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Germany-based Viega Builds Headquarters-Training Center In Broomfield, Colorado

Germany-based Viega, manufacturers of pipe fitting installation technology to the construction and plumbing industry, started construction on its new corporate headquarters and new training facility, near Denver, off Interlocken Boulevard in Broomfield, Colorado.

Situated on 11.8 acres, Viega’s Broomfield campus will be home to a state-of-the-art, 55,000-square-foot North American headquarters as well as a 24,000-square-foot training facility.

The new headquarters will be a Class A office building featuring a sweeping curved roof, a design inspired by Viega's innovative fittings. The new training facility is in addition to the company's existing training facility located in Nashua, New Hampshire, and will expand Viega's training capacity.

"We've received such a warm welcome in Colorado already and are excited to establish our new campus. Our new state-of-the-art headquarters and training center will provide a working environment that our colleagues and customers deserve and will highlight our innovative products," said David Garlow, CEO, Viega LLC. "The growth in this area shows no signs of slowing and there is a wealth of talent here that has already strengthened our team."

According to company officials, in metal press systems for industrial, commercial and residential projects, the company is the global market leader. At its new facility land use has been optimized to position the company for future growth and development at the site. Close proximity to the Denver International Airport will also make Viega more accessible to customers and partners.

Viega LLC employs nearly 600 people in North America, with a central manufacturing and distribution center in McPherson, Kansas, The company operates distribution centers in Nevada, Georgia and Pennsylvania, and a training facility in New Hampshire.

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