At least 25 jobs expected to be added over next 2 years



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An architectural rendering provides a glimpse into Indiana Automotive Fasteners Inc.'s future as a $21.7 million, two-phased expansion project gets under way this month that will add office space, expand the facility's manufacturing plant and add 25 jobs over the next two years. (Illustration provided)


GREENFIELD — Indiana Automotive Fasteners hopes to have its $21.7 million expansion under way at Franklin Street and New Road by month’s end.

“We hope to break ground within the next two weeks,” said Blade Hauth, architect for Takenaka Corp. USA, the general contractor for the project.

If all goes well, construction on the two-phase project will be completed in August 2015, Hauth said. The project includes new office and manufacturing space, redesigned parking and water retention areas.

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