A growing subsidiary of DHA Holdings, Inc., will be tripling the size of its production facility in Glenville and create an additional 30 to 40 jobs over the next three years.
Schenectady County announced today that Integrated Fab Technologies, LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of DHA, will expand its facility in the Glenville Business and Technology Park from 12,000 to 36,000 square feet. The county is loaning $100,000 through its revolving loan fund to help with the expansion at Building 204 in the park.
Schenectady-based Galesi Group is providing the additional leased space. DHA also has the option to lease an additional 24,000 square feet of production space for any potential growth in the future.
“We continue to serve the needs of our customers in the power generation sector,” said DHA President David Dussault in a news release issued today. “Our facility in Glenville gives us the space we need to continue to expand our production to handle new orders.”
DHA is a process engineering business that provides large fabrication services for the power generation and oil/gas industries. It’s recently received orders from General Electric to build gas turbine skid systems for GE’s aero derivative plant in Houston, Texas.
Others assisting in the expansion include Pioneer Bank, the Small Business Administration and the New York Business Development Corporation.
Marty Finn, chair of the county legislature’s Economic Development and Planning Committee, said county officials are excited that DHA is committed to Schenectady County.
“We thank them for investing in Schenectady County when they could be anywhere in the world,” he said in the release.
DHA also has a 17,000-square-foot machining operation on Front Street and is in the process of rehabbing 414 Union St. as its corporate headquarters.
Reach Gazette reporter Bethany Bump at 395-3107 or [email protected]
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