Breaking Ground on Georgetown Jobs 

Williamson County and Georgetown officials broke ground February 23 on a CelLink Corporation manufacturing facility that will be located between I-35 and State Highway 130 in Georgetown. CelLink manufactures flexible circuits used in electric vehicles and battery storage units and will complete the nearly 300,000-square-foot building in June in the Gateway35 Commerce Center, an industrial park by Titan Development. 

“We are excited to see Georgetown become part of the growing electric vehicle and energy storage industries,” Mayor Josh Schroeder says. “Companies like CelLink and industrial park developers like Titan will strengthen the economic foundation of our community, bringing sales tax revenue, creative talent, and good jobs to our city.”

The facility is expected to create up to 2,000 high-tech jobs in the next decade, making CelLink one of the largest private sector employers in the city. The project’s investment is estimated to be at $130 million in five years. “Williamson County is becoming known as a hub for technology and innovation due to our highly skilled and educated workforce,” County Judge Bill Gravell says. “Having another world-class project land in our county reinforces our desire to bring good paying, exceptional employment opportunities to our residents.”