Since that announcement the company set up temporary offices in Mt. Juliet at the Providence development but vacated the offices last week with the planning of the move to West Main Street in Lebanon.
Quinn said they are waiting on a “fast-track” infrastructure grant from the State of Tennessee and that process is taking a little longer than anticipated.
“We are chomping at the bit to get started. We want it done yesterday but sometimes the process doesn’t flow as quickly as you would like,” he added.
Construction has started on the 14,000 square foot area located just behind Java Joe’s Coffee Shop and the Super Goodwill Store.
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