Precision Castparts announces new Ohio facility
Precision Castparts Corp. announced Mason, Ohio, will house a concept research and development integration center for its PCC Aerostructures division and a manufacturing innovation center for its SPS Technologies business.
PCC will invest $128 million in two facilities on 31 acres. The new campus is expected to bring 190 new employees to the city.
PCC is a build-to-print manufacturer of complex structural and mechanical assemblies in the aerospace industry.
“SPS Technologies has a strong presence in Ohio, where it has an advantage of being close to its customers in the aerospace and aviation industry,” said Dana Saucier, JobsOhio vice president and head of economic development. “This new facility will allow SPS Technologies to maximize its customers’ experience and advance its innovations while bringing 190 quality jobs to Mason.”