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New Manufacturers Coming to Bryan

The Texas Triangle Business Park in north Bryan is getting two more manufacturers.

Dennis Goehring of the Bryan Business Council told the city council Tuesday that Headwaters, which turns fly ash cleaned out from power plants into concrete blocks, is moving its corporate offices here, adding 26 employees.

Goering says Bakery Feeds, which converts inedible bakery products into chicken feed, will be building a $10 million plant that will employ 35 people.



Goehring is also working on adding a rail spur at the request of three others interested in locating at the business park.



Goehring has also pitched Blinn College the idea of moving their workforce development center to the former TxDOT district offices on Texas near Highway 21.



Goehring also updated the city council on other projects in other parts of Bryan.


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Posted by on Jan 15 2014. Filed under Featured Stories, News.
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