Prudential Announces Groundbreaking for its Nashua, New Hampshire Laundry Processing Facility
Prudential Overall Supply, an industry leader in reusable image work apparel and related textiles, today announced the Company’s planned September 28, 2016 groundbreaking for its Nashua, NH Cleanroom & Industrial Laundry Processing Facility.
Prudential’s President Tom Watts comments, “Our team is thrilled to be building our newest facility in Nashua, New Hampshire. The location will provide our Northeast customers with additional products and service offerings, and will help with our Company’s expansion into additional markets.”
"We are pleased to welcome Prudential Overall Supply to Nashua,” said Mayor Jim Donchess. “As a community, we make economic development a top priority. Whether you are a merchant on Main Street or a small business on Amherst Street, Nashua is grateful for your investment. As a city and region, we are poised to benefit from this positive economic impact. There will be approximately 50 good, high paying jobs associated with this project. We are excited to assist in bringing these jobs to the Gate City."
The project is a 131,371-square-foot commercial laundry facility to be located at 45 Simon Street, Nashua, NH on a 14.23-acre tract. Prudential is building a one-story facility in three phases, which will include offices, industrial space, employee areas and loading docks with 136 parking spaces on site for staff.
Prudential plans to build a 70,091-square-foot building during the first phase. That will be followed by a 45,000-square-foot section and, lastly, a 16,280-square-foot addition. The building would occupy 12.2 acres of the site.
The Engineer contract was awarded to American Laundry Systems of Haverhill, MA, the Civil Engineer contract was awarded to Hayner / Swanson, Inc. of Nashua, NH and the Construction Manager contract was awarded to Dacon Corporation of Natick, Mass.
“We are very pleased to welcome Prudential Overall Supply to Nashua,” said Commissioner Jeffrey Rose of the New Hampshire Department of Resources and Economic Development. “The capabilities it provides are vital to the many companies whose advanced manufacturing processes require high tech industrial laundry services. We look forward to watching them grow and prosper in New Hampshire.”