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community is aware it’s [having Centu-ryLink] a wonderful thing and that we all need to do everything we can to make sure the management and the employees are happy.” ProEnergy Services Sedalia, Missouri Depot, which is a state-of-the-art service center for aeroderivative gas turbine en-gines, and a manufacturing operation dedicated to the assembly of turbine en-gine driven packages; a 225,000-square-foot warehouse that will be used to store engines, turbines and component parts; and a new business complex. “This major expansion by a dynamic Missouri business is a significant step forward for our economy,” Missouri Governor Jay Nixon said when the pro-ject was announced. “ProEnergy’s plans to create hundreds (Continued on page 82) ProEnergy Services, headquartered in Sedalia, Missouri, is creating more than 300 new jobs and making a capital in-vestment of $25.7 million in its facilities in the Sedalia area over the next three years. ProEnergy was founded in 2002 with the goal of providing cost-effective, safe and reliable service to the energy indus-try. The company was relocated to Sedalia in 2006 by its President and CEO Jeff Cannon, a Missouri native. The company’s areas of service in-clude operations and maintenance, field services, technical services, equipment and parts, turbine services, renewable en-ergy services, controls solutions and high-voltage services. Its substantial new projects at its head-quarters include a new 110,000-square-foot facility that will house an Aero TRADEANDINDUSTRYDEV . COM | 81

Bannock Development Corporation

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