State and regional subcontractors are clamoring to work for the new Boeing Dreamliner assembly plant in North Charleston.
The new plant’s contractor has now added a third meeting for subcontractors to find out more about how to work for them, providing everything from building the plant, providing temporary sanitation, concrete installation, fire protection, aerial photography, and jobsite office cleaning —to name a few.
The Carolinas Minority Supplier Development Council says they are planning 100 businesses from North Carolina and South Carolina are expected to attend Wednesday morning’s job information event at the Charleston County Public Services Building.
And while the infrastructure is in the planning stages, the Wall Street Journal reported this week that the 787’s maiden test flight could happen next week. Boeing’s newest North Charleston plant is set to begin production in 2011, with the first Dreamliner delivered sometime in 2012.