OnLogic Builds Burlington, Vermont, Global Headquarters
The company said it has outgrown their current 36,000 square foot high tech facility in Meadowlands Park, which was previously expanded in 2014. Energy management and sustainability are integral to the design, with items like rooftop solar arrays and EV charging stations being considered during this planning stage. The company hopes to break ground in the first half of 2022.
"When we expanded the current building in Vermont, we expected it to sustain our growth for at least 10 years, but we've scaled at a faster rate than even we anticipated," says OnLogic Co-Founder and Executive Chair Roland Groeneveld. "The new facility will accommodate our growing production needs while also providing our Vermont-based team with an environment that will foster continued innovation."
The planned $50 Million project will house manufacturing, warehousing, testing facilities and all other business operations to support the production of the company's small form factor, industrial computers.
"The recent local recognition wouldn't be possible without the incredible group of individuals all over the world who create an exceptional customer experience and products every single day," said OnLogic CEO, Sean Larkin. "From making sure our team members were cared for during the pandemic, and that communications remained effective during periods of remote and hybrid work, to staying on top of global supply challenges, our team is amazing, and is the reason we're planning for continued growth."
In addition to the new facility in Vermont, OnLogic will soon open an office in Cary, North Carolina. The company also has plans to double the size of their European office this year and significantly grow their Engineering and Supply Chain teams in Malaysia and Taiwan.
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