Steris looks to open 121-job facility in Concord – Charlotte Business Journal – Charlotte Business Journal

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More jobs and investment appear headed to Concord. This time, a medical products company is planning a nearly $20 million investment there.
On Sept. 9, Concord City Council will consider incentives for a project from Steris Corp., according to city documents. The company is planning to develop a 35,000-square-foot surgical instrument processing facility near Concord-Padgett Regional Airport. Steris would invest $19.95 million and create 121 jobs with the operation, documents state.
The jobs would include an average annual wage of $51,458, according to documents. The building would be in Oakmont Business Park at Poplar Tent and Derita roads.
The city incentives would be worth $226,267 over the course of three years, documents state. A grant analysis shows that the county is expected to approve a grant worth $348,828 over that time, running the total incentives package over $575,000. The project is also referred to under the code name Project Precision.
A project sheet indicates Steris is targeting late 2022 or early 2023 to begin its Concord operations, should the project move forward.
According to its website, the Concord location would be Steris’ first in the Charlotte region. The company’s U.S. headquarters is located in Ohio, and it has operations globally.
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