Charleston, South Carolina – M.C. Dean, Inc., a company that has been in the are for more than 20 years, is about to invest $7.3 million in Charleston County.
According to their announcement, this investment will open more than 120 jobs in an effort to expand operations in the county.
“By more than doubling our electrical, electronic security, audio visual and IT systems evaluation, integration and testing lab capacity while expanding our regional employment, we’re able to deliver immediate value to our customers’ quality, reliability and performance outcomes. South Carolina’s wealth of technical talent combined with its strong economic development environment make it an attractive location for our ongoing business investment,” stated M.C. Dean Chief Executive Officer Bill Dean.
“South Carolina’s talented and well-trained workforce is why companies like M.C. Dean, Inc. find success here. We congratulate this great company on this announcement, and we look forward to continuing this partnership for years to come,” added Gov. Henry McMaster.
The new 25,000-square-foot facility in North Charleston should service its defense, technology, manufacturing and healthcare customers. The complete process should be finished by 2022.
For more information, please visit M.C. Dean, Inc. website.