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Forsyth County approved 2 incentive grants for expanding businesses in Winston. ""Commissioners approved a $2.7 million incentives deal for Ardagh Group, which is proposing an expansion of its me

Investment and expansion at Forsyth Medical Center. https://rebusinessonline.com/novant-health-plans-222m-hospital-expansion-in-winston-salem-north-carolina/

Jobs and investment coming to Forsyth County. https://www.bizjournals.com/triad/news/2021/05/18/winston-salem-approves-incentives-for-ardagh.html?utm_source=st  

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Forsyth County approved 2 incentive grants for expanding businesses in Winston.

""Commissioners approved a $2.7 million incentives deal for Ardagh Group, which is proposing an expansion of its metal can manufacturing plant at 4000 Old Milwaukee Lane in Winston-Salem that would create 94 additional jobs.  Commissioners also voted to accept a $4.5 million grant from the U.S. Commerce Department Economic Development Administration and to approve $1.6 million in incentives for North State Aviation to upgrade its facilities at Smith Reynolds Airport, a project that would increase its employment from 100 to 300 over two years.

Previously called “Project Blue Wave,” Triad Business Journal reported in April 16 that Ardagh Metal Beverage USA Inc. was seeking incentives to make a capital investment of at least $195.5 million in building, machinery and equipment and create at last 94 new full-time or full-time equivalent jobs over two years with an average annual wage of at least $77,300. 

North State Aviation will invest $2.5 million in a project that includes refurbishing mechanical systems and wholesale renovations of its hangar and parking lot at the airport. Built in 1969, the facility is formerly the home of Piedmont Airlines and is the largest asset of the county-owned airport.  Headquartered in Winston-Salem, North State Aviation is an FAA-certified repair station with heavy maintenance, modification and repair capabilities for Boeing 727, 737-200 through 737-900 series, 757-200 and 757-300 series, and Airbus A-320 aircraft.""

""Continued was a public hearing on incentives for a vitamin and nutritional supplement maker that is considering moving its headquarters from New York and relocating its Davidson County manufacturing facility to Whitaker Park. There, the unnamed company would consolidate operations and purchase a 400,000-square-foot building on the former RJ Reynolds campus.  Dubbed “Project Health,” the company is seeking $327,450 in incentives from the county and $265,000 from the City of Winston-Salem with plans to invest $21.7 million in building, machinery and equipment over a two-year period. The proposed project would create at least 263 new full-time or full-time equivalent jobs ""

so these expanding businesses in Forsyth County with new jobs are starting to add up.  

Forsyth County Commission OKs incentives for Ardagh - Triad Business Journal (bizjournals.com)

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