Local Powhatan business Lignum Vitae North America building 13,000 sq. ft. building to expand it's growing operation fabricating water-lubricated industrial strength bearings made of lignum vitae wood.
Classic Granite & Marble, a natural stone fabrication and installation company, plans to build a new headquarters in Powhatan County, according to a news release from Glen Allen-based Commonwealth Commercial Partners.
Powhatan business gets accepted in the Virginia Economic Development Partnership VALET program for international trade to help with research into possible international markets.
Powhatan County is seeing a construction boom as several projects are continuing or are just getting underway. The county is experiencing a steady increase from what it was experiencing during the recession.