LaserWeld purchases manufacturing facility in Conroe Park North, plus two more business happenings in Conroe, Montgomery

LaserWeld purchased a manufacturing facility in Conroe Park North and will have the capacity to expand in the future. (Courtesy Archway Properties)
LaserWeld purchased a manufacturing facility in Conroe Park North and will have the capacity to expand in the future. (Courtesy Archway Properties)

LaserWeld purchased a manufacturing facility in Conroe Park North and will have the capacity to expand in the future. (Courtesy Archway Properties)

LaserWeld purchases manufacturing facility in Conroe Park North

LaserWeld, a sheet and plate metal fabricating company, has purchased a 71,750-square-foot manufacturing facility in Conroe Park North, according to a Nov. 2 news release from Archway Properties, a real estate company that developed the building. The new location at 3479 Pollok Drive, Conroe, will be LaserWeld's second location in Greater Houston.

The building was move-in ready at sale time, and the structure has the built-in capacity to expand to 129,250 square feet, according to the news release. The building was completed in 2017. 713-935-0815. www.laserweldinc.com

Amid pandemic, Live Oaks Senior Care to celebrate first anniversary in December

Live Oaks Senior Care, located at 115 Lone Star Bend, Montgomery, will celebrate its first anniversary in December. Shortly after its opening, the coronavirus pandemic hit, and the supply of personal protective equipment disappeared, according to a news release from Taylorized PR, a public relations firm. The facility remained in lockdown for seven months, per Gov. Greg Abbott's order, before it reopened for visitation in August.


As of early November, Live Oaks Senior Care has not reported a single case of COVID-19 among staff or residents, according to the news release. Now, the facility is screening and allowing escorted individual tours for potential new residents. The facility offers assisted living and memory care in a studio or a one- or two-bedroom floor plan, as well as a beauty shop, a cinema movie room, a library with internet, and a workout facility. 936-597-4140. www.liveoakseniorcare.com

Assisted Living Locators launches franchise serving Montgomery County

On Oct. 12, Assisted Living Locators announced the launch of its franchise in the northeast region of Greater Houston, serving Harris, Liberty. Chambers and Montgomery counties. The new franchise owners are Brent and Pauline Veazey, who are Conroe residents. Assisted Living Locators offers a free senior care placement and referral service for in-home companion care, independent retirement options, assisted living, memory care and skilled nursing. The service includes an online assessment tool, virtual consultations and online tours of senior communities. 281-691-6450. www.assistedlivinglocators.com/care-advisor/northeasthouston.com
By Eva Vigh
Eva Vigh joined Community Impact Newspaper in 2018 as a reporter for Spring and Klein. Prior to this position, she covered upstream oil and gas news for a drilling contractors' association.


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