CRG announces proposal to expand its main campus creating 250 new full-time jobs

Cornerstone Research Group (CRG) announced a proposal to expand its current operations to a new facility while expecting to create 250 new jobs in the Dayton region, contingent upon the projects state and local incentives.  The TCA approved a 2.101 percent, nine-year Job Creation Tax Credit for this project.

The company’s expansion initiative would open new opportunities for a variety of high-skilled jobs in the Dayton region including software developers, aerospace engineers, electrical engineers, composite engineers, chemists, and manufacturing personnel.

“The rapidly evolving Department of Defense acquisition landscape is creating significant opportunity for Cornerstone Research Group and the Dayton region.  With multiple technology products progressing towards procurement, we are excited to work with the Dayton Development Coalition, JobsOhio, and partners throughout the state to rapidly develop and deliver new capabilities to the warfighter and contribute to the success of the Dayton region,” said Chris Hemmelgarn, Vice President of Strategic Development at Cornerstone Research Group.  “This new facility will allow us to expand our manufacturing footprint for advanced defense products and create more opportunity for the region.”

“The ground-breaking work Cornerstone Research Group supports and protects our nation’s military while attracting talented scientists and researchers who represent the innovative spirit of the Dayton Region,” said Dana A. Saucier, Jr., Vice President & Head of Economic Development for JobsOhio. “We look forward to working with Cornerstone as It brings 250 high-tech jobs to Dayton wile pioneering new technologies to support our armed forces.”

“Cornerstone Research Group represents a true Dayton Region success story. For over 20 years, their cutting-edge research has helped protect our military and defend American values across the globe,” said Amy Schrimpf, Project Manager and Government Relations Director for the Dayton Development Coalition. “Our region has had a critical role in our country’s defense for more than 100 years, and Cornerstone continues that strong tradition into the future. We’re thrilled they plan to continue to grow in the region and look forward to supporting them as their project moves forward.”

To learn more about open positions at Cornerstone Research Group, visit http://www.crgrp.com/careers/