Rochester firm gets OK to expand.
The board unanimously approved the plan in a rare one-night approval for the large-scale project. The company envisioned the expansion in 1999, when the first 60,000 square feet of the pre-engineered building was built, so grading drainage and wetlands issues already have been resolved.
The company plans to knock down a wall in the existing manufacturing facility so when the addition is complete, above the visitor's parking area, it will look like one building. The expansion also calls for a brick veneer second floor, atop the office building fronting the manufacturing space.
Albany officials said there will be "net additions" of between 25 and 50 workers by 2009, bringing total local employment to around 150. The new jobs will be for engineers, administration and accounting, and machine operators, particularly on second and third shifts.
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|Title Annotation:||REAL ESTATE & CONSTRUCTION * in brief; Albany Engineered Composites|
|Publication:||New Hampshire Business Review|
|Article Type:||Brief article|
|Date:||Feb 16, 2007|
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