HEBER CITY, Utah - MIRO Industries, Inc. and Rooftop Anchor, Inc. have moved their corporate headquarters to a new 30,000 square foot manufacturing facility in Heber City, Utah. The new manufacturing facility will house engineering, sales, service, factory and administrative staff and include custom metal fabrication, product manufacturing, product testing and shipping.

Rooftop Anchor is a new, rapid growth entry in the design, manufacturing, testing and installation of commercial fall protection equipment. The new finished facility will employ 30-40 workers by the end of 2011. “The location and the quality of the local workforce were key points in our decision to purchase this property in Heber,” said Nate Sargent, president of both MIRO Industries and Rooftop Anchor.

“MIRO Industries and Rooftop Anchor’s collective investment in Heber says a lot about this areas strengths. We have an excellent workforce, competitive business climate, and a strong desire to work with businesses that create jobs,” said David Phillips, honorable Mayor of Heber City, Utah. Part of the catalyst for this project were the federal stimulus funds available through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act whose goals include promoting small business in historically underutilized business zones. “Companies like MIRO and Rooftop Anchor will be the future for economic development in Heber City and Wasatch County” said Utah House Representative Kraig Powell who represents the 54th district.

MIRO Industries and Rooftop Anchor will be holding an open house for their new facility (844 South 430 West, Heber City) on Nov. 8 from 11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. For more information visit www.miroind.com/ or www.rooftopanchor.com/.