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Craig Bouchard, CEO of Braidy Industries Inc.

IdeaMensch In our world the most important quality to have, and the strongest most powerful emotion to have, is kindness. Chairman of the board and CEO of Braidy Industries Inc., Craig Bouchard, seems to have the Midas touch with every business enterprise he has ever encountered. Now, his goal is to change the economic face […]

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WSAZ Investigates: Building Braidy

By Chad Hedrick ASHLAND, Ky. (WSAZ) — They came with the promise that they were going to bring hundreds of high-paying jobs to a region that’s been hit hard by job loss. Now, those people who were left without work are waiting for Braidy Industries to open their doors. “This is a geographic area that […]

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Braidy Industries Says Aluminum Mill Project is Advancing

By FRED PACE The Herald-Dispatch ASHLAND – Braidy Industries says its $1.68 billion aluminum mill project in Eastern Kentucky is moving forward, according to what it called a fact sheet released by the company Tuesday in response to questions posed to it by news media. Braidy is seeking to raise a total of $500 million […]

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Big Picture Progress in the Tri-State

Our View The Ashland Alliance’s annual banquet on Thursday night was a great event for all the right reasons. We’ve been to many of these types of gatherings across the nation over the years. Some have true meaning. Some don’t. This one definitely had meaning because it highlighted actual, concrete momentum building in the economic […]

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Industrial Project Innovation Selected as Construction Manager for Braidy Industries’ Aluminum Rolling Mill in Kentucky

Facility will be the first technologically advanced Greenfield mill built in the U.S. in 35 years Industrial Project Innovation Oct 22, 2018 GREENVILLE, S.C., Oct. 22, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Braidy Industries, Inc. (Braidy Industries) has selected Industrial Project Innovation, LLC (IPI) to serve as construction manager for subsidiary Braidy Atlas LLC, a $1.6 billion aluminum […]

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$4M Grant Issued for EastPark Prep Work

The Herald-Dispatch ASHLAND — A $4 million grant to do site preparation work at the location of the proposed $1.68 billion Braidy Industries aluminum rolling mill was announced by Kentucky officials this week. The Abandoned Mine Lands pilot grant was awarded by the Kentucky Energy and Environment Cabinet’s Division of Abandoned Mine Lands to Northeast […]

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$4 Million to EastPark for Braidy Project

By MIKE JAMES A $4 million grant to the EastPark Industrial Center will help prepare the site of the planned Braidy Industries aluminum plant. The money will come from the Abandoned Mine Lands Pilot program, according to fifth district U.S. Rep. Hal Rogers, who unveiled the grant Wednesday at the industrial park. “The northeast region is […]

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Planning a Future Through Aluminum

The Messenger-Inquirer newspaper in Kentucky reported on a community forum held this week by Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin. At the event in Greenville, Bevin documented the important role aluminum can play in furthering the economy of the state of Kentucky. The newspaper quoted Bevin as saying: “There’s no state in America that has attracted more […]