The LVGEA has assisted Tectonics Industries, LLC in accessing state and incentive programs, leading to the company agreeing to hire an additional 26 employees over the next two years.
Tectonics, a provider of solutions in the engineering, printing, fabrication and installation of graphic displays opted to expand in Southern Nevada over other various locations. In the mix were Detroit, Chicago and Lithia Springs, Georgia, according to the company’s state abatement application.
“Southern Nevada is very important to our national strategy enabling our company to service a large region of the west coast with next day shipping,” said Lee Skandalaris, President and CEO of Tectonics Industries, LCC. “These abatements are critical to our expansion and will allow us to make further investment in our facility including the purchase of new equipment, hiring additional employees and locating our retail division headquarters in Nevada. We thank the Las Vegas Global Economic Alliance and the many regional partners that continue to support our growth.”
Continuing their investment in Nevada, Tectonics will expand their facility based in North Las Vegas that serves as their Western hub for the United States.
In addition to meeting statutory abatement requirements for job creation, Tectonics will also pay an average hourly wage of $23.32 and make $3,113,000 investment in capital equipment.
“As a location for production facility on the West coast, Southern Nevada is uniquely positioned. Tectonics will not only be able to take advantage of our region’s business friendly operating environment, but also our accessibility to other markets,” said Jared Smith, Chief Operating Officer, Las Vegas Global Economic Alliance.
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