Freemasons have performed cornerstone ceremonies on civil buildings, churches, schools and government buildings.
Davis recommended a plaque be used for the cornerstone piece, instead.
We are sure that Modula will have a good impact in the local community of Franklin, and we are excited to start our new adventure there.
We are willing to invest in the rich, dynamic, and skilled human capital of this region, able to work in an Industry 4.
After considering other locations, Modula found that the 5000 Commerce Center Drive building in Franklin met all of its needs for both manufacturing and logistics, which led to the company locating both operations in the building.
We look forward to a long-lasting partnership where together we can make Franklin a better place to live, work and play,” said Sonny Lewis, Franklin City Manager.
Mayor Todd Hall added, “On behalf of the City of Franklin, I would like to take this opportunity to welcome Modula into our City.
We are thrilled to have you.
The company also credited the efforts of the previous owner, Certa LLC, in maintaining the building and keeping it move-in ready.
The site offers Modula capacity for future expansion. I actually want to know how so much news is collected, produced and disseminated.
Factors that influenced these ratings include building design, construction, exterior spaces, and amenities.
The cornerstone was the first stone placed above ground.
Oftentimes, the cornerstone is found in the northeast corner of a building.
Davis said cornerstone ceremonies were conducted before Iowa even achieved its statehood in 1846.
The project also received local support from the Warren County Port Authority.
In partnership with the European American Chamber of Commerce, the project represents ongoing efforts by REDI Cincinnati to attract foreign investment to the Greater Cincinnati region.
This iconic location will provide a great home and room for future growth as Modula joins the Warren County business community.
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