Millville, NJ – Northeast Precast, LLC, makers of precast concrete for both residential and commercial use, recently announced plans to expand its operations at the Lascarides Industrial Park, located in Millville, NJ. The expansion will add five acres of property to the 20 already occupied in Millville by the company, and will be the location a new 50,000 square-foot manufacturing building.
With this expansion, Northeast Precast expects to add approximately 30 new jobs once complete, to its existing 100-person workforce. John Ruga, Northeast Precast President reported, “This expansion will allow us to keep up with demand of our current product lines, and expand our efforts with new products such as pile caps for bridges, nuclear plant security products, and more.”
Cumberland County Freeholder Director Joe Derella stated, “This is another great example of private industry and government entities working hand-in-hand to help bring jobs into the County along with more tax ratables, both of which are greatly needed.”
The expansion plans were coordinated via the Cumberland County Improvement Authority (CCIA). “Our role was that of coordinator,” said James Watson, CCIA- Construction and Economic Development Director. “We helped bring together officials at the city, county and state levels, as well as presented information on available incentives like the GROW NJ tax incentive program, which Northeast Precast was awarded. We are delighted to be part of helping Northeast Precast grow here in Cumberland County.”
Northeast Precast got its start in Millville NJ as Superior Walls of South Jersey in 2001. The original five-person company with salespeople has grown to employing over 100 people. For more information on Northeast Precast, visit www.northeastprecast.com.
Cumberland County Freeholder Director Joe Derella, left receives a tour of Northeast Precast’s facility while discussing the 50,000 sq. manufacturing facility addition in the Mike Lascarides Industrial Park in Millville, NJ, along with Lorie and John Ruga, of Northeast Precast, and Jim Watson, Cumberland County Improvement Authority’s Construction and Economic Development Director.