Workers from Boone Coleman Construction of Portsmouth smooth out wet concrete on a roadway built at The Point industrial park. The road is to provide access to Intermountain Electronics’ new facility at the park. After the concrete was poured, the crews covered the sections with heat blankets to allow it to set up.
Workers from Boone Coleman Construction of Portsmouth smooth out wet concrete on a roadway built at The Point industrial park. The road is to provide access to Intermountain Electronics’ new facility at the park. After the concrete was poured, the crews covered the sections with heat blankets to allow it to set up.

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Road construction will benefit new Point company

Published 9:46am Thursday, March 28, 2013

 

SOUTH POINT — Crews from Boone Coleman Construction of Portsmouth finished up work Wednesday on roadways that they constructed at The Point industrial park. The roads will provide for access for Intermountain Electronics, one of the latest companies to come to the South Point park, as well as future additions.

Intermountain is a Utah-based firm that manufactures switchgears for the energy industry, focusing mainly on the mining industry.

The company is expected to hire 35 employees at first with possible future expansion to up to 63 workers.

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