Service Center Metals expanding in Prince George
Service Center Metals, which makes aluminum extrusions, is expanding operations in Prince George County. The expansion is expected to create 35 jobs.
Work was recently completed on the company’s 190,462-square-foot facility expansion at SouthPoint Business Park.
The project was designed and built by The Hollingsworth Cos., a Clinton, Tenn.-based industrial real estate firm.
“This is a strategic move that will expand key operations and enable further growth,” Scott Kelley, Service Center Metals’ CEO said in a statement.
Tom Wortham, Hollingsworth’s senior vice president of architecture and business development, said the project is the fourth that the firm has handled for Service Center Metals in Prince George.
Service Center Metals began operations in 2003.