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Mansfield building products manufacturer, Oldcastle Precast, completes expansion

LANCE WINTER, Mansfield News Mirror

Oldcastle Precast will increase employment by 10 percent and double its annual output thanks in part to the expansion of its existing facility in Mansfield. The nearly two decade old business added 11,000 square feet of new manufacturing space.

“This expansion is a critical step in providing the products and services that […]

By |February 1st, 2018|

City Sees New Home Boom

NICHOLAS SAKELARIS, Mansfield News Mirror

 

Mansfield could add another 16,000 people to its population in the next decade based on the 5,000 single-family lots that have already been approved by the City Council, said Scott Welmaker, director of the Mansfield Economic Development Corp.

The housing boom has returned to Mansfield after several years of slumber with 382 […]

By |October 24th, 2016|

Building a local workforce with their own two hands

By Justin Minsker; Solutions, Winter 2016 Vol. 13, No. 1

As a senior at Mansfield High School, Dylan Deen wasn’t sure what he wanted to do after graduation. He knew he liked working with his hands. So when he participated in an internship through the Mansfield Manufacturing Partnership, he knew right away he had found his true […]

By |March 10th, 2016|

Texas Health to build $37M drug and alcohol North Texas treatment facility

Bill Hethcock – Staff Writer, Dallas Business Journal 

Texas Health Resources plans to construct a $37 million, 80-bed treatment center for drug and alcohol addiction in Mansfield — the first facility of its type for the health system.

Health system leaders will break ground at 9 a.m. Wednesday on Texas Health Residential Treatment Center at 240 North Miller Road in […]

By |February 9th, 2016|

TxDOT MOVES FORWARD WITH MUCH-ANTICIPATED SH 360 PROJECT

Mar 2, 15 • In the Press, Progress, SETTP News •
Developer selected for $300 million toll road project

Feb. 26, 2015

AUSTIN – In an effort to bring traffic-congestion relief to more than 52,000 daily drivers in Tarrant, Ellis and Johnson counties, the Texas Transportation Commission today chose Lane-Abrams Joint Venture as the developer to provide corridor […]

By |November 13th, 2015|