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Col-Met Breaks Ground on New Texas Facility

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The mayor of Rockwall, Texas, where the facility will be built, praised the company for its contribution to the local economy.


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Col-Met Engineered Finishing Solutions joined with city officials and development partners to celebrate the groundbreaking of its new facility in Rockwall, Texas. Eric Jones, Col-Met founder and CEO, began the ceremony explaining how this new facility will enable the company to achieve its aggressive long-term growth strategy.

Rockwall Mayor Jim Pruitt also spoke about the impact this development will have on the community. “We are excited to have Col-Met bring this state-of-the-art facility to Rockwall,” he said. “Partnering with businesses to encourage their growth in our community remains a primary focus for Rockwall and our economic development.”

Scheduled for completion by the end of 2015, the 150,000-square-foot building will have the capacity to grow to over 200,000 square feet and will include office space, manufacturing space and a distributor training room will be able to hold more than 50 people.

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