REPRINTED FROM THE REVIEW TIMES — Clouse Construction Corp. employees work at the TKC project site to revitalize the former Atlas Crankshaft facility on U.S. 23. An approximate 40-man crew is adding on approximately 15,000 square feet of area on top of the existing 300,000 square feet, Bruce Shook, project manager, said. The revitalization includes electrical, mechanical and fire suppressant upgrades. Following the approximately $10 million project, production is expected to start around the beginning of 2016, with the building being fully staffed around the start of spring, Shook added. NOX Corporation—a South Korean vinyl tile producer—announced its plans to move in the facility in mid-July, adding it will hire 50 employees.