MAVERICK Technologies Breaks Ground for New Headquarters
COLUMBIA, Ill., May 17, 2007 — MAVERICK Technologies, a next-generation engineering, systems integration and operational consulting firm, broke ground yesterday at the site of its new corporate headquarters in Columbia, Ill. The proposed two-story building will span 35,000 square feet and offer state-of-the-art facilities for research and development. Move-in is scheduled for Dec. 1, 2007.
“The new, high-tech building is the perfect representation of who we are as a global leader,” said Paul Galeski, P.E., CAP, CEO and founder, MAVERICK Technologies. “The relocation will give us the room we need to continue to grow right here in Columbia. It was important for all of us to stay here because our business and our families are an integral part of this community.”
Key features of the new building include a learning center, collaboration rooms, three simulation labs and a hardware integration facility, allowing MAVERICK to extensively test and thoroughly implement proven solutions for all its clients. The building will also provide space for a large boardroom, seven conference rooms, 30 offices and more than 80 workspaces.
“The ability to support project team collaboration during design and development, as well as to provide dedicated facilities for testing and simulation processes, will help us deliver superior quality for our clients. The new building also gives us the opportunity to easily explore new technologies and ideas in automation,” said Kevin Rhoades, P.E., PMP, Vice President of Quality.
The new building is just the latest in a series of recent expansions and announcements demonstrating MAVERICK’s continued growth. The company recently opened new offices in Chicago and Detroit, augmenting its network of more than 30 domestic and international facilities, and also announced several large project wins.
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