New Albany-based Integrity Sign Solutions Inc. is planning an expansion. The company intends to invest nearly $2 million as part of a proposal that includes a small number of new employees.
The company currently employs 16 and says both phases of growth could be complete by the end of 2020. The work includes a 19,000 square-foot facility and 20,000 square-feet of manufacturing space.
Co-Owner Melissa Hobbs says "this new facility will allow Integrity to expand our business to meet the growing demands for our custom sign products. Several of our clients throughout the country are gearing up to send even more business our way as soon as we are able to handle it. We are excited about this future growth and anticipate the trend to continue over many more years to come!"
One Southern Indiana says the expansion would be ISSI’s second in six years.
The Indiana Economic Development Corp. has offered performance-based Economic Development for a Growing Economy tax credits that are contingent upon the company meeting its hiring goals.
The company was founded in 2010 and has clients throughout the country. On Monday, the city of New Albany approved tax abatement for the project.