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Above, Kenneth V. Carlin, Edwards, uses a nail gun while working on an addition to Frazer Computing, 6196 U.S. Route 11, Canton. The $450,000 project will add 4,800 square feet to the company’s headquarters. Inset, a company sign is hoisted into place in 2010 after the software firm relocated to the 7-acre site from the Canton Masonic Temple. Photo by Jason Hunter/Watertown Daily Times

Frazer Computing expansion

Location: 6196 Route 11, Canton

Size: 4,800 square feet on a seven-acre site

Cost: $450,000

Architect/Designer: Rebecca N. Weld, Renew Architecture and Design, Potsdam

Estimated completion:  Spring 2013

Local jobs: About a dozen construction jobs. Frazer Computing Owner Michael J. Frazer said the expansion will help to accommodate the company’s growth and expectation to hire between five and 10 new employees in 2013. “We’re growing like crazy,” Mr. Frazer said. “Our existing building will be overflowing with employees before we can get this addition built.”