11 Dec Ribbon Cutting Held at Savannah Chatham Manufacturing Center
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The Savannah Economic Development Authority (SEDA) Savannah Chatham Manufacturing Center is ready for development! A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held this week to mark the opening of the first phase of the 685-acre industrial development facility located off Old River Road in Savannah. The first phase includes over 2.5 million square feet of space with individual parcels available sized from nine to 100 upland acres, adding to the flourishing manufacturing climate along the I-16 corridor. The site is expected to be a major job creator and source of tax revenue for Chatham County and was made possible in-part with the approval of SPLOST VI by County voters. T&H has been involved in the project since its inception and provided site development, planning, permitting, and construction phase services.
Several T&H staff members who have had an instrumental role in bringing this project to fruition attended the ribbon-cutting event, including Sam McCachern, Ralph Forbes, Jason Chambless, Tre Wilkins Trent Thompson, Ryan Thompson, and Brad Rife. Daniel Greene, Sam Newsome, and Jennifer Roach were not in attendance at the event, but have also made major contributions to the project.
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