Super Radiator Coils announces $9M expansion in Chesterfield
Up to 50 more jobs expected
Super Radiator Coils will hold a shovel ceremony April 12 to mark the third expansion of its manufacturing facility in northern Chesterfield County — a $9 million project that will add 56,000 square feet and up to 50 jobs, according to a company announcement Monday.
The company employs around 210 people at its plant on Southlake Boulevard in Chesterfield, where it makes specialty coils for such industries as power generation, food processing, data center cooling and the military.
“The components we make enable the mechanical equipment that powers our world,” Matt Holland, vice president of operations for the company’s Richmond division, said in a release. “This investment in Chesterfield County will enable us to continue in that mission.”
Super Radiator Coils, which is headquartered in Minnesota, established its Virginia presence in 1980.
“We are so pleased to have such a quality manufacturer here in Chesterfield that provides valuable careers to our residents, especially now in a time when it is really needed,” Chesterfield County Board of Supervisors Vice Chairman Chris Winslow said in a statement.