State’s Plans For North Haven’s Quebecor Building Collapse

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Plans for move a company into the former Quebecor building have collapsed. Photo by Brian Dowling/bdowling@courant.com

Plans for move a company into the former Quebecor building have collapsed. Photo by Brian Dowling/bdowling@courant.com

My colleague Brian Dowling reports:

The state’s plans to locate a building materials manufacturer in the old Quebecor complex in North Haven have collapsed, but the company still intends to establish operations in Connecticut under the state’s “First Five” program.

The partnership between Australia-based Weeks Group and Arizona-based Diverse Systems Group fizzled out sometime since July, according to Kevin Weeks, managing director of the Weeks Group. And while his Arizona partner has since moved onto other opportunities, Weeks said his company plans to piece together the details of the economic development deal that almost unraveled with the international partnership.

Read Brian’s story here.

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