Dynamic Fabrication is embarking on a 3 year project to upgrade its operations in Eau Claire – a project that is expected to create 75 new jobs. This $15 million upgrade is possible, in part, because of $1.1 million in tax credits that the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC) has authorized for Dynamic Fabrication. In addition to the 75 new jobs, it is expected that Dynamic Fabrications will spend $900,000 on training for their employees.
“I applaud Dynamic Fabrication for making this level of investment in its operations as well as providing training to its workers,” said Governor Scott Walker. “A little more than three years after it was founded, Dynamic Fabrication is continuing to grow in Wisconsin, thanks in part to the assistance it is receiving from the state. This is just one example of how we’re helping early-stage companies throughout Wisconsin get to the next level.”
Dynamic Fabrication and Finishing LLC started in 2011 specializing in contract steel fabrication. By 2012 the company had expanded both its equipment and employees to meet customer needs. In 2013 they began developing and manufacturing their own line of fitness equipment. Now, with 50 employees, they design, manufacture, and sell strength products and storage systems specially designed for the strength, fitness, and wellness industry.
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