Gray Interviewed by Reuters Regarding ‘Fiscal Cliff’
Stephen Gray, CEO of Gray, was quoted in a recent Reuters article discussing the views of American employers on the scheduled early 2013 tax hike and spending cuts. Executives are counting on the U.S. Congress to steer away from this but are prepared to act although most do not think it’s necessary as of yet. In the article, Stephen mentions, “If they do go off the fiscal cliff, I’ll immediately see my (sales) pipeline turn, and that’s what we base our hiring decisions on, but I don’t see that bothering me until after it happens. That may be a problem on January 2nd.” Read more of U.S. Employers Not Yet Rattled By ‘Fiscal Cliff.’
Gray, ranked 3rd among the U.S. Top Green Contractors in Manufacturing Plants Construction, has built numerous projects for international customers in the U.S. including Austal USA, BMW Manufacturing Corp., Flex Films (USA), Inc., Mitsubishi Power Systems Americas, Siemens Energy, Inc. and Volkswagen Group of America, Inc. The nationally ranked engineering, design and construction firm currently has several large projects, mostly located across the South, that are underway or recently completed including: a Caterpillar, Inc. manufacturing facility in Winston-Salem, North Carolina; a Caterpillar, Inc. manufacturing facility near Athens, Ga.; a Michelin Earthmover tire manufacturing plant in Starr, S.C.; and a Whirlpool plant in Cleveland, Tenn.
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