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Marvin’s Infinity Windows Proposing $70 Million Plant in Kansas

Officials with the Unified Government of Wyandotte County/Kansas City, Kansas, are considering an incentive package for Infinity Windows LLC, a division of Marvin Windows and Doors, in connection with a 406,960-square-foot manufacturing facility at 9822 Leavenworth Road in the Scannell 435 Logistics Center in Kansas City. As first reported by the Kansas City Business Journal, the pultruded fiberglass manufacturing facility would sit on 56 acres and be operational by early 2024, employing 55 people in its first year and hiring 600 people over its first four years, with average annual salaries starting at $44,259, according to economic analyses prepared by Municipal Consulting LLC on behalf of Marvin for the Unified Government.

The proposed facility would represent a $70 million investment in land, construction, and equipment. On March 6, a Unified Government committee considered the company’s request for a $10.1 million local incentives package and Industrial Revenue Bonds, in an amount not to exceed $90 million for Infinity Windows.

Infinity Project response

Developers representative Gregg Fuerstenberg, vice president at commercial real estate company Jones Lang LaSalle, represented Marvin Windows at the Economic Development & Finance and Neighborhood & Community Development Standing Committee on behalf of the Infinity Project. “We evaluated 25 different sites in hundreds of communities for three years,” says Fuerstenberg. “Marvin makes 50-year investments in all their communities. They’re looking for a long-term partner in a new home … and creating 600 new manufacturing, fabrication, assembly, office, and leadership positions with really strong average wages from 2024 through 2027.”

“One of the things that I hope you’re noticing is that we’re looking for companies with good culture. It’s important to find companies that want to invest in Wyandotte County, that want to invest in our local residents, and want to invest in our local community college,” says Greg Kindle, president of the Wyandotte Economic Development Council. “Marvin is one of these types of companies … that want to be part of the community. With the [Marvin] team, [discussions were] largely about how do we work together to create the right kind of culture, the right kind of environment in which we can raise the median household income here in Wyandotte County and do things together in a better way. It isn’t just about a facility but a long-term investment that presents an opportunity for both our employee base and our [college] talent.”

About Infinity Windows

Infinity Windows is a division of Marvin Windows and Doors. Infinity Replacement Windows from Marvin was officially launched in October 2002 as Marvin’s replacement window line and focuses on high-quality fiberglass replacement windows.

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