NASHUA, N.H. — Prudential Cleanroom Services hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony at its new cleanroom laundry processing facility here on June 28, the company reports.
The project is a 131,371-square-foot commercial laundry facility on a 14.23-acre tract. Prudential says it completed the first of three phases: building a one-story facility that includes offices, industrial space, employee areas and loading docks, with 136 parking spaces on-site for staff.
“This facility now provides over 85 well-paying jobs for the greater Nashua community and provides our customers with world-class cleanroom laundry services throughout the Northeast,” says Stefan Schurter, senior vice president of Prudential Cleanroom Services.
The ribbon-cutting ceremony included more than 120 attendees. Speakers included Schurter; Will Arvelo, director, New Hampshire Division of Economic Development (Department of N.H. Business and Economic Affairs); Mayor Jim Donchess, City Of Nashua; Tracy Hatch, president and CEO, Greater Nashua Chamber of Commerce; and Brad Schacherl, general manager of the Nashua facility.
“We are pleased to welcome Prudential Overall Supply to Nashua,” says Donchess. “Economic development is a top priority for Nashua.”
The first phase is a 70,091-square-foot building. The next phase will be a 45,000-square-foot section, and the last phase will be a 16,280-square-foot addition. The building will occupy 12.2 acres of the site once all phases are completed.
“We are very pleased to welcome Prudential Cleanroom Services to Nashua,” Arvelo says. “The capabilities it provides are vital to the many companies whose advanced manufacturing processes require high-tech industrial laundry services. We look forward to watching them grow and prosper in New Hampshire.”