This project involves the transformation of former sugar plantation land into a eucalyptus plantation, the construction of a new, state-of-the-art veneer mill and the conversion to biomass fuel of two oil-fired electric generation plants. This project realizes economic goals of the state of Hawaii to revitalize the economy and environment.
American Process, Inc., utilized New Market Tax Credits to create 20 new jobs for a biorefinery project at its Alpena, Michigan plant site. The proposed project includes the new construction of a biorefinery where API will employ a modified version of its Green Power+ (patent pending) process whereby an extraction and ethanol production modules are […]
The NMTC helped the Westervelt Company to build a new wood pellet manufacturing facility in Aliceville, Ala.
Burnsville’s 2013 unemployment rate of 35.4% was more than three times the national average. During the 1990’s, Tishomingo County lost approximately 2,500 manufacturing jobs, primarily in furniture and manufactured housing businesses. As the economy began to add back manufacturing jobs in the 2000’s, the Great Recession hit and saw unemployment rise rapidly. The area has […]
Installation of new equipment, tooling, production lines and manufacturing process and expansion of internal reconfiguration to converting facility from outdated technology to utilizing more efficient technology. Nemak USA, Inc. is an existing manufacturer of complex aluminum components primarily for the automotive industry, utilizing recycled aluminum.
SJEIC provides laboratory, office, proto-type manufacturing and demonstration space for emerging clean technology companies. The 50,000 sq. ft. facility is located near downtown San Jose on an industrial site in a targeted distressed community. As part of the City’s Green Vision Plan to nurture emerging “green technology” businesses, SJEIC integrates broad-spectrum workforce training opportunities for […]
As New England’s largest hunger relief organization, The Food Bank helps people in the area to be productive members of their communities by ensuring that they are well fed. BlueHub Capital, formerly Boston Community Capital, provided the flexible financing that they needed that would enhance the vision of The Food Bank. In 2010, BlueHub Capital […]
Financing for a family-owned wholesale distributor of fresh produce as well as frozen, canned and specialty items. The NMTC supported the construction of a 91,300-square-foot distribution center in the Stockyards Industrial Corridor. The facility is the first of its kind to achieve LEED-platinum certification, and it includes a large wind turbine to generate electricity, a […]
Essex Crossing includes 1,000 residential for-sale and rental units, a 15,000 sf public park, a 10,000 sf rooftop urban farm and 1.9 million square feet of residential, commercial, and community space.
The Village of Tyonek is a Dean’ina Athabascan Indian village of 193 residents located on a bluff overlooking Cook inlet, 43 miles southwest of Anchorage. The village is only accessible by sea or air and its residents maintain a subsistence diet primarily of salmon, moose, beluga whale and waterfowl. The village residents have a rich […]