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Enerfab Expands Its Regional Industrial Mechanical Business with a New Facility in Harrison Ohio with Support from REDI Cincinnati and JobsOhio

HARRISON, Ohio – June 24, 2024 — Enerfab, one of the largest privately held companies in Cincinnati, announced an expansion plan in the City of Harrison with support from JobsOhio and REDI Cincinnati. The company plans to expand its regional industrial mechanical service offering over the next three years, adding 44 new jobs and an annualized payroll of $4.1 million.

Aaron Landolt, President and CEO of Enerfab, said, “We are very excited about this expansion and the support we have received from REDI Cincinnati and JobsOhio. The new Harrison facility represents a major investment behind our regional mechanical business that supports the rapid growth in pre-fabrication and modular construction across multiple industries.” Landolt added, “The facility will focus on pipe fabrication, pre-assembly of multi-trade utility racks, and process module assemblies to support customers in this region and major industrial projects across the United States. This team will also support the installation and maintenance of mechanical systems within the greater Ohio Valley Region.”

Enerfab is one of the nation’s leaders in providing fabrication, construction, and maintenance services to the heavy industrial, power, chemical, food & beverage, data center, advanced manufacturing, and clean energy markets. Founded in 1901, Enerfab is one of the largest privately held companies in Cincinnati and continues to experience tremendous growth, with more than $600 million in revenue in 2024. The company has over 800 local employees with 3,800 employees across the Midwest, Ohio Valley, Great Lakes, and Eastern regions within the U.S.

“Enerfab’s enduring legacy and expansion announcement is a testament to our region’s strong business climate for advanced manufacturing, currently contributing $30.4 billion in GRP, “said Kimm Lauterbach, REDI Cincinnati president and CEO. “These new jobs significantly and directly impact our region, providing good paying jobs, employment opportunities for local residents and stimulating overall economic growth.”

“Enerfab’s plans to expand their component manufacturing and modular assembly operations in Hamilton County reflects how advanced manufacturing from Ohio is enabling industrial and utility companies to meet new federal net zero carbon reduction regulations,” said JobsOhio President and CEO J.P. Nauseef. “Adding new jobs and investment at one of the region’s largest employers just shows the confidence and value Enerfab places in Ohio’s talented workforce and diverse economy.”

“We warmly welcome Enerfab to the City of Harrison,” said Mayor Ryan Grubbs. “Enerfab’s deep-rooted history in the region and commitment to Ohio make this expansion particularly meaningful. Their decision to grow here reflects the strong community values and economic vitality that make Harrison an ideal location for businesses. We look forward to the positive impact this expansion will have on our local economy and community.”


About Enerfab
Founded in 1901, Enerfab is an industry leader in providing fabrication, construction and maintenance services for the heavy industrial, power, chemical, food & beverage, data center, advanced manufacturing, and clean energy markets. Headquartered in Cincinnati, Enerfab is one of the fastest growing privately held companies in the area employing over 4,000 people across the Midwest, Eastern, Ohio Valley, and Great Lakes regions.  Enerfab is the nations’ leading employer of multi-craft union labor, which provides a significant advantage in the marketplace when it comes to scaling the business to handle mega projects across multiple industry segments. Learn more at

About REDI Cincinnati
The Regional Economic Development Initiative (REDI) Cincinnati is the first point-of-contact for companies locating or growing in the 15-county region at the heart of southwest Ohio, northern Kentucky, and southeast Indiana. REDI Cincinnati is supported by top business leaders and community partners and staffed by a team of economic development experts who are uniting the Cincinnati region to compete globally.

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About JobsOhio
JobsOhio, Ohio’s private nonprofit economic development corporation, enhances company growth and personnel development through business attraction, retention, and expansion across ten competitive industry sectors. With a team of seasoned professionals, JobsOhio utilizes a comprehensive network to foster talent production in targeted industries and attract talent through Find Your Ohio. Collaborating with seven regional partners, including Dayton Development Coalition, Lake to River Economic Development, Ohio Southeast Economic Development, One Columbus, REDI Cincinnati, Regional Growth Partnership, and Team NEO, JobsOhio delivers world-class customer service to provide companies with a competitive advantage. Learn more at Follow us on LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook.