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Construction Begins on Major Company Expansion in Burlington



Construction Begins on Major Company Expansion in Burlington

The ground has been broken on the construction of a new net-zero carbon/energy facility in Burlington.

Endress+Hauser’s new Customer Experience Centre will be located just steps from the company’s existing headquarters in Burlington – 1075 Sutton Dr.

The $28 million expansion will be two storeys tall and hopes to achieve the LEED – leadership in energy and environmental design – Gold certification standard, and to function on a net-zero carbon and net-zero energy basis.

According to a recent press release, “The new facility, planned for occupancy in the fall of 2020, will be a full-fledged customer experience centre featuring the company’s second process training unit (PTU) in Canada, as well as other world-class customer features such as a calibration laboratory, an expanded workshop and a large training centre.”

“Last week, I was delighted to attend the ground-breaking event for Endress+Hauser’s expanded business site in Burlington along with many of their employees, leadership team, and fellow local dignitaries,” said Burlington Mayor Marianne Meed Ward in a recent release. “Endress+Hauser has been a part of our city for almost three decades, creating 80 jobs in our community as a global leader in measurement instrumentation, services and solutions.”

Burlington will also be working with Endress+Hauser on a pilot program to leverage their expertise in Project Management and Lean Management to better understand how the city can support top employers to locate and grow.

“As you may know, the City of Burlington has declared a Climate Emergency, and we are developing a Climate Action Plan,” said Ward. “Seeing Endress+Hauser’s commitment to green initiatives through its dedication to achieve the LEED Gold certification standard and to function on a net-zero carbon and net-zero energy basis in this new build is inspiring, and we are proud to support them in this commitment.”

Photo courtesy of the city of Burlington.

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