The New American Industrial Revolution Is Underway in New Kensington
Why is Re:Build Coming to New Kensington?
Exciting changes are happening in New Kensington. Leaders in the state who share our belief in the resiliency, ingenuity, and entrepreneurial spirit of American manufacturers and workers, are committed to restoring the area to a vibrant manufacturing community. The New Kensington Advanced Manufacturing Park, a home for leading-edge businesses, is part of that vision. Re:Build, supported by local and state government, educational institutions, the Regional Industrial Development Corporation of Southwestern Pennsylvania, and local philanthropies, is establishing a 175,000 square-foot regional manufacturing headquarters at the park. We’re thrilled to be here and intend to stay for the long term. Our operations will focus on manufacturing projects in high-growth, innovation-driven industries, including:
We anticipate creating approximately 300 jobs for the New American Industrial Revolution over the next three years.
What Re:Build Offers You
Re:Build offers the rare opportunity to work for a company founded on 16 principles (the Re:Build Way) that uphold our core belief in the building of mutually beneficial relationships with employees, customers, and the local community. Employees receive a generous benefits package and work in a positive, supportive, collaborative environment. We invest in their growth and development, helping them achieve their full potential.
If the idea of the Re:Build Way resonates with you and you’re interested in learning more about joining the Re:Build team in New Kensington, click below to learn more about upcoming job openings.
We seek to improve the communities where Re:Build operates with a focus on apprentice programs and STEM education.
Our Employees’ Success is Our Success
At Re:Build, we believe that a strong benefits package is a key component of a positive and supportive work environment. By investing in our employees’ growth and development, we create a culture of excellence, collaboration, and innovation. We believe that our employees’ success is our success, and we’re committed to providing them with the support and resources they need to achieve their full potential.
Governor Josh Shapiro and Re:Build Manufacturing Announce $81 Million Investment
Pittsburgh, PA – Today, Governor Josh Shapiro joined leadership from Re:Build Manufacturing (Re:Build), the Regional Industrial Development Corporation (RIDC), and Pennsylvania leaders to announce an $81 million investment to create a major, innovation-focused manufacturing operation in the New Kensington Advanced Manufacturing Park that will create 300 high-quality jobs in Westmoreland County.
RIDC to Build New Facility for Re:Build, Bringing 300 Jobs to New Kensington and Arnold
New Kensington – The Regional Industrial Development Corporation of Southwestern PA (RIDC) and Re:Build Manufacturing joined Governor Shapiro and County and local officials in announcing plans for Re:Build to locate a new facility at the New Kensington Advanced Manufacturing Park.
Former Amazon Executive Wants to Bring Manufacturing Jobs Back to the U.S.
New Kensington – The city of New Kensington shares the experience of countless industrial powerhouses of the 20th century. Home to one of Alcoa’s earliest factories, it fueled the growth of the nation’s aluminum industry. But when the plant closed in 1971, this former manufacturing hub eventually was sapped of the economic energy that once galvanized it.
Shapiro, Re:Build Manufacturing Announce $81 Million Investment in Westmoreland County
New Kensington – In a Monday morning news conference, Gov. Josh Shapiro joined leadership from Re:Build Manufacturing (Re:Build), the Regional Industrial Development Corporation (RIDC), and Pennsylvania leaders to announce an $81 million investment to create an innovation-focused manufacturing operation in the New Kensington Advanced Manufacturing Park that will create 300 jobs in Westmoreland County.
’We’re back’: Plans to Open New Manufacturing Facility in New Kensington Underway
New Kensington – For years, the New Kensington factory that was once the original home of Alcoa has sat empty. Like many manufacturing companies in our area, as the factories closed, the jobs went away, and the town changed. Now, New Kensington mayor Tom Guzzo says it’s time for a comeback.