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Keystone Compliance Breaks Ground on New Building Addition

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Keystone Compliance Breaks Ground on New Building Addition.Keystone Compliance is proud to announce the start of construction of a 10,000 square foot building addition to its main building in New Castle, PA. The addition will increase the Company’s New Castle footprint to over 40,000 square feet.

The new building will host the expansion of both the environmental and EMC departments. The additional capacity will house new shakers and temperature/humidity chambers as well as new testing capabilities such as a blowing sand and dust chamber.

On the EMC side, a new three-meter anechoic test chamber will be constructed in the building, serving as the fourth three-meter chamber and eighth EMC chamber in New Castle. Keystone’s Durham, North Carolina lab has two three-meter EMC test chambers.

We are looking at the bulk of the work completed by September, assuming Mother Nature and the supply chain cooperate. Photos will be posted on our LinkedIn as progress is made.