Eagle Technologies plans to create an additional 100 jobs in Southwest Michigan by 2024. Due to the large increase in positions, Eagle Technologies has expanded its operations into a new space in St. Joseph.
Eagle Technologies recently passed the $100M revenue milestone, an achievement owed largely to an investment over the last decade into electric vehicle (EV) technology. Much of Eagle Technologies’ success is due to its proactive response to the accelerated pace of technological change.
“Over the last few years, we’ve doubled the size of our team. Our workforce is growing, and we are occupying additional facilities with people that fit our culture,” said Brandon Fuller, Eagle Technologies CEO. “Our people are dedicated, highly skilled, and committed to our customers. Their eye for excellence and the persistent pursuit of quality keeps us performing at the peak of our industry and growing.”
Eagle Technologies will use 80,000 square feet of leased space on Kerth Street. This property is owned by Clark Logic. Clark Logic offers innovative, single-source transportation, logistics, facility and real estate solutions for businesses large and small across Southwest Michigan and Northern Indiana.
Clark Logic will be awarded a rebate from Indiana Michigan Power for energy upgrades at Eagle Technologies’ new location when the work is completed.
“Clark Logic has been building a large portfolio of properties in Southwest Michigan,” said Jamie Clark, Clark Logic President. “Working with Eagle Technologies, Indiana Michigan Power, and Cornerstone Alliance has been an effective use of time and resources. We hope to assist other Southwest Michigan companies in their expansion or relocation process.”
Indiana Michigan Power offers a variety of cash rebates to help cover the cost of commercial energy-saving projects. From lighting to HVAC and VFDs, and compressed air to kitchen equipment, its Prescriptive Rebate Program covers many of the most popular energy efficiency upgrades. For new construction and renovation projects not covered by prescriptive rebates, I&M offers custom incentives to help achieve long-term energy savings.
“This project is a significant illustration of the partnerships that create impactful outcomes in our community,” said Cathy Tilley, Cornerstone Alliance Director of Business Development. “We’re thrilled Eagle Technologies and Clark Logic are investing in Berrien County.”
About Cornerstone Alliance
Cornerstone Alliance is a non-profit, investor-governed economic development organization. Our focus is to increase employment opportunities, private sector capital investments and the local tax base in Michigan’s Great Southwest. We offer specialized business services particularly in economically distressed areas.
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