As reported by Woodworking Industry News,  Engineered wood company RoyOMartin will construct a new OSB production facility in Texas under its subsidiary Corrigan OSB. 

This is the Company's second facility in Corrigan, Texas the first of which is claimed to be "the most technologically advanced OSB facility in the U.S." 

This initial facility employs 170, while the new facility is expected to create 50 jobs.

Project costs are estimated to be $211 Million including a $278,000 grant from the Texas Enterprise Fund.

"I thank Corrigan OSB for their expanded investment in Texas to meet the increasing demand for building materials and for creating even more jobs for hardworking Texans," said Texas Governor Greg Abbott.

E. Scott Poole, RoyOMartin President and COO said "With this new OSB plant, we will be well-positioned to meet the backlog of demand for quality building products, produced from renewable, sustainable resources abundant in our region".

"Our growth in East Texas has given us an influx of talent with a tremendous work ethic, a long-term, sustainable, raw-material base, and access to a growing and vibrant residential market."

Career info can be found on the company's website here.