HARTFORD, Alabama – Officials in rural Geneva County believe their job-creation efforts will receive a major boost from a new 45,000-square-foot speculative building that’s ideal for a manufacturing operation.
A ceremonial groundbreaking for the building in the Geneva County Industrial Park was held this month. Construction on the structure, located near to the Air Performance Inc. facility, should be completed in early 2021.
“We want people to know that Geneva County is open for business,” said Toby Seay, Geneva County commission chairman and probate judge.
The spec building is being made possible through a funding partnership between the Wiregrass Electric Cooperative (WEC), the PowerSouth Energy Cooperative and the Geneva County Commission.