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Nuclear Submarine Company Moves into the Grand Valley

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Updated: Wed, 08 Jan 2014 10:30:55 MST

GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. - A nuclear submarine building company formally announced it's buyout of an energy company with ties to Grand Junction.

  

Executives from Huntington Ingalls Industries met at CMU to discuss acquisitions of S.M Stoller Corporation.

  

As of now, both parties said nothing will be different at the two local Stoller offices in Grand Junction, but current employees will have more chances to move in the future.

 

“I can see the S.M. Stoller Corporation doing work within the shipyard for me,” said Corporate Vice President for Huntington Ingalls Industries Matt Mulherin. “There's huge opportunities, back and forth.”

  

The buyout has just been made final on January 2nd after six months of paperwork.

  

Stoller Corporation's 650 workers will now be a part of Huntington Ingalls 4500 engineer workforce, said Mulherin.

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