Project Update – Staco Energy Products
Construction has commenced on a new office/manufacturing/warehousing facility for Staco Energy Products. The facility will be approximately 96,168 SF in size, including office space totaling 13,102 SF.
Located on Technical Drive in Miamisburg, the facility will allow Staco to consolidate its Dayton area operations under one roof, providing an environment for improved efficiencies as well as room for future growth. Staco currently employs sixty-two individuals and expects to increase their employment by four people over the next three years.
Staco Energy Products Company is one of the longest lasting innovators of Power Quality and Voltage Control technologies in the world. The first Staco Energy variable transformer was manufactured in Dayton, Ohio in 1937.
According to Jeff Hoffman, President, Staco Energy Products, “The new facility will allow us to enhance our training and research and development capabilities. It will provide a platform to allow us to continue our accelerated growth, more than a fifty percent increase in revenues in the last five years. We look forward to partnering with Miller-Valentine on this project.”
“We are pleased to have been selected by Staco to construct their new manufacturing facility, allowing them to be prepared for future growth and technological developments,” said Denny Whitehead, Miller-Valentine Group Sr. Vice President. “We are proud to be part of the team which includes The Kleingers Group, Schaefer, James C. Hawthorn Associates, and Tri-Tech, to fulfill Staco’s vision”.
“City Council and I want to congratulate Staco Energy Products on this exciting project,” Miamisburg Mayor Dick Church, Jr. said. “We are extremely pleased the company is making this investment in our community, and we look forward to following the building progress in the months ahead.”
Miller-Valentine Construction will complete the design/build facility by the end of the year.
Pictured left to right:
Dave Dickerson, Miller-Valentine Group President Dayton Construction Sales and Development
Keith Johnson, Miamisburg City Manager
Denny Whitehead, Miller-Valentine Group Senior Vice President
Jeff Hoffman, President Staco Energy Products
Dick Church Jr, Mayor, City of Miamisburg
Michelle Collins, Miamisburg City Council
John Stadler, Miamisburg City Council
Tom Nicholas, Miamisburg City Council Member
Chris Fine, Miamisburg Development Director