Hall Industries, an engineering and manufacturing company with multiple locations statewide, recently announced that it will streamline operations in western Pennsylvania in Mercer County.
The company will purchase Cooper Industrial Commons in Grove City, a 468,000-square-foot brownfield site, and renovate it. It also will purchase new machinery and equipment and train employees.
The company will invest more than $11.8 million into the project, which will retain 184 positions and create 57 new, full-time jobs over the next three years.
“Hall Industries has called Western Pennsylvania home since 1966, and today we are happy to say that Hall Industries will continue to call Pennsylvania home for the foreseeable future,” Tony Kaper, Hall Industries vice president of operations, said.
The Department of Community and Economic Development submitted a funding proposal for $2.65 million in loans through the Pennsylvania Industrial Development Authority, a $723,000 Pennsylvania First grant, and a $114,000 grant for workforce training.
Hall Industries provides service, mechanical improvements, and engineering and design of components for the aviation industry, as well as providing ground and maintenance support at airports.
The company also operates facilities in Ellwood City and Canonsburg and has facilities at the Philadelphia and Pittsburgh international airports. These facilities will remain open.