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Compete. Everyday. Forever. Prosperity for Tacoma-Pierce County. The EDB's 2016-2020 work program prospectus
Wellspring 2014 clean water technology conference materials
EDB unveils 2014 Major Employers List!
View Materials from the 2014 Pierce County Aerospace Summit
2014 Pierce County Aerospace Survey Results
Gov. Inslee and local business leaders speak at the 2014 Annual Meeting
See the 2014 Excellent 10 List here
Chambers Bay - site of the 2015 US Open gets some publicity during the Seahawks 49ers game
Pierce County Aerospace Supplier Guide website
Pierce County Skills Center teaches composites skills to high school students
Port of Tacoma launches new blog to support SR 167 completion
Water Works Here website launches
GKN Aerospace announces new plant in Sumner to supply wingtips for the 737MAX
Columbia Bank makes Forbes list of the nation's Top 20 Banks
Niagara Bottling LLC cuts the ribbon on its new Frederickson bottling plant
Niagara Bottling LLC founder Andy Peykoff Sr., and President Andy Peykoff Jr. are joined by Pierce County Executive Pat McCarthy, Tacoma Mayor Marilyn Strickland and other dignitaries to cut the ribbon on the new 311,000 square foot bottling and manufacturing facility in Frederickson completing a $50 million private capital investment which has created 60 new jobs so far.
EDB's US Open Pre-Function event draws business and community leaders
Pierce County's Northwest Door flexes its global muscles with a shipment to Saudi Arabia made possible by the Export Import Bank.
Approximately 160 gather at the 2014 Pierce County Aerospace Summit to hear from industry experts on exports, lean manufacturing, and workforce education
EDB and Pierce County attend the Farnborough Air Show with Governor Inslee
Boeing Frederickson to manufacture 777X composite tail piece
The EDB Annual Meeting highlights top projects from 2013 and future projects
BNY Mellon decides to stay in downtown Tacoma, renews lease!
BNY Mellon renewed its lease at their building on Broadway Plaza (seen at left with the Hotel Murano in the background). With more than 170 employees, BNY Mellon is one of Tacoma's top 25 for-profit employers and has been operating in this location since 1999.
See the EDB press release here
Activity heating up in Frederickson - progress continues on Niagara plant construction
Niagara Bottling, LLC, the largest family-owned bottled water manufacturer in the United States, will open their first facility in the Pacific Northwest in Randles Business Park in the Frederickson Industrial Area. The new 311,000-square-foot facility will initially create 36 new jobs and make a capital investment of approximately $50 million. See the progress of the construction of their new facility in the photos above take in July (left) and September (right) 2013.
TAM's new wing will feature the Haub Family Collection of Western American Art. It doubles the gallery space, and adds a new sculpture hall, a new family interactive gallery, and a visitor orientation room. Governor Inslee, Congressman Kilmer, Mayor Strickland and other dignitaries join TAM Director, Stephanie Stebich, and other dignitaries at the groundbreaking.
Pierce County team effort brings Western Institutional Review Board to Puyallup
Niagara Bottling, LLC, announces plans to construct a state of the art manufacturing facility in Pierce County!
Niagara Bottling, LLC, the largest family-owned bottled water manufacturer in the United States, will open their first facility in the Pacific Northwest, joining 13 others around the nation. The new 311,000-square-foot facility in Randles Business Park in the Frederickson Industrial Area will initially create 36 new jobs and make a capital investment of approximately $50 million. Groundbreaking is expected this fall and the company is scheduled to be fully operational in early 2014.
State Farm announces 1100 new jobs in Tacoma!!! State Farm has announced plans to lease approximately 300,000 square feet of space in downtown Tacoma, creating 300 new jobs initially with plans to expand to 1100!