Chattanooga, Tennessee – A local 3D construction company (KCC), a 3d construction firm that specializes in the construction of infrastructure and urban projects, has announced plans to relocate from Chattanooga to Cleveland, Ohio.
According to King Construction, the move is meant to better utilize their resources and the city will gain more revenue and be able to invest more in their workforce.
“We’re proud to be moving into Cleveland, Ohio, a vibrant, vibrant city that has a huge talent pool,” King Construction President and CEO Scott Johnson said in a press release.
“With more people moving to Cleveland and the Cleveland skyline coming closer to the skyline of downtown Cleveland, the new location will be an opportunity to grow the company and to continue to serve our customers.”
The company is currently based in Atlanta, Georgia.
The news comes less than two months after King Construction announced they would be expanding their presence in Atlanta.
In the press release, King’s CEO, Scott Johnson, stated that the company was “looking to expand into the metro Atlanta area” and the relocation to Cleveland will allow the company to do just that.
However, it was unclear if the company plans to continue its Atlanta footprint, which includes the Capital One Arena, and the Bobby Knight Center.
King has been making headlines since they announced they were moving their headquarters from Atlanta to Chattanooga, where the company would be able to continue providing services to their customers.
Now, the news will bring more of a spotlight on the city that allows KCC to be a major employee in the new city.
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