Trimble Opens New Campus in Westminster
By Gabriel Circiog, Associate Editor
Trimble has officially opened its new campus in Westminster, Colorado. Jefferson County Commissioners Faye Griffin, Donald Rosier and Casey Tighe, Westminster Mayor Nancy McNally and Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper attended the ceremony. “We welcome Trimble and its 475 employees to their new Westminster Campus,” said Gov. Hickenlooper. “Colorado’s business-friendly environment makes our state a natural fit for international technology and services companies. Our location and talented high-tech workforce is building on Colorado’s reputation as an international hub for business.”
Located at 10368 Westmoor Drive, Trimble’s new campus features a 125,000-square-foot, four-story building on 15 acres in the Westmoor area. The new facility currently houses 475 employees and has enough space to accommodate up to 570 in the future. The staff at the new campus focuses on marketing, testing and applications engineering in the construction, surveying, agriculture and mapping & geographic information system (GIS) markets.
The general contractor of the project was Denver-based JE Dunn Construction and the building was designed by Boulder-based OZ Architecture. “Our partnership with Trimble was a natural one for us as Trimble and JE Dunn have a shared focus on driving results through technology, fostering collaboration and lean practices,” said Terry Dunn, JE Dunn president and CEO.
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