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October 20,  2021

 

SIMPSONVILLE, Ky. (WTVQ) – Kentuckiana Curb Co. Inc., a manufacturer of commercial HVAC products doing business as KCC Manufacturing, broke ground Thursday on the company’s new $60 million operation in Simpsonville, a project creating 700 well-paying jobs for Kentuckians.

“As we celebrate Manufacturing Month across the commonwealth, new and expanding companies within the sector continue to move their projects ahead with a vision for the future,” Gov. Andy Beshear said. “I want to once again thank KCC Manufacturing for this significant commitment to our state, and I congratulate the company on today’s major step forward toward creating hundreds of quality job opportunities for Kentucky families.”

In response to an increased need for production space, KCC will construct a 380,000-square-foot manufacturing facility and a 40,000-square-foot research and development operation on 80 acres along Buck Creek Road in Simpsonville.

{mprestriction ids="1,4,9"}The project will boost the company’s HVAC equipment production, as well as roof curbs, curb adapters and other sheet metal products for roof-mounted air conditioning equipment.

KCC’s customer base has grown in recent years and includes agritech-related businesses, health care facilities, school districts, retail, hotels and restaurants across the U.S. Company leaders anticipate construction will be completed by late 2022. KCC’s existing Kentucky footprint includes two manufacturing facilities in Jeffersontown, where it currently employs more than 550 people.

“The future is in our hands, and I am confident in the growth and evolution of future products,” said KCC Manufacturing CEO Al Fiorini.

 

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