FROM SITE SELECTION MAGAZINE JULY 2019
From the July Issue

AEROSPACE & AVIATION

Pipeline Builders

Airlines and institutions put their shoulders to the workforce wheel in order to keep wings aloft.

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INVESTMENT PROFILE: SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY, CALIFORNIA

Everything You Need

Three company leaders explain why San Bernardino County is a healthy place to grow.

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 PROJECT WATCH 

USA

On June 7, pet product manufacturer Cosmos Corporation began construction on its new headquarters in O’Fallon, Missouri, on the western outskirts of St. Louis. The 190,000-sq.-ft. facility will be used for office space, production and distribution. The project will result in approximately 60 new jobs in the St. Louis area, with future openings in manufacturing and administration positions. The $26 million investment will triple the company’s current space.

Source: Conway Analytics

CANADA

Unity Technologies, the software firm behind such popular games as Angry Birds, Pokémon Go, and Super Mario Run, will expand its operations at its Pointe-Saint-Charles office in Montreal, creating more than 450 jobs over the next few years. "It's important to me that Unity has a thriving office in Montréal," said André Gauthier, Montréal Studio head/development director at Unity, in June, "because it's home to a dynamic community comprised of top tech talent, gaming studios, and indie creators."

Source: Conway Analytics

— Compiled by Olivia Vener, Consultant, Conway Advisory

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 PHOTO OF THE DAY 

Conway Staff Photographer Carmyn Suzor made this photo of Conway President and Site Selection Publisher Adam Jones-Kelley diving the Great Barrier Reef in Australia. More than 1,600 species of fish (10% of the world's species) and more than 600 types of hard and soft corals are found in the Reef, which covers an area of 344,400 sq. km. (214,045 sq. miles) and is the world's largest living structure.