destination and quality source for products and services.

Gov. Deal said in the release that “For more than two decades, Georgia has sustained a partnership with Brazil that is vital to our economic development efforts.” The Governor added that he is confident that Georgia’s highly skilled workforce and thriving technology cluster will create the ideal environment for Stefanini’s future growth in Atlanta.

Herbruck’s Expansion Lays the Ground for West Michigan Regional Economic Development

Herbruck’s Poultry Ranch, the largest egg producer in Michigan, is once again expanding operations in Ionia County to add egg-laying and pullet growing capacity.


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Supported by the Ionia County Economic Alliance, The Right Place and the Michigan Economic Development Corporation, Herbruck’s Poultry Ranch, Inc. will be investing $43 million to significantly expand their organic and cage-free production facilities.

Herbruck Poultry Ranch Executive Vice President Herb Herbruck said in a release announcing the new expansion plans that they are very proud of their Ionia heritage and look forward to continued growth and investment in the community.

Herbruck’s is a family-owned and operated business founded in Saranac, MI in 1958, and is currently being run by the third and fourth generation of the family. In the interim, the company has grown the 3,000 laying hens it had in the 1950s into millions that have made it the largest egg producer in Michigan.

Herbruck’s Poultry Ranch already has a team of 400 employees. This latest expansion is expected to create another 50 new jobs, and builds on a $33 million expansion announced last year. As part of that expansion, the company is investing $1.5 million for constructing a public main sewer line tied directly to the Lakewood system.

Upon completion, the company will donate the sewer line to the community, which will facilitate further economic growth in the region by allowing others along the route to make use of the new sewer line.

Furthermore, the Lakewood Waste Water Authority in Lake Odessa, MI is operating near capacity and must make improvements to support any further expansions by companies in Ionia County. Herbruck’s is helping with this too, and is working with the Waste Water Authority and Lake Odessa on the upgrade plans.

The Ionia County Economic Alliance is supporting the company’s expansion plans, working together with The Right Place and the Michigan Economic Development Corporation. The Right Place, Inc. is the regional economic development organization serving West Michigan.

The Right Place Business Development Manager Jen Wangler said in a release that Herbruck’s growth and resulting impact on the area’s waste water system is indicative of the critical role infrastructure plays in the region’s ability to continue growing, expanding and creating jobs in Ionia County.

For its part, the MEDC is supporting Herbruck’s expansion by modifying a state grant that had been approved for the company’s expansion announced last year. That performance-based grant under the Michigan Business Development Program has been hiked from $500,000 to $750,000. The modified grant now supports a total of $76 million in investments by Herbruck’s, along with the creation of 100 new jobs.

BIO Report – Bioscience Economic Development Legislation and Job Creation Best Practices

The Biotechnology Industry Organization (BIO) has released its updated biennial report highlighting the latest economic development initiatives and legislation enacted by the states in the past two years to support and grow the bioscience industry.

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The report, titled “Bioscience Economic Development in the States: Legislation and Job Creation Best Practices,” was unveiled at the 2015 BIO International Convention.

Delaware Governor Jack Markell and South Dakota Governor Dennis Daugaard participated in the report’s release, and engaged in a discussion on state policies that have proven successful in assisting bioscience industry growth and economic development.

The report says that state governments and regional economic development organizations are increasingly targeting the bioscience industry as an economic engine that can create high wage, high-skilled jobs across a broad range of occupations.

This understanding of the bioscience industry’s economic potential has resulted in policies and programs including R&D tax credits to encourage early-stage investment, sales and use tax exemptions, incubators, shared manufacturing facilities, technology transfer and commercialization assistance, workforce development programs, etc.

The report says that 39 states now offer R&D tax credits for early stage research that is vital in moving research into commercialization. Also, matching Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) grants to accelerate early stage company development are now offered by 16 states.

Tax credits to angel investors who invest in biosciences companies are provided by 25 states, and sales tax exemptions for biomanufacturing equipment purchase are available in 36 states.

Most importantly, the report shows that 21 states now invest in private venture capital firms that fund small and emerging bioscience companies. State-owned VC funds and fund of fund investments into VC funds and tax credits for angel investors have proven to be a highly effectively tool in helping bioscience startups leverage state support to raise additional funding from other private and public sources.

For example, the report notes that 12 states reported investing in a fund of funds, and 11 states are investing state dollars in private venture capital firms. Fourteen states are making direct investments in bioscience companies.

Angel investments are also a critical part of this funding ecosystem. The report says that 24 states now offer tax credits to angel investors investing in technology companies, of which eight are targeted specifically to angel investors who invest in bioscience companies. Similarly, eleven states provide tax credits to individuals who invest in early-stage venture funds.

BIO President and CEO Jim Greenwood said in a release that this report demonstrates the value of effective public policy in fostering the bioscience industry as an economic engine that provides high-wage, high-skilled jobs.

Greenwood added that wide-ranging collaboration between industry partners, universities and policymakers is essential for bioscience economic development and industry growth.

Read the full BIO report (pdf) on bioscience economic development legislation and job creation best practices.

Indiana, North Carolina Announce Economic Development Projects at Paris Air Show

Indiana Secretary of Commerce Victor Smith and North Carolina Commerce Secretary John E. Skvarla, III, both of whom are in France for the International Paris Air Show, announced aviation and aerospace expansion projects in their respective states by companies that are exhibiting at the Paris Air Show.

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Paris Air Show (photo – Dmitry A. Mottl/wikimedia)

Smith joined executives from Aerodyn Engineering, Inc. at the Paris Air Show to announce the company’s plans for an expansion of its operations in Indianapolis.

Aerodyn, which designs and fabricates aerospace components, is investing $8.5 million to add 15,000 square feet of space and double its production capacity in Indianapolis. The company expects to create 15 new jobs as part of the expansion.

Aerodyn Engineering President David Lawrence said in a release announcing the expansion that Indiana has been very supportive at the state and local level in helping them grow and added that they are excited to offer these new capabilities to their worldwide customers.

Aerodyn Engineering, Inc. has been offered up to $115,000 in conditional tax credits for the project by the Indiana Economic Development Corporation, in addition to training grants of up to $25,000 to assist with the company’s job creation plans. Aerodyn is also in line to receive Indianapolis economic development incentives being considered by the City at the request of Develop Indy, the Indy Chamber’s business unit.

Meanwhile, NC Commerce Secretary Skvarla met with leaders of Allegheny Technologies Incorporated at the Paris Air Show and announced that ATI will be building a new manufacturing facility adjacent to its existing site in the City of Monroe, NC.

The company will invest $69.8 million into the project and expects to create 70 new jobs over the next three years. These will be jobs with average annual earnings exceeding $60,000, significantly higher than the $38,730 average annual salary in Union County.

ATI, one of the largest specialty materials and components producers in the world, already has approximately 9,700 full-time employees spanning operations around the world.

Secretary Skvarla said in a release announcing the project that ATI is one of Union County’s largest employers, and this added commitment to the area helps build on North Carolina’s aerospace industry.

ATI High Performance Specialty Materials Group Executive Vice President Hunter R. Dalton said in the release that they are pleased that the economic development and public sector leadership of the State of North Carolina, Union County and the City of Monroe continue to recognize ATI as a valued corporate partner as the company expands its Monroe area operations once again.

In order to secure this project, North Carolina has offered ATI a performance-based grant of up to $140,000 from the One North Carolina Fund. The NC Commerce Dept. and the Economic Development Partnership of North Carolina (EDPNC) were assisted by a range of state, regional and local partners.

This includes Union County-Monroe Economic Development, the City of Monroe, Union County, the Golden Leaf Foundation, the NC Division of Rural Economic Development, and the North Carolina Community College System.

Amarillo, Texas Economic Development Incentives Secure GRI Wind Tower Manufacturing Project

Gestamp Renewable Industries, the industrial wind division of Madrid, Spain-based Gonvarri Steel Industries, announced the selection of a site in Amarillo, TX for their first U.S. wind tower manufacturing facility.

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Supported by incentives from the Texas Enterprise Fund and the Amarillo Economic Development Corporation, GRI plans to invest $41 million into the project to build a 200,000-square-foot facility at the Amarillo CenterPort Business Park.

GRI expects to create more than 300 new jobs at this facility. The company already has more than 3,000 employees at its 10 wind tower manufacturing facilities in Spain and several other countries that provide wind towers and flanges for customers in the U.S. and other parts of the world.

The Amarillo facility is expected to be fully operational by late next year, and will have an annual production capacity of approximately 400 wind towers.

GRI CEO Javier Imaz said in a release announcing the project that they initially considered locations in several states as a part of their business strategy to serve the U.S. wind industry. Amarillo and Texas competed for this project against sites in New Mexico, Oklahoma and Kansas.

Imaz said their decision to select Amarillo was based on key factors such as the state’s pro-business environment, Amarillo’s favorable geographical location and workforce, and the package of state and local incentives.

Governor Greg Abbott announced that a $1.85 million TEF grant offer has been made to GRI. At their latest meeting, the board of the Amarillo Economic Development Corporation also voted to approve local incentives for the project valued at more than $5 million.

This includes a 48-acre site for the facility in the CenterPort Business Park owned by the Amarillo EDC, and a job creation grant of $10,000 per new qualified job created. GRI is additionally seeking 10-year tax abatements for the project from local taxing authorities.

Gov. Abbott said in a release announcing the TEF grant for GRI that “Texas competed with multiple states to become home to this facility, and I am proud of our efforts to close this deal and inject hundreds of jobs and millions of dollars into our economy.”

Amarillo EDC Board Chairman John Kritser added that they are extremely excited to have secured this investment through a very rigorous site selection process with competition from New Mexico, Oklahoma and Kansas. Kritser added that GRI and its family of products supports the EDC’s mission to expand the local economy and provide sustainable employment to Amarillo citizens.

Alabama Gets Second MAAS Aviation Paint Facility at the Mobile Aeroplex at Brookley

Day two of the Paris Air Show brings more aviation and aerospace economic development project announcements for Mobile and Huntsville, AL.


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For starters, the Mobile Airport Authority announced a partnership with MAAS Aviation to build a new $39 million dollar twin bay paint facility at the Mobile Aeroplex at Brookley.

This will be in addition to the $13 million facility at the Airbus U.S. Manufacturing Facility site which MAAS Aviation is building after being awarded the contract for the A320 Family Assembly Line Paint Shop operation in Mobile, AL. MAAS is responsible for painting planes assembled at the Airbus plant in Mobile before the planes are delivered to customers.

This second new MAAS paint facility at the Mobile Aeroplex at Brookley will focus on the commercial MRO (maintenance, repair and overhaul) market in the Americas.

MAAS, which was originally expecting to create 34 jobs at the Airbus paint facility, will now add another 80, new full-time jobs for both facilities combined, and provide extensive training to their employees in Mobile as per their established workforce training programs.

Mobile Airport Authority Executive Director Roger Wehner said in a release announcing the new $39 million project that they are very happy with the partnership forged with MAAS over the last year, and added that MAAS is a world class partner and they have been impressed by the company’s internal focus on process and training.

Allan McArtor, Chairman-Airbus Group, Inc., said in the release that Airbus welcomes these new companies to the Mobile Aeroplex at Brookley. McArtor noted that it’s great that the Airbus U.S. Manufacturing Facility has helped to draw them to Mobile, which he said has so much to offer.

“Together we will help Mobile grow into world-class aerospace center, and hopefully welcome even more ‘new neighbors’ as we move forward,” added McArtor.

The MAAS project follows aviation and aerospace-related Mobile economic development announcements by Huntington Corp. and Star Aviation, both timed to coincide with the Paris Air Show kick-off.

Governor Robert Bentley also made another big aerospace announcement about the state’s initiation of the process of assessing the feasibility of landing Sierra Nevada Corporation’s Dream Chaser spacecraft at Huntsville International Airport.

The SNC Dream Chaser spacecraft is designed to function like a Space Shuttle, launched vertically atop a rocket and able to land horizontally on a runway after re-entry. If the preliminary studies work out and the FAA then issues a re-entry license to allow SNC to land the Dream Chaser spacecraft in Huntsville, it would make Huntsville International Airport the first commercial service airport to accommodate spacecraft landings.

Cincinnati Economic Development Agencies Awarded $88M Through NMTC Program

Two Cincinnati economic development agencies have been awarded a total of $88 million in federal funding resources through the U.S. Department of the Treasury’s New Market Tax Credit (NMTC) program.

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The awards to the Cincinnati Development Fund and Cincinnati New Markets Fund are part of a total of $3.5 billion in NMTC awards announced for 76 organizations across 27 states and the District of Columbia.

Through the NMTC program, the Treasury’s CDFI Fund provides tax credit incentives to Community Development Entities (CDEs) with the aim of generating investments for projects in low-income communities. The CDEs are in turn able to offer tax credits to investors in exchange for equity in the CDE. Backed by these NMTC supported capital investments, CDEs make loans to and investments into businesses operating in distressed areas.

In the 12 rounds of NMTC awards offered to CDEs so far, the CDFI Fund has awarded tax credit allocations totaling $43.5 billion. Combine this with the fact that every $1 in federal funding through the NMTC Program generates over $8 of private investment, and it’s no surprise that it has generated huge results.

Since its inception, the NMTC Program has created or retained nearly 600,000 jobs, and supported construction of 28 million square feet of manufacturing space and 60 million square feet of retail space, along with 75 million square feet of office space.

In this latest round, a total of $2.530 billion (or 73.6 percent) of NMTC investment proceeds is likely to be used for financing and supporting loans or investments into businesses in low-income communities. The remaining $908.5 million (26.4 percent) is likely to be used for financing and supporting real estate projects in low-income communities.

U.S. Treasury Secretary Jacob J. Lew said in a release that every community deserves a chance to succeed, and the NMTC Program is an economic development tool that spurs growth and breathes new life into neglected, underserved low-income communities.

U.S. Senator for Ohio Sherrod Brown, who helped pass legislation to extend the NMTC program, said that the tax credit for the two Cincinnati economic development agencies will help build upon Ohio’s existing strengths and bring new economic growth to the region.

Apart from the $43.35 million award for the Cincinnati Development Fund and the $45 million award for the Cincinnati New Markets Fund, other Ohio economic development organizations that received NMTC awards include the Cleveland New Markets Investment Fund II LLC – $50 million; Ohio Community Development Finance Fund (Columbus) – $55 million; and the Development Fund of the Western Reserve, Inc. (Akron) – $45 million.

You can see the full list of 76 NMTC award recipients in this round in the NMTC Award Book. They were chosen from a pool of 263 applicants that requested a total of approximately $19.9 billion in tax credit allocation authority.

Florida Announces Four Economic Development Projects at Paris Air Show

Florida got its Paris Air Show presence off to a strong start with the simultaneous announcement of four aerospace and aviation projects from Lockheed Martin, Embraer, GA Telesis, and Aerospace Precision. The announcements were made by Governor Rick Scott at the 51st International Paris Air Show.

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Cape Canaveral, FL (photo – Gind2005/wikipedia)

Supported by the State of Florida and the Space Coast Economic Development Commission, Lockheed Martin announced plans to create 130 new jobs at its Cape Canaveral facility with an average wage of $85,000, adding to the more than 500 people it already employs in Cape Canaveral.

Enterprise Florida President and CEO Bill Johnson said in a release announcing the project that “Lockheed Martin employs more than 12,000 Floridians throughout the state and we thank them for their continued commitment to the state.”

Space Coast EDC President and CEO Lynda Weatherman added that Lockheed Martin could have chosen to expand in any one of its major sites, and the decision to expand their footprint in Brevard County is a win for the community.

The second major announcement at the Paris Air Show involving Brevard and the Space Coast EDC was Embraer’s decision to construct a new building in the Spaceport Commerce Park in Titusville, FL to provide seating solutions for Embraer products. The company will invest $3.5 million and create 150 jobs with an average annual wage of $48,000.

Project Eagle, the name of the proposed Embraer expansion during the site selection process, was supported by Enterprise Florida, the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity, Brevard County, Space Coast EDC and the North Brevard Economic Development Zone (NBEDZ).

To secure and facilitate the project, NBEDZ has approved $2.5 million to offset construction costs, in addition to the provision of an approximately 15-acre lot in the county-owned Spaceport Commerce Park in Titusville.

Space Coast EDC’s Weatherman said that the use of incentives from the Zone did exactly what they were designed to do – enable North Brevard to not only attract, but win a project of this caliber.

Gov. Scott also announced that commercial aerospace firm GA Telesis is relocating one of its U.S. distribution centers to Miami, bringing 55 new jobs to Florida. This follows the relocation of the GA Telesis Composite Repair Group from Arizona to Fort Lauderdale.

The Governor also announced that Aerospace Precision, an FAA/EASA repair facility, is relocating some of its operations from San Diego, CA to Hollywood, FL, bringing 25 new jobs to Florida. Aerospace Precision, which already has 40 employees at the Hollywood location, recently acquired Luchner Tool Engineering and is consolidating some of Luchner’s operations with its own facility in Hollywood.

Lastly, Gov. Scott also announced that Space Florida Board of Directors has officially approved the previously announced transfer of the Shuttle Landing Facility at Kennedy Space Center from NASA to Space Florida.

The availability of one of the world’s most famous and reputed shuttle launch facilities with horizontal launch capability puts Florida right at the forefront of the growing commercial space market. The Space Coast EDC estimates that it will create more than 200 new jobs over the next six years in Brevard County.

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