WAYCROSS, Ga. — Gov. Brian Kemp announced Wednesday that ADMARES, which specializes in industrialized manufacturing of buildings and homes, plans to construct its first U.S. manufacturing facility in Waycross, Georgia.
The company expects to create over 1,400 new jobs and invest $750 million in Ware County.
“Projects like this prove that in every part of the state, Georgia has what job creators look for,” said Gov. Kemp. “We’re proud to welcome ADMARES to the No. 1 state for business and thankful for their decision to locate in a rural part of Georgia, as so many other companies have done in recent years. This project will not only bring more opportunities to hardworking Georgians, but it will also help innovate the home building industry at a time when we need more rural workforce housing.”
ADMARES is a company that originates from Turku, Finland and specializes in the mass production of buildings using proprietary technology. Currently, the organization is in the process of relocating its headquarters to the U.S. The company’s buildings have been used in both the residential and hospitality sectors.
ADMARES has selected a greenfield site to construct a 2.5-million-square-foot build-to-suit facility located along Highway 23 in Waycross. The manufacturing facility will specialize in producing buildings for the housing sector and is expected to begin production in late 2025.
The company will be hiring for positions in administration, management, engineering and IT, as well as logistics, assembly, robotics maintenance and production. Interested individuals can learn more about working at ADMARES by visiting www.admares.com.
“We are excited that ADMARES has chosen Ware County for their first production facility in the world,” said Ware County Commission Chairman Elmer Thrift.
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