A Stevensville-based fabricator of piping systems for water and gas applications has more than doubled its plant space by leasing a newly constructed, 12,000-square-foot addition next to its existing site.
Poly Warehouse Inc. is now operating out of a 22,000-square-foot plant. The company specializes in the cutting, fusing and fitting of plastic pipe systems for diameters up to 24 inches, according to its Web site.
Poly Warehouse exclusively makes products for polyethylene pipe systems, said owner and Chief Executive Officer Neil Sheldon in a Dec. 27 telephone interview.
The company employs about 35 and is likely to grow that number as the overall construction sector picks up again in the spring, said Steve Schmidt, Poly Warehouse's certified public accountant.
A venture capital investment of $1.5 million has company officials planning further expansion.