Lewis County business announces expansion

JANE LEW, W.Va. — A Lewis County excavation and site development company will add 70 new jobs.

Doss Enterprises earned the praise of Del. Patrick Martin (R-Lewis, 46) for the decision to add equipment operators, CDL drivers, pipeline workers, mechanics, safety technicians, field supervisors, skilled laborers and clerical staff.

“I want to thank Doss Enterprises for investing in West Virginia and its workers,” Delegate Martin said. “This investment is the latest sign that our economy is improving, with job creators recognizing the positive changes we have made to improve our business climate.”

Doss Enterprises specializes in construction and development of well pads, compressor station pads, slip repair, road upgrades, poly pipeline, water truck hauling, and soil stabilization.

The new positions will be based out of the company’s Jane Lew location, with work to be performed primarily in north central West Virginia and southern Pennsylvania.

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