RUSTBURG, VA – The Campbell County Supervisory Board is proud to announce that BWX Technologies, Inc. will invest in a multi-million dollar manufacturing, research and development center in Campbell County.
Virginia has competed with other states for this expansion, which is expected to create 97 new jobs with an expected average salary of more than $ 115,000 per year. The new center, called BWXT Innovation Campus, will be located on the 11-acre property adjacent to the current BWXT facility. When completed, the Innovation Campus will market itself as the “factory of the future” to visiting clients such as NASA, the Department of Defense and the Department of Energy.
Mr. Matt Cline, Concord District Representative of the Campbell County Board of Supervisors, said: “This investment of private sector dollars in Campbell County is the result of the tireless work of county staff and a council. monitoring that is good for business and growth. “
BWXT is among Fortune 1000’s Top 100 Manufacturing and Engineering Innovators and Defense News which has already won numerous contracts for mobile reactor design, uranium conversion and purification services, works nuclear thermal propulsion systems for NASA and components and fuels for naval nuclear reactors. BWXT has 12 major operating sites in the United States and Canada.
“Campbell County is fortunate to have a longtime industry leader to expand and call this region ‘home,’ said Nina Rezai, Economic Development Manager for Campbell County.