N.C. Gov. Pat McCrory (right) talks to CPI founder and CEO Ken Gill (center) and U.S. Rep. Richard Hudson at the groundbreaking ceremony Friday at the company’s headquarters on Sandy Porter Road.
N.C. Gov. Pat McCrory (right) talks to CPI founder and CEO Ken Gill (center) and U.S. Rep. Richard Hudson at the groundbreaking ceremony Friday at the company’s headquarters on Sandy Porter Road. Athena Cao
N.C. Gov. Pat McCrory (right) talks to CPI founder and CEO Ken Gill (center) and U.S. Rep. Richard Hudson at the groundbreaking ceremony Friday at the company’s headquarters on Sandy Porter Road. Athena Cao

CPI breaks ground on headquarters expansion, will add 300 employees

August 07, 2015 06:50 AM

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