C&H Precision Breaks Ground On New Georgia Headquarters

C&H Precision’s new $16 million headquarters in Richmond Hill, Ga., begins construction in March.

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posted on March 16, 2024
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C&H Precision recently broke ground on its new headquarters in Bryan County, Georgia, with CEO and founder Buck Holly, as well as the entire C&H Precision team welcoming attendees and dignitaries to the site. Located in the city of Richmond Hill, the new facility will span 50,000 square feet and create up to 60 jobs.
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C&H Precision has broken ground this month on its new home in Bryan County, Georgia.

CEO and Founder of C&H Precision, Buck Holly, along with the entire C&H Precision team welcomed hundreds of attendees, several state and local politicians, media members, area business leaders, law enforcement and first responders, business partners and others vital to C&H’s rapid rise to the site of the new headquarters.

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The new $16 million C&H facility in the city of Richmond Hill will span 50,000 square feet, create up to 60 jobs and become a place for the community to gather.

 

In plans released earlier, the C&H Precision campus will include state-of-the-art manufacturing, indoor shooting ranges for the public and law enforcement, a retail store (with Federal Firearms License), plus a sandwich and coffee shop and more.

This new facility will not only increase C&H Precision’s manufacturing and design capacity to support its growing business needs, but it will increase the company’s involvement and contributions to the local community.

More information about the company: “C&H Precision was founded in 2012 with the primary focus of machining and building custom precision rifles for competition, sport and hunting. In 2017, the business moved from Florida to its current location in Richmond Hill, Georgia. The founder, Buck Holly, was asked to design and create various parts to include optics adapter plates for pistols. He quickly realized the potential of these parts and began switching the business focus over to designing and manufacturing these adapter plates. Living at the facility so he could switch material in the machines at all hours of the night, he quickly grew the business; adding more machines, personnel and purchasing a second building to expand capabilities. C&H grew from about five employees in 2019 to more than 30 employees in 2022. It is now deeply intertwined with both the red-dot optic and pistol industries and is considered the gold standard for reliable, precision optics mounting hardware for pistols.”

The state-of-the-art expansion is designed to foster creativity and productivity, with offices and manufacturing facilities that will empower employees to enhance product quality and production efficiency. A 10-bay indoor shooting range will provide an arena for product testing and development opportunities. Finally, the Ground and Rounds Coffee Shop will be available to the public.

“C&H Precision is more than just a brand or a company,” Buck Holly, owner of C&H Precision 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.”

While Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp was unable to attend due to inclement weather, the groundbreaking ceremony boasted several speakers and was well-attended by the local community. Speakers included Buck Holly, Congressman Buddy Carter, C&H President Patrick Kisgen, TJ Hudson of Lt. Gov. Burt Jones’ office, Richmond Hill Mayor Russ Carpenter, Summer Beal of the Bryan County/Richmond Hill Chamber of Commerce, Lamar Smith of Smith Family Homes, State Representative Ron Stevens, Sean Register of the Development Authority Board and Bryan County Chairman Carter Infinger.

Local firm Felder & Associates Architecture was chosen for the early-stage design process. For the civil engineering efforts, Coleman Company Inc., of Savannah, Ga., was selected for the estimated $16 million project. West Construction has been chosen to handle the erection of the new headquarters.

“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.”

Learn more about C&H Precision at chpws.com.

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