South Carolina Construction News staff writer
Modular housing manufacturer Impact Housing Group says it will build a $30 million operations facility in Oconee County, S.C.
Impact Housing Group is a fully integrated, volumetric modular housing company that builds affordable homes assembled off-site in a controlled environment.
The state’s coordinating council for economic development approved job development credits for the project and a $250,000 and a set-aside grant to Oconee County to assist with costs of site preparation and building construction.
“As more and more communities are challenged by the lack of essential housing, our new manufacturing facility in Westminster, S.C. will provide quality-engineered, modern, modular housing solutions at a more affordable price,” said Impact Housing Group president and CEO Cecil Phillips.
“Our homes will positively impact the quality of life and economic growth of people and their communities for a long time to come.”
“With their expertise in affordable housing, Impact Housing Group will be a great addition to the state and Oconee County. We welcome them to South Carolina and congratulate them on their $30 million investment that will create 215 new jobs,” said Governor Henry McMaster.