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Green builder seeking new mega-factory sites

S2A, creators of the world’s first electrically self-sustaining, custom luxury homes and smart commercial buildings, has launched a nationwide search for locations to build eight MegaFactory facilities.

“With two S2A MegaFactories already under construction, we’re immensely excited to begin the process of selecting eight additional sites to build our next eight facilities – which will create hundreds of jobs and help stimulate local, regional and state economies,” said John Rowland, president and co-founder of S2A.


“Electrically self-sufficient and smart #GreenLux residences and commercial buildings have created a wave of excitement globally – driving a future that’s no longer reliant on old and antiquated energy grids, costly and slow construction techniques, old property value models and high energy bills.

‟The demand from real estate developers and customers is massive – and we look forward to bringing our manufacturing facilities to various regions that would benefit from both a MegaFactory, as well as the new homes and commercial buildings constructed there.”

S2A is engaging cities and municipalities with designated business development programs designed to incentivize and streamline the process for growing companies.

Several cities across the country have created programs designed to attract corporations of all sizes by offering tax incentives, streamlined permitting, grants, special real estate programs and other benefits to help speed up development efforts.

The S2A MegaFactory and its workforce are at the center of the company’s proprietary construction method that produces structures in a fraction of the time it takes to build a traditional site-built building.

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