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Concrete Connection is building new headquarters in 10,000-square-foot building at Velocity Park

By Jim Fair, Editor
Published on Thursday, September 15, 2016

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Keith and Kelly Herringshaw held a groundbreaking for their Concrete Connection business Thursday.
 

Keith and Kelly Herringshaw held a groundbreaking for their Concrete Connection business Thursday.

 

Concrete Connection held its groundbreaking today on a 10,000-square-foot building at 177 Brookshire Road in Velocity Park.

It is a service disabled veteran business founded by Keith Herringshaw in 2007 as a specialty subcontractor for residential and commercial construction and a licensed contractor.

“I am very excited about our future here in Greer,” Herringshaw said. “This facility is one of three to be built at this location.”

The remaining two 10,0000-square-foot buildings will be built to suit for future tenants, Herringshaw said.

The company specializes in concrete walls, slabs, post-tension slabs, footings and exterior sidewalks and paving.

Concrete Connection is noted for its work at the Peace Center, Project ONE and on the campuses of Clemson University and the University of South Carolina.

Herringshaw will also operate Palmetto Rebar out of the same facility, giving the companies the ability to fabricate custom products more quickly and cost effective.

“Keith and Kelly (Herringshaw) are very talented entrepreneurs, and they are great members of the Greer community,” Wryley Bettis, chairman of the Greer Development board of directors, said. “Concrete Connection is known far and wide for the high quality of their work.”

The concrete businesses join Jiangnan Mold Plastic Technology Corp., the first China automobile parts plant in South Carolina, at Velocity Park at 1000 Robinson Road. The industrial park is owned by Beacon Partners and Cullum Interests.

 

 

 

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