Manufacturing & Contracting
Innovative solutions and cutting-edge technologies continue to propel in the manufacturing and government contracting sector.
To speak with someone about growing your manufacturing or contract business in the Morgantown area, please contact us via email or at (304) 292-3311.
SustainU was started by ordinary people looking to make a more authentic and honest garment and with an understanding of how important conserving our planet’s limited resources is. This Morgantown company is a pioneer in utilizing recycled fabric and other unique resources to create clothing that is both durable and comfortable. Following strictly adhered to processes, SustainU is able to save millions of gallons of chemicals, petroleum, water and CO2 emissions.
The company is also pleased to help reinvigorate the manufacturing sector and is proud to be “American-made” at each stage of production. For SustainU, there is no settling for cheap overseas labor which always comes at a much higher hidden cost.
FCX Systems opened in Morgantown in 1985 and has grown to be an industry leader, servicing companies like Northrop Grumman, Boeing, Lockheed Martin, and airports and militaries around the world. FCX produces frequency converters and diesel ground power units which they’ve delivered and installed on every continent and in more than 75 countries across the globe. FCX has earned numerous awards, industry accolades and a stellar reputation-all from its strategic location in Morgantown.
City Neon has been in operation in Morgantown since 1952 and officially incorporated in 1963. Its founder, Earl “Bud” Atkins, grew the business from a small building to a custom sign shop. The company diversified its service and product lines over the years which have grown from just sign work to include pump and tank work, cranes and real estate development from City Neon, City Crane, and Commercial Land Development (CLD). The companies are run by Atkins’ daughter (City Neon and CLD) and son (City Crane), and are still going strong after more than 50 years in business in Morgantown.