Brentwood Industries Inc. will expand its operations into 6 Commerce Drive, Cumru Township Berks County.
The building was home to various companies, with the most recent company being Worley Parsons. The facility is a 31,000 sf. two-story office building located just off I-176 and Rt. 10. The building was purchased at a sheriff Sale by Brentwood Industries who was in the market looking to either purchase an existing building or build a new facility.
The Article Below is from the Reading Eagle.
Brentwood Industries Inc. will expand its operations in Berks County with the help of a $2 million loan from the Pennsylvania Industrial Development Authority, Greater Berks Development Fund announced Wednesday.
The loan will assist in the Reading-based international plastics company’s acquisition and renovation of a 31,000-square-foot corporate office facility at 6 Commerce Drive in Cumru Township.
The building, which Brentwood purchased Oct. 5 in a sheriff’s sale, will house the company’s water group, sales, engineering and operations functions.
Peter Pellicano, vice president of finance at Brentwood, said Wednesday that the acquisition of the facility will accommodate expansion as a result of continued sales growth for the company.
The employees and services that will move to the new location are housed at the company’s two locations on Morgantown Road and Brentwood Drive.
Brentwood anticipates expanding its Berks County workforce by 30 jobs over the next three years, according to the news release.
The Commerce Drive building was built to house Horrigan American, said Christopher S. Witmer, director of project development with Great Berks Development Fund.
Witmer said the building has changed hands a few times since it was built, but has been vacant for some time.
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