T&H Projects In The News: November 2022

T&H Projects In The News: November 2022

Georgia International Commerce Centre, Bryan County, GA We are ecstatic to be a part of this significant addition to Chesterfield’s industrial portfolio. SJT Properties broke on the Georgia International Commerce Centre in Bryan County this week. The 6.5 million-square-foot distribution facility will consist of at least eight buildings. Proximity to I-16 and the Hyundai Metaplant America were cited as influential drivers for locating in the area.  Click here to view more on WTOC.

Norma Precision Inc., Bryan County, GA, T&H extended congratulations to our clients, Bryan County and the Development Authority of Bryan County on another outstanding project win! Norma Precision Inc. is expanding in Bryan County, Georgia, by building a new 300,000-square-foot manufacturing and distribution facility at Interstate Centre III adjacent to U.S. 280 and I-16. The Georgia Ready for Accelerated Development (GRAD) certified site was fast-tracked for development via advanced due diligence. Norma Precision is already hiring for various positions and is expected to bring 600 jobs to Bryan County. Click here to read a press release from the office of Gov. Brian Kemp

I-77 International Megasite, Fairfield County, SC, The Post and Courier examines the strategy behind developing the I-77 International Megasite in Fairfield County. Just north of Columbia, Fairfield County Economic Development expects that speed to market via completed due diligence and a pre-graded site will draw manufacturers to set up shop. Click here to read more

Marion Lake, Savannah, GA, Construction is underway on Marion Lake in western Chatham County! T&H is on the Mariner Group team for the creation of the Marion Lake multifamily community just west of I-95 in Savannah. The multifamily property will include 340 units on a 23-acre lakefront site. ​Read more in the Savannah Business Journal

Ascend Elements Apex II, Hopkinsville, KY, We are planting our flag in the state of Kentucky! Congratulations to our Nashville-based team on expanding T&H’s service footprint into the Bluegrass State with Ascend Elements’ Apex II groundbreaking at Hopkinsville’s Commerce Park II. The 450,000-square-foot industrial facility will process used lithium-ion batteries into materials compatible with battery systems in electric vehicles. The cutting-edge operation is the most significant investment in southwestern Kentucky’s history. Thomas & Hutton is proud to work with SSOE Group on the 140-acre site. Click here to read more