Lakeside Steel and Machine expanding Anderson County operations
November 3, 2015
Lakeside Steel and Machine, Inc., a firm that specializes in heavy steel and metal fabrication, is expanding its existing Anderson County operations. The company is investing $2.5 million in the project, creating 13 new jobs in Anderson, S.C. over the next five years.
Established in 1985, Lakeside Steel and Machine is a family-owned firm, specializing in heavy steel fabrication, critical engineering and problem solving, CNC machining and general welding and machining. The company serves customers across the Southeastern United States.
Located at 2807 Standridge Road in Anderson, Lakeside Steel and Machine’s existing metal fabrication center can accommodate metal products weighing up to five tons. In an effort to meet increased demand from its customers, the company is expanding its existing operations with machine and equipment upgrades.
For more information, contact Lakeside Steel and Machine at (800)-682-3605.
“Anderson County is home to our company and our family. Our company started out doing business with our neighbors and now our neighborhood is expanding. These are exciting times for Lakeside Steel and Machine and we are proud to be growing and representing Anderson County in the Upstate and across the U.S.A.” – Brad Jenkins, Vice President, Lakeside Steel
“Lakeside Steel and Machine is a success story that all of South Carolina should celebrate together. This investment and the 13 new jobs it will create in Anderson County proves that South Carolina is open for business, and that any company can succeed here.” -Gov. Nikki Haley
“South Carolina’s world-class workforce and pro-business environment continues to attract record business investment in all corners of our state, but it’s special when that investment comes from homegrown, family-owned firms, like Lakeside Steel and Machine.” -Secretary of Commerce Bobby Hitt
“Lakeside Steel and Machine has been a part of our County family for many years now. We have watched them grow over the years. Jack and Brad Jenkin’s success is proof positive that Anderson County is THE place to build a business and to build a life.” -Tommy Dunn, Chairman, Anderson County Council