Datalogix Plans A 20,000 Square Foot Expansion At Its Westminster, Colorado, Campus
The company said it is adding employees and space to accommodate the rapid growth of its business. "A company's offices reveal a lot about its personality, and we want our headquarters to foster our informal culture, with its emphasis on collaboration, creativity, and a healthy approach to the work environment," said Eric Roza, CEO of Datalogix. "In a typical day, our employees will be able to hop from a brainstorming meeting in a collaborative workspace to lunch in a cafe overlooking the Front Range to a free CrossFit class in our new rec room. We think this expansion will position Datalogix at the leading edge of innovative workspaces for Colorado companies with a design that encourages both professional and personal growth."
Datalogix has expanded aggressively in recent years, nearly doubling its workforce from 142 employees in March of 2011 to 276 employees today. The new headquarters will provide additional space for the company's continued rapid growth, the firm said. While increasing the size of Datalogix's headquarters by more than 50 percent, the project also will dramatically overhaul the company's offices.
Expansion will create more open and collaborative workspaces and incorporate designated communal areas for employees to work and socialize. Plans include building a new cafe with panoramic views of the Front Range and adding a recreation room for yoga, CrossFit and kick-boxing classes. The firm broke ground in late September, with the project expected to be complete by mid-2014. In addition to its Westminster headquarters, Datalogix has offices in Chicago, New York, Detroit, San Francisco and London.
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