Company to invest $16 million through project

Nashville – NewBasis, LLC officials announced today the company will invest $16.3 million to establish its first operations in Tennessee. 

Through the project, NewBasis will create 249 new jobs in Wilson County.

“Companies continue to choose Tennessee because of our exceptional workforce and strong business climate. I welcome NewBasis to the Volunteer State and thank them for creating nearly 250 highly skilled jobs for families across Wilson County,” said Gov. Bill Lee.

Located in the Alligood Industrial Park, NewBasis’ Lebanon facility will be the company’s first location outside of its headquarters in California and will directly support its increased customer demand across the East Coast.

“NewBasis is all about providing unparalleled service and best-in-class products to our customers. After an exhaustive search, we found the State of Tennessee to be the ideal partner for our new state-of-the-art facility as we look to better serve our central and southeastern U.S. markets. With access to the vibrant workforce in and around Wilson County, Tennessee’s business-friendly environment and the area’s unsurpassed logistics network, we couldn’t be more excited about our future,” said NewBasis, LLC President Tony Helf.

Founded more than 80 years ago, NewBasis, LLC is a leading manufacturer of fiberglass and polymer concrete below-ground enclosures and utility pads. Today, NewBasis serves a variety of utility, municipality and telecom customers.

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