Bryan & Brazos County Approve Eco-Devo AgreementsFeatured Stories, News Monday, April 29th, 2013
Tuesday morning we’ll know more about the international company headed to the Texas Triangle business park north of Bryan.
Three meetings were held Friday afternoon to approve the final contracts. The Brazos County Commission unanimously agreed to a resolution offering property tax breaks to Kuadrum Pipe and Tube.
The Bryan City Council approved a ten year non-annexation agreement for 183 acres of land, and the city-county economic development foundation that operates the business park approved the land sale agreement.
The county resolution describes Kuadrum as a Delaware corporation that “produces steel tubes and related products and services, bare, galvanized and pre-primered products to the construction, transportation, metal building, metal fabricating, agricultural, and other OEM metal-consuming markets in Mexico, the United States, and Canada”.
The $120 million dollar plant is supposed to hire 285 employees with an annual payroll of $10,545,000 dollars.
Kuadrum042613peters.mp3Brazos County Judge Duane Peters visits with WTAW’s Bill Oliver.
Kuadrum042613edf.mp3Comments from Bryan Mayor Jason Bienski, who chaired the economic development foundation meeting.
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