Leader in engineered structural connectors and building solutions to expand, invest $110 million in Gallatin
Nashville – Simpson Strong-Tie officials announced today the company will invest $110 million to expand in Gallatin by locating a new facility on Airport Road.
Simpson Strong-Tie will create an additional 37 new jobs in Sumner County.
“Thanks to our state’s strong business climate, exceptional workforce and thriving economy, companies continue to choose Tennessee as the place to grow and expand. I thank Simpson Strong-Tie for its commitment to job creation in our state and look forward to seeing the opportunities this announcement brings for families in Sumner County,” said Gov. Bill Lee.
The new location will allow Simpson Strong-Tie to better meet its growing product demand and relocate a portion of its fastener manufacturing operations to Gallatin. Simpson Strong-Tie selected local design-build developer, Al. Neyer, as a full-service real estate partner for the project. Upon completion, the company will employ nearly 250 people across Tennessee.
A part of Simpson Manufacturing Co., Inc., Simpson Strong-Tie is a leading manufacturer of high-quality wood and concrete construction solutions that help people design and build safer, stronger homes, building and communities. At its Gallatin facility, the company produces structural screws, nails and its Quik Drive® collated fastening systems.
“This expansion more than doubles our current production capacity and footprint, enabling us to meet increased product demand and keep fastener manufacturing close to our North America customers. The new site will also improve efficiency, help ensure we continue to provide exceptional customer service, and open up career opportunities for employees and job applicants alike,” said Mike Olosky, president and CEO, Simpson Strong-Tie.
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