For Immediate Release
JENSEN PRECAST OPENS FIFTH CALIFORNIA FACILITY IN
SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA’S FAIRFIELD, CA
Fairfield, Calif., July 18, 2006 —Jensen Precast, a manufacturer of precast concrete products and related fabrication steel products, primarily for underground utilities/infrastructure construction, has opened a production facility in Fairfield, CA. Jensen, headquartered in Sparks, Nevada has 11 facilities throughout the Western United States. The Fairfield location at 299 Beck Avenue in Solano Office Park is the fifth site for the company in California.
The Jensen facility in Fairfield is a 226,000-square-foot building located on a 14-acre site. The building complex is unique to precast plants because it houses a modern, high quality, high capacity, semi-automated computer controlled concrete panel fabrication system designed and built in Denmark.
“We chose Fairfield because it is well situated for the markets that Jensen serves. When the site became available we realized it was a good opportunity for us because there are not a great many site options in the Bay Area that meet our needs,” said a Jensen spokesperson,
Jensen has been in business since 1968. The company originally manufactured wastewater products such as septic tanks. Over the years it has expanded and as a result products have been added including utility and telephone vaults, freeway barriers, and sewer and storm-drain products.
“Jensen adds to the list of expanding companies that are choosing Fairfield for our available land, affordable commercial real estate, and strategic Bay Area location,” said Curt Johnston, assistant director of planning and development for Fairfield.
Fairfield Offers Important Business Benefits
Fairfield continues to appeal to manufacturing and commercial entities seeking to grow their businesses for many reasons: an accessible Bay Area location, abundant space, value-priced real estate, a diverse workforce, and a unique set of regional amenities. For additional information on the city of Fairfield, visit http://www.ci.fairfield.ca.us
Tuesday, July 18, 2006
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