C&H Precision Plans $10 Million Expansion

posted on July 11, 2023

C&H Precision unveiled plans for a significant investment in a state-of-the-art manufacturing and headquarters facility last week. The new building will be located on Thunderbird Drive in the city of Richmond Hill, Ga., underscoring the family-owned and operated company’s commitment to local growth and expansion. The estimated $10 million project will create between 20 and 30 new jobs for area residents.

“It has been incredible watching the success and growth C&H has experienced since the company moved to Richmond Hill in 2017,” said Development Authority of Bryan County (DABC) Chairman Jon Seagraves. “With the focus and value the company places on its employees, C&H is a great industry partner to have in the community, and we are glad they have chosen to undertake their expansion here in Bryan County.”

Spanning 48,000 sq. ft., the facility will encompass modern offices and cutting-edge manufacturing space designed to elevate productivity and provide an optimal work environment. C&H Precision also aims to enhance the overall experience by incorporating a 10-bay indoor shooting range featuring state-of-the-art equipment. In addition, the facility will house a complete firearms retail pro shop, allowing enthusiasts and the general public to explore an extensive selection of products. A coffee and sandwich shop will also be onsite.

“The greatest compliment a company can give is to continue to reinvest in a community and its citizens,” said Georgia Department of Economic Development Commissioner Pat Wilson. “Thank you to C&H Precision for your commitment to Georgia. Congratulations to our partners in Bryan County on the new opportunities this exciting project will create for Georgians.”

“The competition for talented employees in our region has driven us to make significant investments in our workforce,” said Buck Holly, president and owner of C&H Precision. “We are dedicated to providing our employees with an exceptional workspace and amenities that are unrivaled in the industry. This new facility embodies our commitment to fostering a vibrant and productive environment for our valued team.”


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