The Project

A fire on May 6, 2012 destroyed United Wire Technologies‘ building in Cleveland, NY. They chose to stay in Oswego County because of the quality of life and available workforce. Financing and incentives made it a sound business decision.

A 14,400-square-foot building was found that gave them the space they needed and room to expand. During the renovation, care was taken to make the space as green as possible. UWT took this opportunity to acquire new state-of-the art equipment.

view of the manufacturing floor from the mezzanine at United Wire Technologies

Owners Jim, Don and Mike Ransom are proud of the fact that they used local companies and local labor during the renovation of their new facility.


$1.2 Million

Jobs Created


Jobs Retained


A Second Project

United Wire Technologies expanded in 2017 by adding 7,800 sf to their existing 14,400 sf building. They also purchased new equipment for their annealing process.



Jobs Created


Jobs Retained



"After a catastrophic fire, we received multiple offers to relocate our manufacturing facilities. We chose to stay and expand in Oswego County due to the superior quality of the workforce, overwhelming community support, and the responsive assistance from Operation Oswego County."

Jim Ransom