Harris Fabrication Plans Expansion in Right to Work Kansas

Right to Work Kansas Economic Update

Harris Fabrication will be expanding soon in Right to Work Topeka, Kansas. This will allow the metal fabrication company to increase its manufacturing abilities. In order to ensure all goes smoothly, they area investing $2.1 million toward the project. They will also create 30 new jobs. So this is an investment to look forward to!

From Area Development Magazine:

“We are dedicated to giving our people state-of-the-art equipment and facilities. […] This incentive will help us continue that through our new high-bay building and all the equipment in it. Thank you to GO Topeka and JEDO for supporting the manufacturing industry. Our company is looking forward to many more years with the capital city in our corner, supporting us along the way.” […]

“Harris Fabrication is one of the local companies helping put Topeka/Shawnee County on the map as a hub for manufacturing. […] When they were first considering expansion, the company started working with GO Topeka on the small-business side to see if small-business incentives might be a good fit. It quickly became clear the ambitious scope of their project would be better suited to traditional expansion incentives. It’s exciting to see Harris Fabrication going that route, as they grow right here at home. I have no doubt their innovative approach to business will continue to positively impact this community.”


To read the previous economic update on Right to Work states, click here.