Continental Control Systems Relocates To Longmont, Colorado
With a new facility of over 16,000 square feet, CCS was able to double its manufacturing space, office space and engineering development labs.
According to company officials, “while still close to Denver and the Denver airport, the new location also positions itself nicely between Colorado University, Boulder and Colorado State University, Ft. Collins.”
Continental’s new hub in Longmont, 15.6 miles northeast of Boulder and 38 miles north of Denver, is the home to nearly 3500 licensed businesses providing a new corporate location close to Front Range Community College, public transportation, as well as a variety of nearby restaurants and hotels.
“A long time resident of Boulder, after nearly 20 years in Boulder, CCS just needed more space, more resources and the convenient commuting that Boulder County provides,” said Kent Sabin, Director of Operations. “After a long search throughout the front range, Longmont appears to be the perfect location for our employees and for our growing company,” added Sabin.
Founded in 1995, Colorado-based Continental Control Systems specializes in electric power metering and monitoring equipment for the measurement of energy and power production and consumption.
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