Solar Manufacturing’s new building closes in on completion

Bill and Myrtle Jones, owners of the Solar Atmospheres family of companies, in the center of the 40,000-square-foot manufacturing area during the most recent site inspection. (Courtesy: Solar Atmospheres)

Solar Manufacturing’s new facility is beginning to take shape. With the exterior of the building now fully enclosed, the project is closer to completion.

The nearly 20,000-square-foot two-story office building situated in the front of the manufacturing area is fully enclosed, enabling the next phase of building can begin.
“This plant will be one of the most advanced facilities in the United States for the assembly of vacuum furnaces,” Jones said. The new facility is built on the 44-acre Brownfield redevelopment site on the Sellersville Business Campus in Sellersville, Pennsylvania.

The $8 million project is approximately 85 percent complete and the company expects to be operational by late summer or early fall 2019.

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