Yesterday, Daikin McQuay announced plans to invest $9.2 million to expand its facility in Augusta County, creating 50 new jobs.
A subsidiary of Fortune 1000 company Daikin Industries, Daikin McQuay is the largest HVAC and refrigeration company in the world. The company designs flexible HVAC solutions for commercial, industrial and institutional markets with a focus on high energy efficiency.
The expansion will allow the company to better serve its global customers through the addition of a testing area to demonstrate the performance of its products using a variety of metrics.
Daikin McQuay has found success in Augusta County for almost 60 years, tapping into the engineering and technical expertise of the local workforce. The center of the company’s industrial chiller operation is located at the Augusta County facility.
Governor McDonnell met with company officials during his Asia Marketing Mission in 2011, as well as during marketing trips to New York in 2011 and 2012 to tout Virginia’s premier business environment.
The Commonwealth continues to attract global leaders like Daikin McQuay due to Virginia’s unique combination of assets, which include a high-tech workforce, world-class logistics network, and competitive operating costs. To learn more, click here.