Systems Control’s immediate needs include electrical engineers, manufacturing engineers, project managers, CAD designers, welders and fabricators.
Electric industry specialist Systems Control will expand its Iron Mountain, Michigan, manufacturing facility for a third time this decade, adding up to 300 employees to bring total employment to nearly 1,000.
An additional 89,000 square feet of space will be devoted primarily to the manufacture of electrical substation equipment and energy storage enclosures.
System Control’s immediate needs at its headquarters facility include electrical engineers, manufacturing engineers, project managers, CAD designers, welders and fabricators.
Continued growth in the company’s core business of electrical control panel and substation equipment enclosures requires expanded manufacturing, engineering and design capabilities, said Al Bloniarz, executive vice president.
“We have decided to make a substantial investment in our Iron Mountain operation,” Bloniarz told Iron Mountain Daily News. “In addition to the capital investment, we will continue to add employees to service this growth.”
Accompanying the investment in plant and equipment, Systems Control has embarked on a program to develop and grow the human resource side of its business.
The company said it plans to add 300 employees over the next three years to its Iron Mountain workforce.
Systems Control also operates engineering services offices in Houghton and the Milwaukee suburb of Pewaukee, Wis. The expansion at company headquarters will mean adding CAD designers, electrical engineers and engineering technicians in the Houghton and Pewaukee offices, as those sites provide customer services and support manufacturing initiatives at Iron Mountain.