C&H Precision Breaks Ground on New Headquarters

by Braxton Taylor

C&H Precision recently broke ground on its new headquarters in Bryan County, GA, with CEO and founder Buck Holly along with the entire C&H Precision team welcoming hundreds of attendees and dignitaries to the site. The facility, located in the city of Richmond Hill, will span 50,000 square feet and create up to 60 jobs.

The C&H campus will include state-of-the-art manufacturing, indoor shooting ranges for the public and law enforcement, a retail store with Federal Firearms License, a sandwich and coffee shop and more. The 10-bay indoor shooting range will provide an arena for product testing and enhance the firm’s development efforts. The multi-use facility will also increase the company’s local community involvement.

“C&H Precision is more than just a brand or a company,” Holly said. “We prioritize community support, engagement and involvement. This is important to me because my family and I arrived here more than six years ago with nothing more than a small business and a dream. This is the area and community that welcomed us and allowed us to grow. This is where the people who joined our workforce and supported our dreams live, raise families and call home. Our employees are our lifeblood and are the reason we stand here today with such exciting and expansive plans.”

Dignitaries attending the groundbreaking included a U.S. Congressman, representative from the Governor’s office, state representatives and more. The cost of the project is estimated at $16 million. 

“Being able to announce this here in Bryan County and Richmond Hill means the world to us,” Holly said. “It is also not lost on us that so many political figures, economic development partners, vendors, fellow business owners and friends are here today and directly involved in what we’re building. I want to thank everyone who is here and who has helped us get to this point. We are just getting started.”

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