DAVISVILLE - The Polymer Alliance Zone with the Mid-Ohio Valley Chamber of Commerce and the Just Beneath the Surface Campaign will celebrate the completiion of the zone's new Process Technologies Building with a Business After Hours from 4:30-7 p.m. on Tuesday.
Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin, representatives of the West Virginia plastics industry and businesses from the Mid-Ohio will participate. Just Beneath The Surface is a coalition educating citizens about the role natural gas plays in the economy.
"We are excited to partner with the Mid-Ohio Valley Chamber of Commerce and Just Beneath the Surface to celebrate the completion of the new building," said Karen Facemyer, president of the Polymer Alliance Zone.
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The Polymer Alliance Zone will celebrate the completion of the Process Technologies Building with a Business After Hours by the Chamber of Commerce from 4:30-7 p.m. Tuesday. Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin will attend.
The Polymer Technology Park is at 1 Polymer Way in Davisville.
The new 80,000 square foot building is on a 7.5 acre lot within the technology park and is less than 3 miles from Interstate 77. The building has been designed with 20,000 square feet of 40-foot high ceilings, 60,000 square feet of 30-foot high ceilings and a loading and unloading dock incorporating all utilities.
"This facility will create new economic opportunity for the region and we're pleased that Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin will be with us to commemorate the occasion," Facemyer said.