Palmetto Engineering expanding Upstate operations

November 3, 2015

Palmetto Engineering, a firm that specializes in telecommunications engineering, industrial electrical engineering and GIS telecommunications software, is expanding its Upstate operations with the establishment of a new facility in Anderson County. The company is investing $1.2 million in the project, creating 25 new jobs in Piedmont, S.C. over the next five years.
Established in 2006 and headquartered in Greenville, S.C., Palmetto Engineering provides solutions for moderate to complex electrical and telecommunications projects. A rapidly growing firm since its inception, the company now employs more than 160 workers across Arkansas, North Carolina and South Carolina. 
In an effort to meet increased customer demand, Palmetto Engineering is expanding its Upstate operations by purchasing an existing 20,000-square-foot facility, located at 3017 Highway 153 in Piedmont, S.C. Expected to be fully operational in the 4th quarter of 2016, hiring for the new positions has already begun. Those interested in joining the Palmetto Engineering team should visit the company’s careers page online.
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“Palmetto Engineering has its roots in Anderson County and we are excited to continue our investment here. We look forward to a bright future and to making a difference in our own community.” -Palmetto Engineering President and Chief Executive George Wyatt 
“Founded nearly a decade ago in the Upstate, Palmetto Engineering’s decision to invest $1.2 million and create 25 new jobs in Anderson County is a real reason to celebrate and a testament to the pro-business environment we have worked so hard to create in all parts of our state.” -Gov. Nikki Haley

“We’re always excited to celebrate additional investment in our state and its people, but it’s truly inspiring when that investment comes from one of our existing firms. I congratulate Palmetto Engineering on all of their success in South Carolina and around the Southeast, and look forward to watching them thrive here for many years to come.” -Secretary of Commerce Bobby Hitt 
“It is extremely satisfying to see Palmetto Engineering, one of our longtime local industries, prosper and need to grow beyond their current facilities. Their $1.2 million investment and the addition of 25 jobs with above average wages, demonstrates their strong commitment to our community. Additionally, this expansion will transform an existing, vacant building in district six into a thriving business.” -Anderson County Councilman Ken Waters