CMI Limited Co. on Wednesday announced the relocation of its corporate office from Marietta to Woodstock. The company will move in December, officials said.

CMI is a manufacturer of boat dock materials, athletic field walls, pedestrian bridges and more that has operated from headquarters at 1165 Northchase Parkway, Marietta, east of Interstate 75 near Delk Road.

“Our partnership with Cherokee County started in the late ’90s with a modest investment in a leased manufacturing facility. CMI’s growth, along with Cherokee County’s support, then fueled a long-term commitment and major investment in a state-of-the-art greenfield manufacturing site in 2006,” said Duane Bryant, CEO of CMI Limited Co. “For over 20 years, Cherokee County has been our manufacturing home, where we have felt valued and supported by both the Cherokee County Board of Commissioners and the Cherokee Office of Economic Development. Moving our corporate team from Marietta to Woodstock puts us closer to our manufacturing operations and provides more opportunity to attract the county’s talent base and foster economic growth.”

CMI’s move will relocate 30 jobs to 8,000 square feet of new office space at the Fowler Crossing development off Ga. Highway 92.

“We have been proud to work with CMI over the years and are thrilled to have their headquarters moving to Woodstock. It’s a testament to our business brand and our quality workforce,” COED Chairman Marshall Day said.

“We are striving to recruit additional corporate jobs to Woodstock for our residents, and we welcome CMI to our city,” said Brian Stockton, Woodstock Economic Development Director.

Bryant said, “CMI is committed to continued growth of our business and our relationship with both the county commissioners and the Cherokee Office of Economic Development. We look forward to supporting the advancement of Woodstock and Cherokee County while bringing future jobs and increased value to the residents of the community.”

To learn more about CMI Limited Co., visit

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