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Rhode Island’s Quonset Business Park has achieved a significant milestone by surpassing 14,000 jobs, exceeding the goal of 13,000 jobs that was set just 15 months ago. Governor Dan McKee praised the park as a key driver of economic activity and job growth in the state, attributing its success to strategic investments that attract new companies and generate employment opportunities for local residents.

The growth in job numbers at Quonset can be attributed to several factors, including upgrades and expansion at the Port of Davisville. These improvements are expected to preserve 1,600 existing jobs and create hundreds of new ones in Rhode Island and Connecticut. Plans are also underway to invest in the Port of Davisville expansion, upgrades, and the wind farm cable project, which will further boost economic growth in the region.

House Speaker K. Joseph Shekarchi described Quonset Business Park as a vibrant economic center and commended its leadership for achieving the milestone of 14,000 jobs. Senate President Dominick Ruggerio also expressed support for the park’s rapid expansion, highlighting its reputation as one of the top Business Parks in the nation.

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