Construction continues on the $219 million Seymour Engine Plant expansion and addition of a high-horsepower tech center off East Fourth Street.
Evidence of that progress can be seen south of the CSX Transportation railroad where contractors are erecting steel framework for a building that will house a new machining facility for the engine block for the new QSK95 engine line, Darren Kimmel said. He is the plant’s engineering director for the manufacturing division.
Workers will manufacture engine blocks there for the QSK95, also known as the Hedgehog. The blocks will then be shifted to the main plant for assembly.
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