Andersen Windows to open new manufacturer in Locust Grove

New Facility to Create 900 Jobs

Photo showing the exterior of an Anderson Windows manufacturing facility (The Opus Group photo).
Andersen Windows will be opening a new manufacturing facility in Locust Grove, GA. (The Opus Group photo)

Anderson Windows will be opening a new manufacturing plant in Locust Grove. The company’s full-service window replacement division, Renewal by Andersen, will operate the facility with capacity to expand in future years to support other Andersen products.

Andersen will invest more than $420 million and create 900 jobs at their new location. Construction will begin this year with operations beginning in 2025. The announcement represents the largest economic development project to date in Henry County history.

About Andersen Windows

Andersen Corporation and its subsidiaries operate more than 20 manufacturing and distribution facilities in North America. They have an industry-leading portfolio of window and door products serving customers across the new residential, light commercial, home improvement, and remodeling segments. The Renewal by Andersen division manufactures, sells, and installs an exclusive replacement window solution to customers across the United States.

The new Renewal by Andersen facility will be located at The Cubes at Locust Grove. It will be the company’s first manufacturing facility in Georgia, joining a distribution center in Douglasville and a company office in Marietta. The Cubes at Locust Grove is located off Price Drive west of I-75. The city rezoned the property for future industrial development in 2019.

Bethlehem Road Interchange

When complete, the new Bethlehem Road interstate exit will provide nearby access to the manufacturing facility. The exit is tentatively looking to start construction in 2025. A public open house — sharing an updated concept layout for the new exit — is now available (March 2023 update).

Portions of this article reprinted from the Governor’s press release. Featured image shows an Andersen facility in Arizona. The Opus Group photo.

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