Terex Utilities Expands Fabrication, Machining and Welding Capabilities in Huron

December 20, 2021

Watertown S.D.–Terex Utilities has begun expansion of its Huron, S.D. facility to increase capacity for fabrication, machining, and welding of core components for its aerial devices and digger derricks. The facility upgrade includes a 11,400 sq ft addition onto the existing building, investment in new machining and welding equipment, modernized ventilations systems, and remodeled office space. The project, managed by Terex Utilities, the design-build team ISG and McGough Construction, is expected to be completed by the end of 2022.

“With our new Watertown facility opening last year and this new expansion project in Huron – we are actively looking for strong team members to join our team,” said Tiara Marcus, Huron Operations Manager. “The investments made in our business help make Terex a leading, premiere employer of choice in South Dakota.”

The Huron facility manufactures key components used in Watertown to assemble aerial devices and digger derricks for the electric utility industry. “The Huron expansion enables Terex Utilities to increase vertical integration of its supply chain for the best lead time, flexibility, and lean inventory strategy of these key components, which include booms, turntables, and pedestals,” said Darryl Niven, Vice President and General Manager of Terex Utilities.