Norweco and Norwalk Precast Molds Break Ground on Manufacturing and Warehouse Expansion

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Norweco and Norwalk Precast Molds are expanding. 

“A joint venture between Norweco and Norwalk Precast Molds will allow continued growth and expansion of our product lines at both companies,” says Gregory Graves, president.

In 2007, Norwalk Precast Molds purchased the 205 Industrial Parkway property in Norwalk, Ohio, to allow for continued growth and innovation. This new expansion will more than double the current space and allow for continued growth. 

Janotta & Herner, located in Monroeville, is the design/build general contractor for the project. 

“The employee owners of Janotta & Herner want to thank Norweco and Norwalk Precast Molds for allowing us to be a part of this exciting project,” says Zach Jones, division president. 

Norweco and Norwalk Precast Molds trace their beginnings back over 100 years to 1906. In the 1970s, the Norwalk Vault Co. was split into three separate companies: Norweco, Norwalk Precast Molds and Norwalk Concrete. Norweco and Norwalk Precast Molds now produce wastewater treatment systems and high-quality concrete mold products for private, municipal, state and federal projects. Molds are produced for wastewater treatment systems, stormwater treatment systems, burial vaults, farm, utility and highway products. Norwalk Concrete is the local licensed distributor for Norweco’s residential and commercial wastewater treatment products. 

Janotta & Herner broke ground on Oct. 14, 2019. The 105,000-square-foot expansion is expected to be finished in the summer of 2020.



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