NCI Building Systems brings 60 jobs to Colonial Heights, Va.

The metal building manufacturer recently hosted a grand opening event in Colonial Heights, Virginia, for the public unveiling of their seventh company plant. The facility manufactures Metl-Span products and will eventually create up to 60 jobs for the community.

Dorothy Jaeckle, member of the board of supervisors at Chesterfield County, takes up the ceremonial scissors with (from left) Norm Chambers, president and CEO at NCI Building Systems (NCI), Mark Dobbins, president and CEO of NCI’s Metal Components Division, and Jeff Irwin, executive vice president and director of the architectural division at Metl-Span, during the Metl-Span plant ribbon cutting ceremony in Colonial Heights, Virginia, on May 7, 2014. The facility answers a growing demand along the East Coast for insulated metal building envelopes on high-profile applications in new and retrofit construction. The 109,000-sq.-ft. plant is NCI’s seventh manufacturing location and will make a positive contribution to the Richmond-area economy, creating up to 60 manufacturing jobs.

NCI Building Systems (NCI) hosted a grand opening event for their new Metl-Span plant in Colonial Heights, Virginia, on May 7, 2014. The facility answers a growing demand along the East Coast for insulated metal building envelopes on high-profile applications in new and retrofit construction. The 109,000-sq.-ft. plant is NCI’s seventh manufacturing location and will make a positive contribution to the Richmond-area economy, creating up to 60 manufacturing jobs.


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