Cleaver-Brooks, Thomasville, Ga., recently completed an expansion of its plant in Terrebonne, Quebec, and has broken ground on a multi-million dollar expansion of its plant in Lincoln, Neb.
The company is expanding its manufacturing capacity and making equipment and process upgrades in its Lincoln plant to meet current and future demand. The Lincoln plant expansion will accommodate two new cranes to handle a combined capacity of up to 200 tons. The expansion is scheduled for completion in late 2014. The plant manufactures industrial watertube boilers for large manufacturing and industrial facilities in the oil sands, petrochemical and heavy process industries. The plant also manufactures heat recovery systems.
In Terrebonne, Cleaver-Brooks added a high-bay hall to accommodate the growing demand for large, free-standing stacks while also enabling a redesign of the facility's layout to optimize manufacturing process flow and expand manufacturing capacity. The Terrebonne facility manufactures the company's exhaust products and Natcom industrial burners.