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Bell to spend $240 million on Fort Worth complex

Bell Helicopter says it will spend $240 million in the next three to four years to build a new office building and training academy at its east Fort Worth headquarters complex and relocate hundreds of employees who now work at Alliance Airport and other area locations.

Bell officials say the facilities expansion and consolidation is part of a larger $1 billion, four-year plan to improve the company's public face, strengthen its product lineup and install modern machines and technologies for the future.

"We're rebuilding Bell," said Robert Hastings, Bell's senior vice president of communications and government affairs.

- Bob Cox



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