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Precision Castparts Corp. Establishing New R&D Campus for Aviation Engineering and Manufacturing in Mason, Ohio, R&D Park
The new $128 million lab will be close to clients and resources to build a strong talent pool
Company Name: Precision Castparts Corp.
Industry Sector: Aerospace & Aviation
Company Profile: Precision Castparts Corp. (PCC), a wholly owned subsidiary of Berkshire Hathaway, is a worldwide, diversified manufacturer of complex metal components and products, and is the market leader in manufacturing large, complex structural investment castings, airfoil castings, and forged components used in jet aircraft engines and industrial gas turbines. Nearly every aircraft in the sky flies with parts made by PCC.
Company Website: http://www.pccaero.com
- Type of Project: New location
- Jobs Committed: 190
- Capital Investment: $128,700,000
PCC was considering an R&D and manufacturing investment to support a new integration model. An environment near to vendors and diverse engineering firms was critical in its decision to build in Ohio.
“We were really impressed with the strong industry partnerships Mason, Ohio, has established in the business community, as well as the state and local collaboration. This is exactly the type of environment we were seeking.” - Blake Ray, vice president of advanced manufacturing, PCC
After a global search, PCC decided to build a new 31-acre campus within Mason, Ohio’s, new 400-acre R&D Park.
The site was selected for its connectivity to complementary aerospace clients and partners along Innovation Way and southwest Ohio. Ohio has been a leader in aviation since the beginning of flight. Today, it is the No. 1 supplier of Boeing and Airbus, and home to industry innovators including L3 Harris and GE Aviation. Business partnerships and state and local collaboration were also important in the company’s final decision.
The site will have two facilities: a concept research and development integration center for its PCC aerostructures division and a manufacturing innovation center for its SPS technologies business.
REDI Cincinnati, the city of Mason, Mason City Council, Mason Port Authority, JobsOhio and the Ohio Development Services Agency