Delta Cooling Towers, a company that offers precision climate control solutions, including cooling towers and HVAC equipment, will expand its operations with a second manufacturing plant in Barbour County, West Virginia.
The project is expected to create 50 jobs over the next five years. The company has been in Philippi since 2002.
“We moved our manufacturing operations to Philippi, West Virginia in 2002 and have consistently grown by producing excellent products with real advantages that save customers energy, increase reliability and reduce downtime,” CEO of Delta John Flaherty said. “We now are embarking on a second new facility with state-of-the-art equipment that will facilitate a series of new innovative evaporative cooling equipment. The quality of the workforce in WV and the business friendly environment were major drivers on the decision to expand in West Virginia.”
Delta Cooling Towers was founded in 1971 to manufacture and market corrosion proof, seamless, and low maintenance High Density Polyethylene (HDPE) cooling towers.
“As the Governor said, it is always exciting to announce new jobs coming to our state,” Secretary of the West Virginia Department of Economic Development Mitch Carmichael noted. “We love to share when companies invest in us and our people, and I know that Delta Cooling Towers will enjoy their expanded presence here in West Virginia.”