Nucor selects Brigham City, Utah for new facility

September 28, 2006

Nucor Corp. announced today that it has selected Brigham City, Utah as the location for a new facility to produce metal building systems and components. In May 2006 Nucor announced plans to construct, in the western U.S., its fourth metal building systems plant. The facility is expected to cost approximately $27 million and to employ more than 200 people. Operations are expected to begin by the first quarter of 2008. Annual capacity will be approximately 45,000 tons.

Nucor Building Systems also has plants in Indiana, South Carolina, and Texas.



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