NewsroomJune 2019Nord-Lock Group Secures Building IV at Clinton Commerce CenterNewsroom Archives 2019 OctoberSeptemberAugustJulyJuneMayAprilFebruaryJanuary 2018 DecemberNovemberOctoberAugustJulyJuneMayAprilFebruaryJanuary 2017 NovemberOctoberSeptemberAugustJulyJuneMayAprilJanuary 2016 DecemberNovemberOctoberSeptemberAugustJulyJuneMayAprilMarchFebruaryJanuary 2015 DecemberSeptemberJulyJuneAprilMarchFebruaryJanuary 2014 DecemberSeptemberMarch 2013 DecemberAugustJulyMarch Friday June 21, 2019 Nord-Lock Group Secures Building IV at Clinton Commerce Center Al. Neyer’s Clinton Commerce Center development will soon welcome Nord-Lock Group at the Bldg IV site. From the Pittsburgh Business Times: BOLT MANUFACTURER EXPANDING IN ALLEGHENY COUNTY, ADDING JOBS Gov. Tom Wolf announced today that bolt manufacturer Nord-Lock Group will be expanding its operations in Allegheny County, a move that is expected to create almost 40 new, full time jobs and retain 110 existing ones. Nord-Lock, which is based in Sweden, has operations and its wholly owned subsidiary Superbolt Inc. based in Carnegie. The company said it needs more space for manufacturing, and is planning to construct an 125,000-square-foot building in Findlay Township — located near Pittsburgh International Airport — that will serve as the Nord-Lock Group’s North American headquarters. The move is expected to create 37 jobs over the next three years. Nord-Lock has pledged at least $4 million toward the project. Read more from Luke Torrance at the Pittsburgh Business Times here. About The Project The 125,000 SF build-to-suit precast building in Findlay Township will have over 18,000 SF of office space, a 3,000 SF warehouse mezzanine office, 32’ clearance, 10-ton, and 5-ton cranes, and six overhead doors for shipping/receiving. The project breaks ground in June 2019 with a Spring 2020 completion. The Clinton Commerce Center has prime positioning with easy access to I-376, I-576, and US Routes 22 and 30, allowing industrial users to take advantage of the rapid growth expected in Western Pennsylvania for the foreseeable future. You can read more about our work at Clinton Commerce Center here, here, here, here, here, and here. Recent NewsThursday November 14, 2019Al. Neyer pursuing 480,000-square-foot development in Westmoreland CountyWednesday October 23, 2019Al. Neyer named to the 2019 Deloitte Cincinnati USA 100Wednesday October 2, 20195 inductees, including 3 women, join Cincinnati Business Hall of Fame at Thursday eventThursday September 26, 2019Durham ready for Black Wall Street resurgence, investor says. Is Cincinnati the model?