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In the news"Sometimes we don’t appreciate what we have here,” said Dan Seals, the CEO of Intersect Illinois.Orrin SchwarzDailyHerald.com If you're someone who thinks Illinois gets everything wrong when it comes to business, this column isn't for you. Actually, maybe...
Three airports in Will County accounted for more than $140 million in economic impact and supported the creation of almost 800 jobs, according to a recent study.
Will County elected officials including County Executive Jennifer Bertino-Tarrant, and business leaders including our President & CEO, Doug Pryor, attended Lobby Day in Springfield hosted by the Will County Governmental League.
The Lion Electric Company on Monday gave a tour of its future Joliet factory to state and federal officials who extolled the value of providing government incentives to spur the production of electric school buses and trucks.
Exciting news this morning shared by our state business development partner, Intersect Illinois and published by Site Selection Magazine! Illinois’ ranking improved from #4 in 2020 to #3 in 2021 for corporate expansion and relocation projects
The Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity nominated Lion Electric for the CiCi Award, in partnership with Intersect Illinois. Lion Electric was chosen from hundreds of nominees for the value both to the community and the economy as a whole.
Doug Pryor shared some of the highlights and successes of Will County over the past year.
At the February Board of Directors meeting, longtime President & CEO of the CED, John Greuling was awarded the Frank Turk Business and Community Achievement Award.
Doug Pryor, Vice President of Economic Development with the Will County Center for Economic Development was among the speakers following Governor Pritzker’s update on these critical infrastructure projects.
Lion Electric Reaches Key Milestone With Possession Of Joliet, Illinois Production Facility And Key Management Appointments
The Lion Electric Company, a leading manufacturer of all-electric medium and heavy-duty urban vehicles, today announced that it has taken possession of its upcoming production facility in Joliet, Ill. Tenant improvement work is ongoing and the company will shortly begin the installation of critical equipment and expects the first vehicles to come off the production line in the second half of 2022.
As work continues on the forthcoming Lion Electric Co. factory in Joliet, the company has been inviting local officials out to the location to try out the types of electric vehicles it plans to produce.
In the newsReport: Will County Sees Near-Record Job Growth In 2021Center for Economic Development head says county’s economy remained resilient through COVID-19 pandemic By Alex Ortiz | Shaw MediaDecember 11, 2021 at 5:15 am CST Job growth in Will County is...
In the newsSupply Chain Crisis Hits HomeTruck driver shortage opens door for local high paying jobs By Rex Robinson | 11/4/2021TheTimesWeekly.com Joliet has one of the largest inland ports in the nation. Center Point Intermodal Center (CIC) - Joliet/Elwood is the...
In the newsHappy 40th Anniversary to Will County Center for Economic DevelopmentBy: Carmine Bottigliero, Vice President of Development, CenterPoint Properties I’m quite proud to represent CenterPoint Properties as a Will County Center for Economic Development Board...
In the newsWill County Center for Economic Development celebrates 40 years of supporting local businessesAgainst a backdrop of a high cost of capital and one of the most severe unemployment rates in the nation, local business leaders stepped forward with a vision to...
Governor JB Pritzker and the Illinois Department of Transportation were joined today by local officials and community leaders to announce a six-year plan to rebuild Interstate 80 in Will County.
The Krusinski team will construct the precast building with 20 drive-in doors, 10 service bays and 1,000 square feet of office space.
Activity in the logistics and warehouse sector keeps accelerating, and construction crews seem likely to keep breaking ground on new projects no matter what obstacles appear for the rest of the economy.
CED Board Member, Carmine Bottigliero, Vice President of Development with CenterPoint, a CED Sustaining Investor, recently wrote about CenterPoint’s strong ties to will County and the CED’s work including an update on the Houbolt Road Extension currently under construction off I-80 leading into the CenterPoint Intermodal Center!
In the newsI-80 bridge work in Joliet begins June 28First step to major I-80 reconstruction from Ridge Road to U.S. 30 CHICAGO – The Illinois Department of Transportation announced today that a $48 million project to replace the eastbound Interstate 80 bridges over...