Dark Threat Fabrication expands operations to Heber Springs, Arkansas



Dark Threat Fabrication, a one-stop, full-service metal fabricator, will expand its facilities in Cleburne County, Arkansas. The $7.65 million project is expected to create 75 jobs over the next five years.

The company will add an additional 32,000 square feet to its Heber Springs operations, allowing it to increase capacity and increase sales to current and potential customers. Construction is expected to begin within three to six months and be completed in the fourth quarter of 2022.

“We are blessed to have the opportunity to live and work in such a beautiful state,” said Andrew Roberson, company owner and chief engineer. “Our commitment to providing first-class metal fabrication services to our customers is reflected in the products and solutions we provide. We look forward to further growth through our willingness to embrace new technologies while providing an inviting work environment. »

Founded in 2013, Dark Threat Fabrication provides engineering, laser cutting, metal forming, powder coating and welding services for the metals industry.

“The jobs created by Dark Threat Fabrication will increase economic opportunity for families in Cleburne County,” Commerce Secretary Mike Preston said. “I would like to thank the company for their faith in the North Central Arkansas workforce as well as their strong ties to the Heber Springs community.”

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