HVAC manufacturer and wholesaler Jackson Systems wrapped up construction at its Indianapolis headquarters in July.
The 20,000-square-foot expansion will increase office space, warehouse and training facilities.
Company officials say the expansion is a result of rapid growth over the last two years. Increased demand for the company's Comfort System zone-control products and the launch of a commercial division caused a shortage in office and training space.
"We are looking to the future and a long-term vision for Jackson Systems," said Tom Jackson, CEO. "As we continue to work with more contractors, provide more training on zone control and expand our commercial division, we wanted to have ample room to grow and have comfortable space for our employees."
Jackson Systems expands headquarters
September 1, 2006