Baldoni Investment Group purchases property in Scott Technology Park


Clarks Summit-based Baldoni Investment Group LLC purchased 3.54 acres of land on Life Science Drive in Scott Technology Park for the construction of an 8,000 to 10,000 square foot office and warehouse facility for Concrete Countertop Solutions Inc. The company plans to create 20 new jobs within the next three years. It was incorporated in 2008 and manufactures and sells decorative concrete products. At the park following the July 30 property closing with Scranton Lackawanna Industrial Building Company (SLIBCO) and The Scranton Plan, from left, Ken Okrepkie, president of SLIBCO; Andrew Skrip, vice president of industrial development, Greater Scranton Chamber of Commerce; Ed Baldoni, president, Baldoni Investment Group LLC; Robert Durkin, president, Greater Scranton Chamber of Commerce and executive vice president, SLIBCO; and Amy Luyster, assistant vice president, The Scranton Plan.


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Clarks Summit-based Baldoni Investment Group LLC purchased 3.54 acres of land on Life Science Drive in Scott Technology Park for the construction of an 8,000 to 10,000 square foot office and warehouse facility for Concrete Countertop Solutions Inc. The company plans to create 20 new jobs within the next three years. It was incorporated in 2008 and manufactures and sells decorative concrete products. At the park following the July 30 property closing with Scranton Lackawanna Industrial Building Company (SLIBCO) and The Scranton Plan, from left, Ken Okrepkie, president of SLIBCO; Andrew Skrip, vice president of industrial development, Greater Scranton Chamber of Commerce; Ed Baldoni, president, Baldoni Investment Group LLC; Robert Durkin, president, Greater Scranton Chamber of Commerce and executive vice president, SLIBCO; and Amy Luyster, assistant vice president, The Scranton Plan.

Clarks Summit-based Baldoni Investment Group LLC purchased 3.54 acres of land on Life Science Drive in Scott Technology Park for the construction of an 8,000 to 10,000 square foot office and warehouse facility for Concrete Countertop Solutions Inc. The company plans to create 20 new jobs within the next three years. It was incorporated in 2008 and manufactures and sells decorative concrete products. At the park following the July 30 property closing with Scranton Lackawanna Industrial Building Company (SLIBCO) and The Scranton Plan, from left, Ken Okrepkie, president of SLIBCO; Andrew Skrip, vice president of industrial development, Greater Scranton Chamber of Commerce; Ed Baldoni, president, Baldoni Investment Group LLC; Robert Durkin, president, Greater Scranton Chamber of Commerce and executive vice president, SLIBCO; and Amy Luyster, assistant vice president, The Scranton Plan.
http://theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_ABJ-Baldoni.jpgClarks Summit-based Baldoni Investment Group LLC purchased 3.54 acres of land on Life Science Drive in Scott Technology Park for the construction of an 8,000 to 10,000 square foot office and warehouse facility for Concrete Countertop Solutions Inc. The company plans to create 20 new jobs within the next three years. It was incorporated in 2008 and manufactures and sells decorative concrete products. At the park following the July 30 property closing with Scranton Lackawanna Industrial Building Company (SLIBCO) and The Scranton Plan, from left, Ken Okrepkie, president of SLIBCO; Andrew Skrip, vice president of industrial development, Greater Scranton Chamber of Commerce; Ed Baldoni, president, Baldoni Investment Group LLC; Robert Durkin, president, Greater Scranton Chamber of Commerce and executive vice president, SLIBCO; and Amy Luyster, assistant vice president, The Scranton Plan. Submitted photo
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