SEEDA approves last-minute change orders for Kennon project
SHERIDAN — Sheridan Economic and Educational Development Authority board is overseeing last-minute change orders as work on Kennon Products Inc.’s new building approaches its final phases.
The projects, which contractor Sletten Construction have valued at $323,336, involve installation of epoxy floors and acoustic ceiling panels in the company’s new 40,000-square-foot manufacturing facility in North Sheridan’s Hi-Tech Business Park.
The facility, expected to be completed this summer, currently has concrete flooring, according to project manager Kent Anderson. Kennon Projects, Inc. CEO Joe Wright said installation of epoxy flooring, valued by Sletten at $213, 976, would help address safety concerns in the manufacturing facility by reducing the amount of static electricity emanating from some of the manufacturing equipment.
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