Ground broken for new Hampton Industrial Park building
With the push of a foot and the turn of a shovel, ground was broken for the Hampton Industrial Park’s new building on Monday morning.
Thirteen local business leaders and government officals met on a plot of land between Buresh Buildings and DMB Supply in the industrial park for the ground breaking ceremony. Dirt work for the new building, named Spec 4, is planned to start next week, and officials are hoping construction wraps up sometime in the fall.
“The goal is to move as quickly on it as possible,” said Karen Mitchell, director of the Franklin County Development Association (FCDA).
Read the full article in the May 7 edition of the Hampton Chronicle.